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Ducati Scrambler Latest Updates

Ducati has launched the 2019 Scrambler range in India. It consists of the Scrambler Icon (Rs 7.89 lakh), Full Throttle (Rs 8.92 lakh), Cafe Racer (Rs 9.78 lakh) and Desert Sled (Rs 9.93 lakh) (all prices ex-showroom, India). With the new updates, the bikes also carry a price premium over their predecessors. The Scrambler Icon is now Rs 56,000 dearer, while the Full Throttle and Cafe Racer are Rs 38,000 more expensive and the Desert Sled now costs 43,000 more.

For 2019, the bikes retain their original silhouette but gets cosmetic updates for a more modern look. The ergonomics have been updated with a new, more comfortable seat while the new suspension setup has been tuned for more comfort. While the 803cc air-cooled motor remains unchanged, you now have a hydraulic clutch that reduces clutch lever effort significantly. You also get new switchgear, adjustable levers, optional Ducati Multimedia System and an updated instrument console that now includes a gear position indicator and fuel gauge. The biggest update though is the inclusion of cornering ABS.

Ducati Scrambler Price

The price of Ducati Scrambler starts at Rs. To Be Announced and goes upto Rs. 9.78 lakh. Ducati Scrambler is offered in 5 variants - Icon Red, Icon Dark, Icon Yellow, Full Throttle and the top variant Scrambler Cafe Racer which comes at a price tag of Rs. 9.78 lakh.

Ducati Scrambler Variants Price List

Scrambler Icon Red
803 cc | 20 kmpl
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Scrambler Icon Dark
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Scrambler Icon Yellow
803 cc | 20 kmpl
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Scrambler

Q. Is Scrambler the correct bike for daily use in Mumbai traffic
  • Ducati Scrambler is a good looking motorcycle, and it’s a lot of fun to ride, for short bursts around town or even the occasional weekend tour to the nearest twisties in the hills, if you’re so inclined. If you’re fashion conscious, or you are particular about making a style statement with your ride, the Scrambler is the perfect bike for you. Do take a test ride in order to pick one.
  • In bumper to bumper traffic the bikes heat will become a problem. If there won't be much traffic it is ideal
  • I don't know what it's like to ride there but it's good in slow or quick traffic with a good pick up very nippy and easy to handle. 👍
Q. How much is the service cost - Scrambler?
  • My service costs average around 7k. Any replacement parts like brake pads etc are additional.
  • For the service cost, we suggest you to cantact you nearest Ducati dealership. Please click the given link and select your respected city as well. https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Ducati
  • https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Ducati " data-repliedtouser="Zigwheels" > $$$$$
Q. Hi, i had Bonneville T100 ,but i had to sell it because of brake pedal issue, the reason is i have ankle pain so i used to get bad ankle pain after riding the bike, so i need a bike with forward brake pedal kindly guide me i have Ducati scrambler on my mind. Please suggest.
  • The scrambler foot rests are also under the rider, not forward controls like the ducati xdiavel. In any case, you probably should be using the front wheel brakes much more and the foot brake only at parking speeds.
  • The foot pegs on the Scrambler are further rear set in comparison to the T100, which has a more neutral ergonomic setup. So if you are looking for a forward set footrest, we would suggest you opt for a cruiser like the Kawasaki Vulcan 650.
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Q. How much is the service cost - Scrambler?
  • My service costs average around 7k. Any replacement parts like brake pads etc are additional.
  • For the service cost, we suggest you to cantact you nearest Ducati dealership. Please click the given link and select your respected city as well. https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Ducati
  • https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Ducati " data-repliedtouser="Zigwheels" > $$$$$
Q. Hi, i had Bonneville T100 ,but i had to sell it because of brake pedal issue, the reason is i have ankle pain so i used to get bad ankle pain after riding the bike, so i need a bike with forward brake pedal kindly guide me i have Ducati scrambler on my mind. Please suggest.
  • The scrambler foot rests are also under the rider, not forward controls like the ducati xdiavel. In any case, you probably should be using the front wheel brakes much more and the foot brake only at parking speeds.
  • The foot pegs on the Scrambler are further rear set in comparison to the T100, which has a more neutral ergonomic setup. So if you are looking for a forward set footrest, we would suggest you opt for a cruiser like the Kawasaki Vulcan 650.
  • How about harley Street rod 750 Iron 883
Q. Does Ducati Scrambler have cornering ABS & can it take regular fuel or only 95 octane?
  • Ducati Scrambler range comes with cornering ABS as standard and in order to know the correct fuel option we\'d suggest you walk into the nearest authorized service centre as they will be the better person to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms
  • The 2019 Scrambler does have cornering ABS, and it can take regular fuel. 95/97 octane not required.
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Ducati Scrambler User Reviews

