Ducati Thailand has showcased the Scrambler range today at the Thai Motor Expo and the motorcycles include the Scrambler Full Throttle, Icon, and the smallest Scrambler Sixty2. The bikes are manufactured in Thailand and are already on sale.
The Scrambler Icon gets high and wide handlebar and a single canister exhaust. The Scrambler Full Throttle on the other hand boasts of a low, flat track inspired handlebar, racing inspired seat and twin exhaust canisters. The Scrambler Sixty2 follows the language of the Icon and even shares its single side mounted exhaust canister.
The Scrambler Full Throttle and Icon are powered by the 803 cc L-twin Desmodromic air cooled mill which produces 75 PS of maximum power at 8,250 rpm and 68 Nm of peak torque at 5,750 rpm. The Scrambler Sixty2 gets a 399 cc L-twin Desmodromic air cooled mill producing 41 PS of maximum power at 8,750 rpm and 34.6 Nm of peak torque at 8,000 rpm.
A tubular steel trellis frame is common in the range. The bigger engined Scramblers are suspended by 41 mm upside down forks sourced from Kayaba while the rear is suspended by a mono shock by the same brand with preload and rebound adjustable. The Sixty2, in turn, is suspended by 41 mm right side down forks in the front and Kayaba rear shock with fully adjustable preload.
The Scrambler Sixty2 get a 330 mm single disc brake in the front with 2 piston floating calliper and a 245 mm disc in the rear with 1 piston floating calliper. Bigger Scramblers have the same diameter disc brakes with the front getting 4 piston radially mounted callipers. ABS is standard across the range.