Ducati Scrambler 1100 Special For Sale

The 2018 Ducati Scrambler 1100 Special is one of three variants of the newer, larger, retro Scrambler bikes and is powered by a 1,079cc V-Twin engine which puts out 85bhp.

What Is It?

  • Looks great, low down torque
  • No "retro" TFT dash

It's powered by a Euro 4 compliant air/oil cooled 1,079cc V-Twin engine, producing 84.5bhp at 7,500rpm and maximum torque at just 4,750rpm.

Features include:

  • Steel tubular frame with Aluminium subframe and swingarm
  • Dual 320mm discs up front with Brembo M4.32 2 piston calipers
  • 245mm disc at the rear with Brembo single piston caliper
  • Bosch 9.1MP cornering ABS (always on)
  • Adjustable 45mm Marzocchi upside down fork with 150mm travel
  • Adjustable Kayaba rear shock with 150mm travel
  • Assist and slipper clutch, 4-level traction control
  • Ride modes: City (75bhp), Journey, Active
  • LED tail light, indicators and headlight surround
  • 2->1->2 exhaust system
  • 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator

Over the £10,700 base model Scrambler 1100 you get wire spoked wheels, lower black handlebars, a Chromed exhaust, silver swingarm and a plush brown seat but it's 5kg heavier.

The dash is reasonably basic in the era of colour TFT affairs but you do get a gear position indicator, Steel tank with interchangeable Aluminium covers, a cool LED position light around the edge of the headlight and a small underseat storage area with USB socket. The wire spoked 18" front wheel takes a Pirelli MT 60 RS 120/80 tyre and the rear a 180/55.

At the top of the range the £12,300 Scrambler 1100 Sport builds on the base model, which it weighs the same as, with the low black bars from the Special, a premium black seat, custom black/yellow paint job and Ohlins suspension.

Colours: Grey

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Check out this launch review from Bike World:

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