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Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0: What else can you buy

12 December 2017, 04:19 PM Neil Nair
Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0: What else can you buy

Ducati’s latest entry into the Indian market is the Scrambler Mach 2.0, priced at Rs 8.52 lakhs. But the Scrambler Mach is not the only horse in the stable. Here is a list of what else you could buy for the price of a Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0-

Inspired by flat track racers, Ducati as introduced the Scrambler Full Throttle. The bike sports a lowered straight handlebar, short front mudguard and a Termignoni exhaust. It is priced at Rs 8.34 lakhs. Also available is the Scrambler Café Racer at Rs 9.32 lakhs. The design is reminiscent of the racing motorcycles of the 60s.

Another offering is the Scrambler Classic which comes with vintage elements, thus giving the feel of a modern-retro package. The bike is priced at Rs 8.48 lakhs. You could also consider the Scrambler Urban Enduro. It has the distinct personality of a city bike while featuring several off-road elements that lend it a rugged character. It is priced at Rs 8.30 lakhs.

The Ducati Desert Sled is a more off-road functional version of the Scrambler Urban Enduro. The bike gets 200mm of suspension travel at both front and rear to help its off-road capability. The bike is priced at Rs 9.45 lakhs. All the Scramblers are powered by the same 803cc L-twin Desmodromic engine, which delivers 75bhp and 68Nm of torque, mated to a six-speed gearbox and final chain drive.

Triumph also has three modern-classic motorcycles on offer- the Bonneville T100, Bonneville T120 and Street Scrambler. While the T100 and T120 share the same design language, they sport different engines. The T100 is powered by a 900cc twin cylinder engine which develops 54bhp of power and 80Nm of torque. On the other hand, the T120 uses a 1200cc twin cylinder engine that produces 79bhp and 105Nm of torque. The T100 is priced at Rs 8.54 lakhs while the T120 costs Rs 9.56 lakhs. The Triumph Street Scrambler is based on the Street Twin and is aimed at both city as well as off-roading. It is powered by a 900cc parallel-twin engine that produces 54bhp and peak torque of 80Nm. The bike costs Rs 8.40 lakhs. 

If you want a city cruiser, Harley Davidson offers the Iron 883 at Rs 8.95 lakhs. The bike is powered by an 883cc V-twin engine, which produces 50bhp and 69Nm of torque. However, you could also look at aggressive streetfighters in this price range. On offer are the Ducati Monster 797, Kawasaki Z900 and the Triumph Street Triple S. The Ducati Monster 797 is the smallest member in the Monster range and shares its design with its elder siblings. It is powered by the same 803cc L-twin engine as the Scrambler Mach 2.0. This unit produces 74bhp of power and 68.6Nm of torque. It is priced at Rs 8.14 lakh.


The Triumph Street Triple S gets the same design language as its predecessor, but with a host of new features. It ispowered by a 765cc, inline three-cylinder engine that delivers 111bhp of power at 11,250rpm and 73Nm of torque at 9,100rpm. The bike is priced at Rs 8.62 lakhs. You could also consider the Kawasaki Z900 which is exceptionally priced at Rs 7.68 lakhs. It gets the manufacturer’s trademark ‘Sugomi’ design and is powered by a 948cc in-line four cylinder engine. This unit produces 123bhp and 98.6Nm of torque.

Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0 [2018-2019]

Last known Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 8,56,468

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