2023 Ducati Scrambler range launched at Rs 10.40 lakh: Gets cornering ABS, traction control etc

Ducati has launched the next-gen Ducati Scrambler range in India with prices starting at Rs 10.40 lakh. The Italian manufacturer will be selling the 2023 iterations of the Icon, Full Throttle, and the Nightshift in India with the Icon price-tagged at Rs 10.40 lakh while the other two can be had for Rs 12 lakh. All prices ex-showroom. These models, while differing in style, share riding positions and lightweight construction.
Powering the next-gen Scrambler range is the familiar 803cc, air-cooled, 2-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed gearbox. It makes 73 hp and 65.2 Nm of peak torque. However, it has been tweaked with the introduction of some new components.
Scrambler Icon
The Ducati Scrambler Icon gets a revised, rider-centric handlebar and a flatter seat for both rider and pillion. The design also incorporates black under-seat side panels featuring the ‘Ducati Scrambler’ graphics.

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Scrambler Full Throttle
For those looking for a sportier option, the Scrambler Full Throttle, which draws inspiration from US flat track racing features a skid plate, a sport-look seat cover, black finishes on exhaust heat shields and front side covers, and a Termignoni silencer.
The model also includes a smaller front fender, a rear fender, red tags on the alloy wheels, LED turn indicators, and a standard Quick Shift up/down function.
Scrambler Nightshift
Lastly, the Nightshift boasts classic and refined details, such as its Cafe Racer-esque saddle in dark leather, a flat-set variable-section handlebar and café racer-style bar-end mirrors.
2023 Ducati Scrambler range: Other features
Notably, the Scrambler now features two Riding Modes, Road and Wet, along with adjustable traction control. The Scrambler’s chassis boasts a tubular steel trellis frame while braking duties are taken care of by a single 330 mm disc at the front and a 245 mm disc at the rear featuring cornering ABS. It also gets traction control.
Other features include full LED lighting, a 4.3-inch color TFT cluster, and a refined engine appearance. Furthermore, the new Scrambler has shed 4 kg, becoming lighter and more agile.


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