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Prior the Ducati's official entry into India, prices of the much awaited Scrambler and the rest of its model lineup have leaked online. Ducati Scrambler to be the most affordable model from the premium Italian motorcycle maker
Ducati is all set to start its second innings in India. And while they are still mute about the dates, prices of the Scrambler and the rest of its model line up have leaked online. Prices of the Scrambler, the most affordable offering from the Italian marquee, will start at around Rs 6,38,000 for the Icon Red. The Icon Yellow will demand an extra Rs 10,000.
The Scrambler sports a 803cc V-twin unit that also powers the Monster 796 but in this state of tune it will pump power of 776 horses and make 68Nm of torque. Talking about the Monster, based on the document that was released online, Ducati will not just bring the new Monster 821, but will also launch the 795, 796 as well as the 1200. That said, the Monster 795 will be the next most affordable offering after the Scrambler at Rs 6.98 lakh. The Monster brand will stretch right up to Rs 25.75 lakh for the 1200 S Stripe which will be brought to Indian shore via the CBU route.
Ducati will also bring in the Triumph Tiger competitor, the Multistrada, which will range from Rs 14.02 lakh to Rs 20.61 lakh. Two versions of the Hypermotard will be launched in India at Rs 10 lakh for the lower spec variant. The Ducati Corse liveried Hypermotard SP (Safety Pack) that gets specific riding modes for the ‘SP’, Racing components and Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tyres will demand a premium of Rs 9 lakh over the standard variant. Ducati will also bring in its power cruiser Diavel at a starting price of Rs 13.82 lakh while the top-end Titanium trim that will come as a CBU, will be priced at Rs 37.20 lakh.
Limited models of the flagship Ducati Panigale R will be brought to India at Rs 46.25 lakh. That said, the lower spec variants, like the 899 Panigale is expected to be launched at Rs 13 lakh. All these prices are ex-showroom Delhi and Haryana.
Ducati Scrambler prices leaked online ZigWheels.com