Ducati has updated its India portfolio with the launch of the Scrambler 1100 Pro and Scrambler 1100 Pro Sport. Both models are powered by a 1,100cc, L-Twin motor that produces 86bhp and 88Nm of torque. The Pro variant has been priced at Rs 11.95 lakh while the Pro Sport is available for Rs 13.74 lakh. Here we list the alternatives that potential buyers can consider in the same price range.
Triumph Motorcycle’s Tiger 900 GT is available at a similar price tag as the Scrambler 1100 Pro. The Tiger 900 GT packs features like full-LED lighting, seven-inch colour TFT display, Brembo Stylema brakes, Marzocchi-sourced suspension setup, cruise control, heated grips, cornering ABS, traction control system and four riding modes. The mechanical specifications include an 888cc, inline three-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor that makes 93.9bhp of power and 87Nm of torque. The engine is linked to a six-speed gearbox.
The British marquee’s flagship Street Triple model, the Street Triple RS is available at Rs 11.33 lakh. The roadster boasts features like full-LED lighting, Bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster, Triumph Shift Assist quickshifter, Showa big piston front forks, Ohlins STX40 rear mono-shock, and Brembo-sourced braking system. The 765cc, inline three-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine on the Street Triple RS is tuned to produce 121.3bhp of power and 79Nm of torque.
Kawasaki’s litre-class sports tourer, the Versys 1000 is available at a competitive price tag of Rs 10.89 lakh. The motorcycle is powered by a 1,043cc, inline four-cylinder motor that makes 118.2bhp of power and 102Nm of torque. The feature list on the Versys 1000 comprises of LED headlight, semi-digital instrument cluster, cruise control, two power modes, cornering ABS, traction control and three riding modes. The hardware on the motorcycle includes upside-down front forks, rear mono-shock, dual discs at the front and a single rotor at the back.