4.6 /5
10 Rating & 3 reviews
  • Performance
    5.0/5
  • Comfort
    4.8/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.8/5
  • + 2 more
  • Maintenance Cost
    3.8/5
  • Mileage
    4.6/5

Preferred For : Tours

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  • 4.2

    2016 Red Icon. Just a lot of fun to ride! Light, super nimble. Very torquey but I like that. Clutch went just under 10000k, replacement cost = $1300.00. Ouch! But can’t keep the front wheel on the ground now after it’s replacement.At 6’3”, 220 lbs, bikes too small for me, wish I waited for 2019 1200 would’ve fit much better. But again, don’t care. I love the damn bike! Take it light off-roading and handles real good. Topped out at about 120 on highway. The perfect around towner. Think these are big out West US (Cali), but not so much here in NYC area, so people constantly admire. Between maintenance costs, and parts/accessories though, it’ll probably (maybe) push me away from buying Ducati again (but who really knows😝) If someone asked me, I’d def recommend if they don’t mind paying the Xtra smackers at the shop.

  • 4.2

    Brilliant urban motorcycle capable of tours as well with a few mods. Very suitable for our roadways

  • 5.0

    I love this bike

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  • 4.2

    2016 Red Icon. Just a lot of fun to ride! Light, super nimble. Very torquey but I like that. Clutch went just under 10000k, replacement cost = $1300.00. Ouch! But can’t keep the front wheel on the ground now after it’s replacement.At 6’3”, 220 lbs, bikes too small for me, wish I waited for 2019 1200 would’ve fit much better. But again, don’t care. I love the damn bike! Take it light off-roading and handles real good. Topped out at about 120 on highway. The perfect around towner. Think these are big out West US (Cali), but not so much here in NYC area, so people constantly admire. Between maintenance costs, and parts/accessories though, it’ll probably (maybe) push me away from buying Ducati again (but who really knows😝) If someone asked me, I’d def recommend if they don’t mind paying the Xtra smackers at the shop.

  • 4.2

    Brilliant urban motorcycle capable of tours as well with a few mods. Very suitable for our roadways

  • 5.0

    I love this bike

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Ducati Scrambler Expert Reviews

  • 2019 Ducati Scrambler Icon: First Ride Review
    2019 Ducati Scrambler Icon: First Ride Review

    The perfect bike to start your Ducati journey?

    Apr 15, 2019
  • Ducati Scrambler Vs Triumph Bonneville T100: Comparison Review
    Ducati Scrambler Vs Triumph Bonneville T100: Comparison Review

    The Triumph Bonneville is one of the largest selling bikes for Triumph India. But now there is competition from Ducati India’s least expensive offering – the Ducati Scrambler. We spend some time with these neo-retro bikes to find out which one you should be considering if you’re in the market for a modern classic

    Sep 21, 2015
  • Ducati Scrambler First Review
    Ducati Scrambler First Review

    The Scrambler is the bike with which Ducati is planning an all-new innings in India. We travel to Thailand and spend some time astride the new Scrambler to see if it's got what it takes to make a whole new breed of Indian Ducatisti

    Feb 14, 2015

Ducati Scrambler Colours

  • Matte Black
  • Silver
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Yellow

Editor's View of Ducati Scrambler

  • Upside

    Classic, retro-cool design, fun to ride bike with great performance

  • Downside

    Too many accessories and customizing options. Not a bad thing, but will raise the price

  • Our Verdict

    The Scrambler is an easy and fun-to-ride bike. Retro-cool looks, backed by modern technology, the Scrambler harks back to the days of simple motorcycling – two wheels and an empty road. Yet, it is a modern motorcycle and will appeal to all classic bike lovers.

Ducati Scrambler Mileage

ARAI Claimed 20 kmpl
User Reported 20 kmpl

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