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2021 Ducati Scrambler Variants: One For Everyone?


If you want to get scrambling in 2021, you have three Ducati variants to choose from. We decode them

  • The 2021 Ducati Scrambler 800 range starts from Rs 7.99 lakh and goes up to Rs 8.49 lakh.
  • One can choose between the Scrambler Icon and Scrambler Icon Dark right now, while the Scrambler Desert Sled is set to arrive soon.
  • Both the Icon and the Desert Sled variants get new colour options for 2021.
Ducati Scrambler Icon

Ducati has as many as 12 bikes planned for India in 2021 and the Scrambler lineup is the most affordable ticket to get into the Italian brand. To start things off, the Italian giant has launched two variants of the Scrambler 800. They’re called the Scrambler Icon and Scrambler Icon Dark. While these variants have a lot in common, there are some key differences between them, including the price. Which one ticks your boxes? Read below to find out.

Scrambler Icon
The 2021 Scrambler Icon doesn’t look very different from its previous avatar and it now gets a new Ducati Red colour along with the iconic 62’ yellow option. It is the most vanilla of all Scramblers and costs Rs 8.49 lakh (ex-showroom). Other changes for 2021 include full LED lighting, a brand-new seat, and 10-spoke aluminium alloy wheels. Intrigued by the Scrambler Icon? Here’s our road test report.

Ducati Scrambler 800

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Scrambler Icon Dark
Ducati has introduced a new variant for 2021, the Icon Dark. At Rs 7.99 lakh (ex-showroom), it shares all its mechanical and electronic components with the Icon and undercuts it by quite a chunk. The only difference between the two motorcycles is the paint job: the Icon Dark gets a matte black colour instead of the flashy options of the Icon.

Scrambler Desert Sled
If you like going off the road but don’t want bulky ADV bikes, Ducati has you covered with the Scrambler Desert Sled. For 2021, it gets a fancy new ‘Sparking Blue’ livery along with golden rims, a headlight cover, and a high mudguard. Ducati has also thrown in Pirelli Rally tyres, bigger fully adjustable 46mm forks, 19-/17-inch rims, and a variable cross-section handlebar to further enhance its off-road capabilities. You will have to wait for a little longer to get your hands on it, though, as Ducati hasn’t launched it yet. The Sled will definitely be more expensive than the two Icon variants, thanks to the better equipment at hand. 

All three variants share the same 803cc, L-Twin, Desmodromic engine which churns out 73PS of power and 66.2Nm of torque.

 

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