Ducati Scrambler 1100 [2018-2019] (Standard)
Just like the other model ranges in the Ducati lineup, the Scrambler now gets a second option with a bigger engine. Suggesting its displacement, it is called the Scrambler 1100. It was unveiled in three variants, the standard, the Special ...
|Transmission||6 Speed Manual|
|Kerb Weight||206 kg|
|Fuel Tank Cap||15 litres|
|Seat Height||810 mm|
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Just like the other model ranges in the Ducati lineup, the Scrambler now gets a second option with a bigger engine. Suggesting its displacement, it is called the Scrambler 1100. It was unveiled in three variants, the standard, the Special and the Sport. All three are powered by a 1079cc L-twin engine that generates 86bhp and 88Nm, and the six speed gearbox has a slipper clutch. Unlike the smaller Scrambler, the 1100 has electronics to keep it on a leash. There is a five-level traction control system and three riding modes “ Active, Touring and City. The last mode limits power to 75bhp. An IMU is also part of the package, meaning cornering ABS is included. ABS is switchable, although hooliganism should be easy with the top-spec braking system that is fitted “ the front gets radial monobloc callipers from Brembo. The Scrambler wont be priced as aggressively as its smaller sibling, since theres a whole host of electronics on it. Still, the Ducati Scrambler 1100 is priced 50 per cent less than the BMW R Nine T Scrambler which it competes with. The upcoming bigger-engined Triumph Scrambler is also worth considering here.