At 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 feeds power to the rear wheel. Continue reading ‘Ducati Unveiled The Scrambler Sixty2. The Lowest Capacity And Most Affordable Ducati.’