For 2019, the Scrambler Ducati range has been rationalised to four models, which are the Icon, Full Throttle, Cafe Racer and Desert Sled. Pricing for the Scrambler Ducati models in Malaysia are RM52,900 for the Icon and RM62,900 for the Full Throttle while the Cafe Racer and Desert Sled are priced identically at RM67,900.
Updates for the Scrambler range this year include LED headlight and turn signals including DRL and hydraulic clutch. Also updated is the instrument panel which now includes a oil level readout and gear position indicator with a new seat and cornering ABS as standard.
In the engine room, the Scrambler range is still powered by the same air-cooled, 803 cc V-twin, mated to a six-speed gearbox, which Ducati claims produces 73 hp at 8,250 rpm and 67 Nm of torque at 5,750 rpm. Although the improvements are not huge, Ducati says the updated Scramblers are easier to ride and more comfortable.
The Scrambler Full Throttle comes with its own set of updates, now clad in black and yellow two-tone graphics, with a white stripe. A rear seat cowl on the Full Full Throttle evokes the image of classic flat track racers, along with lowered handlebars and Termignoni exhaust that is road legal.
As for the Scrambler Cafe Racer, 2019 sees it come into the market with 17-inch wheels shod in Pirelli Diablo rosso III rubber, along with a radial brake master cylinder that brings braking performance up to date. The blue frame and Silve Ice Matte bodywork on the Cafe Racer is meant to represent road racers of the 60s such as the 125GP Desmo with clip-on handlebars, bar-end mirrors and small fairing.
In the off-road category, the Scrambler Desert Sled now comes with a nose bleeding 860 mm tall seat and red painted frame. The swingarm on the Desert Sled is also specific to this model and is made out of aluminium alloy, along with 19-inch and 17-inch rear spoked wheels, adjustable suspension and 238 mm of ground clearance.
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