The air-cooled V-twin currently meets Euro 5 (BS6) regulations which makes exactly the identical 86hp and 88Nm of torque because of the current-spec versions.
Ducati has shown a Guru and a Sport Pro variant of this Scrambler 1100. Both of these versions make cosmetic and mechanical changes. The Sport Pro gets some superior hardware. Both new Scrambler 1100 versions arrive at India, and possibly will start reaching showrooms in a few weeks after.
The Scrambler 1100 Guru and Sport Pro have a revised exhaust system that produces the bikes Euro 5 (BS6) compliant. The V-twin is still the exact same and proceeds to earn 88Nm and 86hp of torque. The steel trellis frame stays unchanged. The Sports Guru does get a suspension plus handlebars. Also, it gets mirrors to match its own styling.
Modifications on both versions incorporate a number plate holder which sits lower plus a better seat. The headlights on such bikes have a black-colored ‘X’ inside, which harks back to a fashion where the tape was utilized by scrambler owners over headlights. Both versions become images and color schemes.
Prices begin at Rs 10.91 lakh for your bottom Scrambler 1100 in India and we anticipate both of these versions to cost quite somewhat more. Nevertheless, these Pro versions are still anticipated to cost much lower compared to BMW R nineT Scrambler, priced at Rs 15.90 lakh.