Image gallery: Ducati Scrambler 1100 Special priced at Rs 11.12 lakh
Ducati has launched the larger Scrambler, the 1100 in India in three versions. The range starts with the Scrambler priced at Rs 10.91 lakh, the Scrambler 1100 Special priced at Rs 11.12 lakh and the Scrambler 1100 Sport priced at Rs 11.42 lakh, all prices ex-showroom. Shumi has already ridden the 2018 Ducati Scrambler 1100 in India and here are his initial thoughts. The biggest distinction to the smaller Scramblers of course is the 1079cc V-twin engine that produces 86PS and 88Nm, a significant increase of 12PS and 11Nm over the smaller, 803cc V-twin engine Scrambler. Importantly, the Scrambler 1100 also gets a far more comprehensive electronics suite and comes equipped with three riding modes ? Active, Journey and City ? apart from traction control and cornering ABS. Scroll below to see detailed images of the Ducati Scrambler 1100 Special.
The new headlight design with its X-shaped motif and LED DRLs completes a striking Scrambler-family front-end.
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 gets underseat exhausts and a new trellis frame along with a sportier riding position as compared to the smaller Scramblers
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 has a bigger tank that takes 15 litres of petrol (that's 1.5l more than before
The blue and satin-metal finishes are set off by a retro-style brown seat and lower tapered handlebars
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 Special is the middle model, cast in a more retro hue that both of the others
This 1,079cc 90° V-Twin (or L-twin if you prefer) is based on the Monster 1100's engine but has been updated significantly
The Scrambler 1100 also has 4-stage Ducati Traction Control (DTC) and the City mode runs a safe level 4 while Journey uses a more permissive 3 and Active drops that to 2
The new 45mm USD forks are fully adjustable and the offset rear monoshock offers preload and rebound adjustments too
Ducati says new throttle bodies and the 16° valve overlap help it produce 88Nm at 4,750rpm on the way to 86PS at 7,500rpm
The aluminium swingarm looks visually similar to the 800 but is new too
The 1100 has an IMU-equipped Bosch 9.1MP ABS system, which means the bike gets Cornering ABS as standard
The biggest distinction to the smaller Scramblers of course is the 1079cc V-twin engine that produces 86PS and 88Nm, a significant increase of 12PS and 11Nm over the smaller, 803cc V-twin engine Scrambler
The Scrambler 1100 also gets a far more comprehensive electronics suite and comes equipped with three riding modes ? Active, Journey and City ? apart from traction control and cornering ABS.
Also see: Ducati 2018 Scrambler 1100 first ride review
Starts Rs 7,99,000
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