Significantly more than a Scrambler. My guess 20-25%.Yes very looking forward to have this bike in fleet. I am curious about the price for this bike. What are you thoughts?
Did you read my reply to your original post? The bike is NOT a Scrambler and it will NOT be priced anywhere near a Scrambler price. The price will be close to whatever a Multistrada 950 costs where you live.I would hope they keep it on par with the current one. The current one is about 13k, I'm in the US, all done and said (Destination fee and sometimes dealers charge a prep fee I'm seeing). But that is never the case, so I'd guess maybe $14.5k??
I know there are differences but there's a good 2015> workshop manual out there, in fact, there's probably a link on this site. Would they not share the same basic torque settings (apart from a possible correction to the sump-plug torque which I think they over-cooked in the earlier docs)?And with others, the service manual is available right over the website right away or from the dealer, with no issues. (I'm honestly disappointed I cannot get a service manual for my '21 Icon. It's a real Ducati turnoff to me. I can't find basic info, like torque setting for bolts. Not like I'm going to do a valve job, but just to know basica things. Ducati is failing all customers here. Sell us the full manuals Ducati! - sorry just bugs me )
The only real changes to the Scrambler line are cosmetic and electrical so things like torque settings for bolts (who uses them?) or chain tension settings or the such things will not have changed.