Ducati Scrambler 1100 India Price To Be Rs 11.50 Lakhs. The launch is set to happen on August 8
Italian giants Ducati has flaunted three variants of its new flagship Scrambler 1100 model at this year’s EICMA show held in Milan this week, and we are here to let you guys know about all the details on these three newly launched premium motorcycles. Something which is set to happen in the Indian market on 8’th August. With the new Ducati Scrambler 1100, the conventional bike will be now available in two more flavors. The Ducati Scrambler 1100 Special and the top of the range Ducati Scrambler 1100 Sport for the upcoming 2018 model year. The Rs 11.50 lakh price tag is for the base variant
All three variant are powered by the oil and air-cooled 1,078 cc L-twin engine from the very old but venerated Ducati Monster 1100. The motor is produces 84 PS as against the 68 PS of power from the smaller 803 cc Scrambler engine. The Scrambler 1100 models get Bosch’s cornering ABS as standard fitment, dual 320 mm disc brakes up front, mated to Brembo callipers and a hydraulic clutch has finally made it.
Well,this is a good news for buyers as Ducati has also added 10-level traction control to the new Scrambler 1100 model, with ride by wire throttle and a retro looking LED headlight which looks same as its predecessor. The Ducati Scrambler continues to get the Pirelli MT60 RS tires with an 18-inch wheel upfront and a 17-inch at the rear. Talking about the differences among the three Scramblers we have tried to study the variations between the three. There is a bit change in the speedometer as there is an additional screen glued in a manner to make it look flush.
The weight for the bottom and Sport model Ducati Scrambler 1100 is at 203 kgs, whereas the Ducati Scrambler 1100 Special is a bit heavier, 210 kgs on the curb. Alloy wheels are featured on the Ducati Scrambler 1100, whereas spoked wheels comes on the Scrambler 1100 special which helps it to add on weight, while the Ducati Scrambler Sport options lighter weight alloy wheels.
Suspension duties on the base and the Special models are carried out by Marzocchi adjustable forks and a Kayaba shock (preload and rebound settings solely). The Sport variant uses Ohlins suspension, entrance and rear. All three models come with a 24-month warranty and 7,500 mile service intervals. Out of the four motorcycles being launched in 2018, it is the Monster 821 that came first and now this, the Scrambler 1100.
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