The brand new Ducati Scrambler mannequin options Hypermotard-inspired design cues; will change into the fifth 800cc Scrambler on sale.
Ducati has teased the arrival of the brand new Scrambler City Motard in our market. This new model will be a part of the present line-up (Icon, Icon Darkish, Nightshift and Desert Sled) of the 800cc Ducati Scrambler bike.
Powered by a 73hp, 803cc, L-twin engine
Will get beak-style entrance mudguard and graffiti-inspired graphics
Ducati India not too long ago tweeted out a picture that seems to be a silhouette of the brand new Scrambler City Motard with the phrases ‘coming quickly’. The mannequin within the picture may be recognized because the Scrambler City Motard because of the asymmetrically-mounted single instrument pod and the beak-style entrance mudguard. So, an India launch of the brand new Scrambler mannequin is imminent, however Ducati is but to announce the date.
In contrast to the Sport Professional, Darkish Professional and Tribute Professional fashions of the Scrambler, which use a 1,100cc engine, the City Motard makes use of the smaller 803cc unit that’s present in the remainder of the vary. The engine is an L-twin, air-cooled unit that places out 73hp at 8,250rpm and 66.2Nm at 5,750rpm in worldwide markets. The ability is transmitted by means of a 6-speed gearbox which includes a slipper clutch. Count on the India-spec model to be very comparable, if not an identical, to the worldwide bike by way of specs.
By way of design, the Ducati Scrambler City Motard includes a dual-tone paint scheme in Star White Silk and Ducati GP ’19 Purple. It includes a beak-style, excessive entrance mudguard just like the Ducati Hypermotard and graffiti-inspired graphics on the tank, as seen on the Hypermotard RVE we reviewed not too long ago. Different issues distinctive to the City Motard embody a brand new flat seat and a lower-set aluminium handlebar.
Suspension duties on the Scrambler City Motard are dealt with by a 41mm Kayaba the wrong way up fork on the entrance and a pre-load adjustable Kayaba monoshock on the rear. It runs on Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tyres, with the entrance being a 120/70 ZR17 and the rear being 180/55 ZR17. The Scrambler City Motard makes use of a 330mm entrance disc brake with a four-piston caliper and a 245mm rear disc with Bosch’s cornering ABS as commonplace.
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