2021 Ducati Scrambler Nightshifts and Desert Sled launched in the Indian market, price starting from Rs 9.80 lakh ex-showroom, pan India.
- Ducati Scrambler nightshift priced at Rs 9.80 lakh
- Ducati Desert Sled priced at Rs 10.89 lakh
- Both bikes powered with an 803-cc air cooled engine
Ducati India has announced the launch of their two products in the Indian market, named Scrambler Nightshifts and desert Sled, the former is priced at Rs 9.80 lakh and the latter one priced at Rs 10.89 lakh ex-showroom pan India. Although, the Desert Sled is a facelift variant and the Scrambler Nightshifts is the new addition to the Ducati Indian Line-up. The Nightshifts model replaces the Scrambler Café racer model and full-throttle models in the global Scrambler collection. The bike comes with a flat handlebar from 1100 Sports pro, number plate from the full-throttle model, a new bench seat, and multi-spoke alloy, with rearview mirrors from the Café racer model.
The Ducati Scrambler Nightshift comes with a blacked-out Theme and rides on a big 18-inch wheel at the front and a 17-inch wheel at the rear. The nightshift is simplistic in design appeal and the blacked theme gives a premium up-market vibe with an LED headlamps and aggressive black exhaust tailpipe. On the other hand, the 2021 Ducati Desert Sled pays tribute to the older version of the 1980s with a new sparkling blue ivory paint scheme just like in 1980s motorcycles, rather than vintage design. The bike is equipped with more advanced technologies to fulfill off-roading capabilities. The features list comprises the 19-inch front wheel and 17-inch rear wheel, adjustable suspensions, a new bench seat, a high fender, and so on.
The electronic aid list contains, off-roading modes, different riding modes, and a cornering ABS system. The Bike rides on, the fully adjustable forks at the front, and the adjustable shock absorber for pre-load and rebound. The braking is handled by a 330 mm disc on the front wheel with four-piston calipers and a 245 mm disc on the rear wheel with a single-piston floating caliper. The bike runs on Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tires and a wide, tall handlebar set up. Powering the bike is an 803 cc air-cooled L-twin engine developing a maximum power output of 73 HP at 8,250 Rpm and 66 Nm of peak torque at 5,750 Rpm.