In Pics: 2021 Ducati Scrambler Icon road test review
The new Ducati Scrambler Icon has been priced at ₹8.49 lakh.The Scrambler Icon is one of the most affordable bikes in the Ducati's lineup.
The new Scrambler Icon has been priced at ₹8.49 lakh, making it costlier than the Icon Dark trim.
The Scrambler Icon completely flattens all the undulations on the regular roads and there is a cushion effect from the suspension that keeps the ride comfortable
The digital LCD display might not be the biggest unit you've seen on a bike, but the screen remains fairly crisp and bright, irrespective of the lighting conditions.
Mid-range is where all the fun lies, and the engine keeps churning tons on torque that never lets down, especially when you are in a mood to lift the front wheel up.
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Roads, or no roads, the 2021 Scrambler Icon scrambles with an attitude.
2021 Scrambler Icon gets a new X-shaped panel on the front headlamp.
What sets the Scrambler Icon apart from the rest of the lineup is its unique Icon-specific handlebar, matching mudguards, and an aluminum muffler cover.
Despite the nature of its budget, the Scrambler Icon still gets some nice riding aids, including a cornering ABS.
Handling is light and nimble on the Ducati Scrambler Icon thanks to its low bodyweight and wide handlebar.
Scrambler Icon comes out as one of the most accessible motorcycles in the company’s lineup.
The new Ducati Scrambler Icon continues to remain a no-nonsense motorcycle that is going to reward you with a smile every time you swing your leg over it.
First Published Date: 07 Jul 2021, 14:06 PM IST
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