Ducati Scrambler 400: is a version designed for the carnet A2?

Seems that in Ducati are preparing a bike of medium displacement, a new version of the Ducati Scrambler ready to become the perfect candidate for those looking for a bike retro valid for the card A2.

we Can imagine it with a price close to € 6,000. The Ducati Scrambler 800cc has a starting price of 8.350 euros and has 4 different versions.

From Motorcycling Italy and of the hand of Motorpasión Bike was outlined in the first strokes of what appears to be a Ducati Scrambler 400, an alternative we would offer a view even closer to the original model, which we recall had a maximum displacement of 450cc beyond the versions of 125, 250 and 350 cc.

This new version would be animated by a propeller below the 47 horses that is limited to the carnet A2 and to offer us a hand cycle is more simple, with a fork conventional instead of inverted, which currently offers the Ducati Scrambler.

When will we see? Is still an unknown, there has been no official statement on the matter or rumors which dare already to predict any date.

On the Ducati Scrambler…

The Ducati Scrambler revives the concept of the bike of the same name that the Italian firm comercializón in the years 60-70. As that offers us a perspective of entertainment, easy-to-use features, now from a classical perspective clear. Mechanically it features a twin-cylinder 90 degrees 803cc with a power of 75 hp.

you Can know all the details of the new Ducati Scrambler on the article “Ducati Scrambler 2014, all of the details: it revives the spíritu scrambler!”.