Ducati Scrambler Icon 2016 Yellow

  • Ducati Scrambler Icon 2016 Yellow
Ducati Scrambler Icon 2016 Yellow
Ducati Scrambler Icon 2016 Yellow
Ducati Scrambler Icon 2016 Yellow
Ducati Scrambler Icon 2016 Yellow
Ducati Scrambler Icon 2016 Yellow

Ducati Scrambler Icon 2016 Yellow

Year : 2016

Kms : 39000

Color : “‘62 Yellow” with black frame and black seat

Bore x Stroke : 88 mm x 66 mm

• Features
o Steel teardrop-shaped tank with interchangeable aluminium side panels
o Low seat (790 mm) for perfect stationary manoeuvrability
o Low weight (170 kg dry) and low centre of gravity
o Wide handlebars for a relaxed riding position
o Headlight with glass parabola and ultra-modern LED light guide
o Rear light with suffused-light LED technology
o LCD instruments
o L-twin air-cooled 803 cm³ engine
o Machine-finished aluminium belt covers
o Twin spar steel Trellis frame
o Die-cast aluminium rear swingarm
o 10-spoke alloy wheels, 18’’ front, 17’’ rear
o Enduro-derived Pirelli tyres optimised for the Ducati Scrambler
o Dual-channel ABS as standard
o Spacious under-seat storage compartment with USB socket

₹500000
  • Brand : Ducati
  • Product Code : Scrambler Icon
  • Availability : 1
  • In Stock

Ducati Scrambler Icon 2016 Yellow

The 2015 model year saw four new Ducati products built for a rather niche market; the scrambler family that includes the ’70s-themed Classic, the flat-track race inspired Urban Enduro, the Full Throttle which combines an amped-up, flat-track race look with an urban hooligan touch and the icon a basic, modernized version of a traditional scrambler that serves as a blank canvas for riders looking to make a statement.

Ducati treated us to another branch on the Scrambler family tree in 2016 with the Flat Track Pro, another oval-dirt tribute bike that takes the racing references to the Nth degree. So far, it seems the Scrambler family is popular with a younger demographic, and I have even heard old-school styled Scramblers referred to as Hipster bikes. It figures, considering the dual-purpose nature of the family that provides decent road performance and maintains the ability to access, shall we say, alternative routes? Today I want to take a look at these five models, and check out the various subtleties and nuances that make each one unique.