Ducati India is all set to launch the Scrambler 1100 today. Powered by an oil and air cooled , 1079cc, L-twin motor that also powered Monster 1100, Ducati's new Scrambler 1100 is the biggest Scrambler yet. Positioned as an entry-level motorcycle, the Ducati Scrambler has made quite a name for itself as a friendly, retro-styled motorcycle globally. But the introduction of the Ducati Scrambler 1100 has changed the way the Scrambler family is perceived by enthusiasts, being more powerful, muscular and more tech-laden. The Scrambler 1100 was shown to the world at the 2017 Milan Motor Show where it made jaws drop. Design changes include bigger, underseat exhausts and a revised headlamp design to distinguish it from the smaller Scramblers. Here are the LIVE updates from the online launch.
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 also gets higher specced suspension as compared to the #Scrambler - 45mm upside down forks from Marzocchi along with an adjustable KYB monoshock.
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 gets three riding modes - Active, Journey and City, which essentially are sport, touring and urban. Interestingly, the Scrambler 1100 also gets cornering ABS too!
Braking prowess comes via twin 330mm discs upfront along with Brembo M4-32B monobloc calipers that are radially mounted.
Most importantly, the Ducati Scrambler1100 is powered by a bigger, 1079cc, V-twin engine that belonged to the erstwhile Monster 1100 EVO. The engine offers 86PS and 88Nm, which is 12PS and 11Nm more than the smaller #Scrambler that is powered by an 803cc V-twin.
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 also gets a more comprehensive electronics package including riding modes, traction control and ABS, offering a better safety considering the higher outputs and sportier intent of the motorcycle.
The instrument cluster on the Ducati Scrambler1100 is different compared to the smaller Scrambler, gets a secondary display to offer additional information - gets a gear indicator, fuel gauge and also info about the riding modes, ABS and TC levels
The larger Scrambler 1100 looks similar to the smaller Scrambler, but gets a differently styled headlamp and twin underseat exhausts that help distinguish it. Looks more muscular.
The India launch of the Ducati Scrambler 1100 is underway! We’re telling you everything there is to know about the bigger