Ducati Scrambler Icon For Sale
The 2015 Ducati Scrambler Icon is a retro style bike and the base level of the many Scrambler variants. It's powered by an 803cc V-Twin engine which puts out 75bhp and saw a minor update for 2019.
What Is It?
- Small, easy to handle, looks great, lots of torque
- Jerky throttle at slow speeds, seat comfort, suspension
The scrambler arrived in four versions in 2015 with another three added in 2016. They are all powered by an air-cooled 803cc V-Twin engine producing 75bhp at 8,250rpm and maximum torque at 5,750rpm. The Icon is the base spec and RRP is £7,250 in yellow / £7,350 in red.
Common features include:
- Tubular Steel trellis frame
- Steel tank with interchangeable covers
- 330mm disc up front with Brembo radial 2 piston caliper
- 245mm disc at the rear with Brembo single piston caliper
- 41mm Kayaba upside down fork with 150mm travel
- Rear Kayaba shock with 150mm travel and pre-load adjustment
- LCD dash with interchangeable surround
- 6 speed gearbox and fuel injection
- LED rear light
Both wheels are 10 spoke Aluminium with the 18" front taking 110/80 rubber and the rear 17" wheel 180/55. The small underseat storage has a handy USB socket for your phone and the headlight is surrounded by an LED light ring. Options include a lower 770mm seat.
Available colours: Red, yellow, silver
Scrambler Full Throttle: Termignoni silencer, lower bars, mini front mudguard and black fuel tank.
Scrambler Classic: Wire wheels, vintage style seat and small front mudguard.
Scrambler Urban Enduro: Fork protectors, higher front mudguard, sump guard and cross bar to stiffen the handlebars.
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