Ducati is all set to make its re-entry into the Indian car market. While the company is yet to announce the launch details, prices of the highly-rated Scrambler and rest of its India line-up have been leaked on the web. The Scrambler is the most affordable Ducati to be launched in the market. The Icon Red variant of the bike will be priced at Rs. 6.38 lakh, while the Icon Yellow will cost around Rs. 10,000 extra.
The Scramble is powered by an 803cc V-twin engine that also powers the Monster 796. This engine is capable of producing 75bhp at 8250rpm and a peak torque of 68Nm at 5,750rpm. Power is transferred to roads via a six-speed gearbox. Ducati will also bring the new Monster 821, 795, 796 and the 1200. The Monster will be the second affordable bike from the Italian Marquee and it will be priced at Rs. 6.98 lakh. The Monster range prices will stretch up to Rs. 25.75 lakh for the 1200 S Stripe. This bike will come to India as CBU (Completely Built Unit).
The Italian maker will also introduce the Multistrada, which will be priced in the range of Rs. 14.02 lakh to Rs. 20.61 lakh. Two variants of the Hypermotard will also be launched in our market. While the standard variant is tagged at Rs. 10 lakh, the Ducati Corse liveried Hypermotard SP (Safety Pack) will be tagged at Rs. 19 lakh. This variant features racing components and Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tyres.
Ducati Cruiser Diavel will also make its way to our market, which will be priced at Rs. 13.82 lakh. The top-spec Diavel will come as a CBU unit and will be tagged at Rs. 37.20 lakh. The flagship Ducati Panigale R will come to India in limited number and will cost Rs. 46.25 lakh. The lower-spec variants- 899 Panigale is likely to be tagged at Rs. 13 lakh. All the prices are ex-showroom Delhi and Haryana.