Ducati India has launched the new Scrambler 1100 Pro at Rs 11.95 lakh and the Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro at Rs 13.74 lakh. Bookings for the new Ducati Scrambler 1100 have begun across dealerships (All prices, ex-showroom, India).
The new Ducati Scrambler 1100 Pro and 1100 Sport Pro are based on the same platform, and therefore share the same trellis frame and Euro 5/ BS VI-compliant engine. The 1,079cc, air-cooled, L-Twin makes 86hp at 7,500rpm and 88Nm of torque at 4,750rpm. The new Scrambler Pros also get a revised exhaust system that also helps in meeting the stringent BS VI emission norms.
Bipul Chandra, MD, Ducati India said, “Scrambler is one of the most characterful, free spirited and powerful entry level Ducati in our portfolio. The new Scrambler 1100 Pro range takes those qualities a notch higher allowing riders to explore endless possibilities on their rides. It’s a mix of style, comfort and performance that makes Scrambler 1100 Pro versatile and adaptive to everyone’s individual and demanding riding style. The meticulously thought Scrambler 1100 Pro and Sport Pro are designed to provide complete Scrambler experience as soon as you swing a leg over it. Both experienced and new riders will be able to extract the maximum out of this motorcycle considering its friendly nature and we expect them to have a lot of fun!”
What’s the difference between the Ducati Scrambler 1100 variants?
In terms of styling and equipment, both the Ducati Scrambler 1100 Pro models get an improved seat and a repositioned number plate holder that sits lower. The Sport Pro gets a special matte black paint as well.
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 Sport Pro is the higher-spec model and is distinguished by its lower handlebars, with cafe racer-style bar-end mirrors and premium Öhlins suspension. The Scrambler 1100 Pro gets a slightly lower-spec Marzocchi front fork and Kayaba monoshock.
What safety features do the Ducati Scrambler 1100 variants offer?
In terms of safety, both motorcycles get Ducati Traction Control or DTC, Bosch cornering ABS and three riding modes – Active, Journey and City.
Both motorcycles feature Brembo brakes. At the front, there are two 320mm discs with Brembo M4.32 monobloc, radially mounted calipers, while at the rear, there is a 245mm disc with a single caliper.