Ducati Australia is excited to announce the RRPs for the all new Ducati Scrambler range

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Ducati Australia is excited to announce the RRPs for the all new Ducati Scrambler range, prior to their arrival in early 2015.

Ducati Scrambler ICON (Ducati Red) $12,990*
Ducati Scrambler ICON (’62 Yellow) $13,140*
Ducati Scrambler URBAN ENDURO $14,990*
Ducati Scrambler CLASSIC $14,990*
Ducati Scrambler FULL THROTTLE $14,990*

The Ducati Scrambler is not a vintage motorcycle: it is, rather, the contemporary interpretation, in post-heritage style, of the legendary bike produced in the 1970s, exactly as if Ducati had never stopped producing it. Authorised Ducati Dealers are no taking pre-orders from excited customers.

More on the Ducati Scrambler ICON
The Icon is the starting point from which to express yourself. It is characterised by its comfortable riding position and steel teardrop tank with interchangeable aluminium side panels. The 790 mm seat height ensures comfort for both the rider and passenger. Stand-out features include the wide handlebar, the headlight with glass lens and LED guide-light, and the Dual Sport wheels. An aluminium finish for the belt covers, the heat guard and the interchangeable surround of the characteristic LCD instrument panel all enrich the style of the bike. Available in two colours: ’62 Yellow and Ducati Red.

More on the Ducati Scrambler URBAN ENDURO
The Urban Enduro is ready to switch from city streets to country roads – and back again – in an instant. Perfect for the urban jungle, it’s evident off-road qualities are made even more appealing by superb post-heritage styling. The “Wild Green” paint-job merges perfectly with the “urban battleground” and matches the horizontally ribbed brown seat, made with modern fabrics, that provides outstanding ergonomics for rider and passenger alike. The fork protectors, sump guard and headlight grill shield the engine and other key parts of the bike during off-road riding, while the cross-brace stiffens the wide Scrambler handlebars to give enhanced solidity. Spoked wheels, 3” x 18” at the front and 5.5” x 17” at the rear, complete its off-road character in style. The Scrambler Urban Enduro is also recognisable by way of the large “X” logo on its tank, a clear reminder of the bike’s decidedly off-road nature.

More on the Ducati Scrambler CLASSIC
The Classic is for riders who want 1970s styling and details plus the pure riding pleasure and practicality of a modern bike. With its metal mudguards, traditional plate holder, and spoked wheels (the same size as the alloy ones, 3” x 18” at the front and 5.5” x 17” at the rear) this is, perhaps, the version that embodies the essence of motorcycling more than any other. The Scrambler Classic logo is the one that most resembles its 1970s counterpart, perfectly matching the “Orange Sunshine” of the tank which, just like the original Scrambler, features a central black stripe. Lastly, the retro flavour of the Scrambler Classic is enhanced even further by the lozenge-patterned stitching on the brown seat.

More on the Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle
The Full Throttle draws its inspiration from the flat-track and racing worlds. The “Deep Black” tank – which sports a dedicated logo with a yellow-black background – evokes speed, as does the seat which, with its yellow inserts, also draws on flat-track origins. The end result is a sporty look and outstanding rider comfort. With its short tail, the Scrambler Full Throttle evokes the bikes that roar round the oval tracks of the USA and Australia; it also features a Termignoni racing exhaust, homologated for road use. Further distinctive elements on the Scrambler Full Throttle include the light, ergonomic tapered handlebars, making it a perfect everyday bike but with uncompromising racing panache.

*Note: all prices are Recommended Retail Prices (RRP) which include GST, but exclude relevant Dealer &
Statutory Charges which also differ from state to state. Prices are applicable as on 01.10.2014 and are subject to change without notice.

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