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Introducing | 2015 Ducati Scrambler

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The 2015 Ducati Scrambler is a modern revision to the original Scrambler of the 70s. It’s an air-cooled 800cc, 375-pound bike and sits as an entry into the Ducati brand. It’ll go head-to-head with the Triumph Thruxton or other retro-style, modern bikes that are currently out there. And the modern details are appreciated. It has a six-speed transmission, dual-channel ABS standard with Brembo brakes, USB charging inside the under-seat storage and LCD gauges on the bars. The profile’s gorgeous with its alloy wheels wrapped in a pair of Pirelli tires specially designed for the Scrambler. The 2015 Ducati Scrambler Icon comes in either 62 Yellow or Ducati Red with a few different themed versions to go along with the standard Scrambler being released: Scrambler Urban Enduro, Scrambler Full Throttle, and the Scrambler Classic. Check out the full breakdown below and look for these to release early next year with a starting MSRP of $8,589.

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Scrambler Urban Enduro
“Wild Green” with black frame and brown seat as well as spoked aluminum wheels, engine sump guard, high front mudguard in plastic, headlight grill, handlebar cross-strut, and plastic fork protectors.

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Scrambler Full Throttle
“Deep Black” with black frame and black seat and flat-track style seat with yellow inserts. Other features included indicator lights support, sports style front mudguard, black fuel tank side covers, and Dedicated logo.

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Scrambler Classic
“Orange sunshine” with black frame and brown seat Spoked aluminum wheels as well as front and rear metal mudguards, dedicated seat with lozenge-type stitching pattern, fuel tank with black central stripe just like the ‘70s Scrambler and a dedicated logo.