2019 Ducati Scrambler revealed
THE SCRAMBLER has been in the market since 2014, and Ducati decided to give it a retro touch in the 2019 edition, as the popular motorcycle gets subtle design changes and updated features list. The 2019 Ducati Scrambler remains true to its heritage while also maintaining its funky looks. There isn’t much to talk about as far as the design is considered except the fact that it gets thicker aluminium side panels, while the engine gets a black touch with brushed cylinder head fins along with the machine-finished wheels.
Talking about the updated features list, the 2019 Scrambler gets cornering ABS, automatic LED indicators along with new headlamp cluster, which is also gets
LED DRLs. Moreover, the Scrambler also gets well-placed switch gear and an updated LCD instrument console which also gets fuel level gauge now. Apart from these, the Scrambler also gets a flatter seat, which improves the riding position with a high and wide handlebar. The suspension has been tweaked for a comfortable ride, while the hydraulic clutch brings in a softer level and is adjustable. The 2019 Scrambler also gets the Ducati Multimedia System which allows the rider to connect a smartphone to play music and answer phone calls. The engine remains the same as power comes from the 803cc L-Twin, air-cooled engine that produces 75bhp of max power and 68Nm
of peak torque.