A cool article on the most anticipated rides of 2015 made its way to the internet today.
Here's a snippet of what what was said about the Ducati Scrambler:
Read the rest of the article here: The most anticipated rides of 2015 Stuff.co.nzDucati expects the four-model V-twin range will lift the annual production of Bologna-based factory by 15,000 units when fully ramped up. That's a massive 20 per cent increase, and the New Zealand distributor, NF Imports, expects a similar lift to sales of the marque here in 2015, all on the back of the Scrambler's impact.
No doubt Ducati have watched what happened when both Triumph and Moto Guzzi made their own homage-twins, the Bonneville and V7, and taken note. The Scramblers are just as affordable at $15,790 for the entry Icon version, and the 75bhp engine offers more power than the 68bhp and 47bhp pumped out by its respective Triumph and Moto Guzzi rivals.
Although existing Ducatisti will sneer at the Scrambler's use of a single-disc front brake and dirtbike handlebars, they may be pleasantly surprised at the sudden expansion of their community through the release of this sweetly-styled addition to the range. Roll on March, when the New Zealand Ducati scramble begins.