Ducati means business with their Scrambler
When Ducati created their Scrambler line, it was to pull the focus away from “high performance” (as we all know from the legendary Ducati Desmoquattro engine) and steer it more toward a visual direction. While there are a lot of Ducati lovers out there who will defend their bike on all accounts, some enthusiasts would admit that the style of the Scrambler is something that you either love or hate. There’s hardly ever a grey area thrown into the mix.
However, the new 2018 Ducati Scrambler was created with a focus on visual appeal, and you can tell. The goal was not just to create a high-performing bike that could compete with even the best of them, but design it in a way that could pull more riders into the Ducati brand. The 2018 Scrambler stands out among its siblings in the Ducati family, and it has a visual look and design that shows promise in what Ducati offers riders. But it’s not just about the looks with this bike, it’s about the electronics package, too. This option is advanced in a way that can easily trump some Kawasaki motorcycles. (Yeah, I said it.)
The only question is whether you think you can handle it and if you’re a fan of the new design. Take a look at the video below to get a look at a first ride experience with MotorcycleNews.com, and a walk through article from none other than RevZilla!