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The Ducati Scrambler Urban Motard will be Available in India Soon

The new Ducati Scrambler has Hypermotard design cues and will be the fifth 800cc Scrambler on the market.

The arrival of the new Scrambler Urban Motard in our market has been teased by Ducati. This new model will join the 800cc Ducati Scrambler’s existing lineup (Icon, Icon Dark, Nightshift, and Desert Sled).

  • Powered by a 73hp, 803cc, L-twin engine
  • Gets beak-style front mudguard and graffiti-inspired graphics

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With the words ‘coming soon,’ Ducati India recently tweeted an image that appears to be a silhouette of the new Scrambler Urban Motard. Because of the asymmetrically mounted single instrument pod and the beak-style front mudguard, the model in the image can be identified as a Scrambler Urban Motard. So, the new Scrambler model will be launched in India soon, but Ducati has yet to announce a date.

Unlike the Sport Pro, Dark Pro, and Tribute Pro models of the Scrambler, which have a 1,100cc engine, the Urban Motard has an 803cc engine like the rest of the lineup. In international markets, the engine is an L-twin, air-cooled unit that produces 73hp at 8,250rpm and 66.2Nm at 5,750rpm. The power is routed through a 6-speed transmission with a slipper clutch. In terms of specifications, the India-spec bike should be very similar, if not identical, to the international bike.

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The Ducati Scrambler Urban Motard has a two-tone paint scheme that includes Star White Silk and Ducati GP ’19 Red. Like the Ducati Hypermotard, it has a beak-style, high front mudguard and graffiti-inspired graphics on the tank, similar to the Hypermotard RVE we recently reviewed. A new flat seat and a lower-set aluminium handlebar are also unique to the Urban Motard.

The Scrambler Urban Motard’s suspension consists of a 41mm Kayaba upside down fork in the front and a pre-load adjustable Kayaba monoshock in the back. It rides on Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tyres in the front and rear, with a front size of 120/70 ZR17 and a rear size of 180/55 ZR17. A 330mm front disc brake with a four-piston caliper and a 245mm rear disc with Bosch’s cornering ABS are standard on the Scrambler Urban Motard.

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