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Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 review

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Manufacturer:
Ducati
Category:
Modern Classics
Price:
£ 6450
Overall
Not rated
I'm giving the Scrambler Sixty2 the thumbs up, it's a premium product at a premium price but with the performance and styling to justify it.

DUCATI has a hit on its hands and I get the impression even it is surprised by the level of its own success. 16,000 Scramblers were sold last year, enough to propel Ducati into the top ten worldwide sales chart of bikes over 500cc for the first time in its history.

The Scrambler has never been just a bike, it's a brand and the entry-level Sixty2 is the first brand extension. This 400cc V-twin is designed to engage younger riders who might be intimidated by the 75hp 800cc Scrambler. Currently the average age of the Scrambler owner is 37, according to Ducati, and it wants to drive this figure down, weedling out a few more of those unsightly grey hairs.

Click here to read the rest of our Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 review.

DUCATI has a hit on its hands and I get the impression even it is surprised by the level of its own success. 16,000 Scramblers were sold last year, enough to propel Ducati into the top ten worldwide sales chart of bikes over 500cc for the first time in its history.

The Scrambler has never been just a bike, it's a brand and the entry-level Sixty2 is the first brand extension. This 400cc V-twin is designed to engage younger riders who might be intimidated by the 75hp 800cc Scrambler. Currently the average age of the Scrambler owner is 37, according to Ducati, and it wants to drive this figure down, weedling out a few more of those unsightly grey hairs.

Click here to read the rest of our Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 review.

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