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Ducati Scrambler 800 User Reviews
Nice and looking very good.
Nice and looking very good.I like this bike but i don't want this bike.
Basically on super bikes we couldn't expect mileage, But this ducati scrambler is most powerful vehicle in this 800 cc segment, But price is too high, That's the major disadvantage on this beast bike, Except that, Everything is pretty awesome.
Great bike for highways. But difficult to manage heat in city.
3.8I don't have this bike
I don't have this bike but this my dream one ❤️
4.22016 Red Icon. Just a
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.
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