The Scrambler 1100 has a longer wheelbase, taller seat height, and larger fuel tank than its predecessor.
Ducati upgraded the Scrambler 1100 with Brembo brakes, cornering ABS, and fully adjustable Kayaba front fork and shock.
Only five of the bike’s elements are plastic, and Ducati plans to release a slew of accessories to personalize the bike with minimal mechanical know-how.
The bigger Scrambler carries a 1,100 cc air/oil-cooled, two-valve twin engine.
The Scrambler’s ride modes include Active (full power), Journey (softer throttle), and City (slightly reduced horsepower).
Built from the ground up, the Scrambler 1100 runs with 86 horses and turns out 65 ft lbs of torque.
The new Scrambler 1100 takes a step closer to the power and performance expected from Ducati.