Iconic Italian manufacture- Ducati will soon make an official re-entry to the Indian automobile space , backed by their parent company Audi. The manufacturer will make affordability one of their main criterion this time around, which is reflected in the non-official pricelist we’ve got our hands on. At prices starting from Rs 6.3 lakhs , The Scrambler will be their cheapest offering and will be placed in a (price)segment that will see lots of action the coming months.
The scrambler is one of the most iconic motorcycles to have come out of the Ducati stable , and its modern day incarnation seems just as potent. The motorcycle on launch will compete with the likes of the Kawasaki Ninja 650 , Benelli TNT 600i and the Honda CBR650f. For the very same reason , we are bringing you this article which provides a very detailed spec-comparison between the aforementioned motorcycles.
The Kawasaki Ninja 650 is the most affordable/popular bike in the list , but is also the least powerful . It has been around for sometime now . The Honda CBR650F and the DSK-Benelli TNT 600i are upcoming motorcycles to the country , both of which have in-line 4-cylinder mills producing top of 80 PS of power.
|Ducati Scrambler vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Kawasaki Ninja 650R vs Honda CBR650F|
|Ducati Scrambler||Benelli TNT 600i||Kawasaki Ninja 650R||Honda CBR650F|
|ENGINE||806 cc L-Twin , 2 valve per cylinder , 4 stroke , air cooled||600cc inline 4 cylinder , 4 stroke , 4 valve per cylinder ,Liquid cooled||649 cc Parallel-Twin , 4 valve per cylinder , 4 stroke , liquid cooled||649 cc in-line 4 cylinder , 4 valve per cylinder , 4 stroke , liquid cooled|
|POWER/ RPM||74 Bhp @ 8250 rpm||80.4 Bhp @ 11500||71 Bhp @ 8500 rpm||85.8 BHP @ 11000 rpm|
|TORQUE / RPM||68 Nm @ 5750 rpm||52 Nm @ 10500 rpm||64 Nm @ 7000rpm||63 NM @ 8000 rpm|
Detailed Specification is given Below :
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