Ducati Unveiled The Scrambler Sixty2. The Lowest Capacity And Most Affordable Ducati.

ducati62rearducati62At the ongoing EICMA show ((Esposizione Internazionale Ciclo Motociclo e Accessori) in Milano Italy, Ducati just unveiled 7 new motorcycles, included the much anticipated Sixty2, the most affordable model of the Ducati lineup. Much of Ducati’s recent resurgence is attributed to the popular Scrambler.

In Milano, 2 new Scramblers were unveiled: the Scrambler Flat Track Pro, a sporty version of the standard 803cc Scrambler and featuring new Termignoni exhaust and flatter handlebars. The Scrambler Sixty2, the lowest capacity and the most affordable Ducati model equipped with a Euro4 rated, 399cc, V-Twin engine that’s good for 41bhp of power and 34Nm of torque. The Sixty2 retains Ducati’s signature L-Twin configuration and there’s a wet, cable-actuated clutch, six-speed gearbox and chain final drive which s power to the rear wheel.

As I often mentioned during the last 2 years, smaller displacement motorcycles is the new strategy of most manufacturers to attract younger riders, female, both in the US, Europe & Asia (think India.) Ducati introduced the Sixty2 explaining that it draws inspiration from youth street culture, skateboards, street food, pop music and the year 1962, which is when the very first Ducati Scrambler was launched. The name, therefore, is a tribute to an important year of the Ducati Scrambler motorcycle history.


4 Responses to “Ducati Unveiled The Scrambler Sixty2. The Lowest Capacity And Most Affordable Ducati.”

  1. 1 Nov 18th, 2015 at 4:25 am

    I must say that the Scrambler 62 is the low profile Ducati. The great thing about it is that it has a class of its own. It is perfect for the non-pro motorcycle riders. Still, I think there is so much to love about this version. I find it the better choice than other motorcycle brands and because it’s affordable than other Ducati motorcycles, I’m sure that it can easily create excitement.

  2. 2 Matt W. Nov 18th, 2015 at 2:49 pm

    Pretty sweet. What’s the MSRP? Did I miss it?

  3. 3 Nov 19th, 2015 at 8:37 am

    How much does it weigh/ ..Z

  4. 4 Emmett Nov 19th, 2015 at 2:48 pm

    Would also like to know the seat height. I like the bike but am short in the inseam department.

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