Pending the big reveal at the EICMA show in Milan in November, Ducati has teased two new Scrambler models – the Cafe Racer and Desert Sled. Details are sketchy at the moment, which is not surprising, but it can be assumed the Cafe Racer model will probably feature clip-on or turned down handlebars, and with the provision of adding a Manx style race half-fairing.

The Desert Racer will probably come with knobby tyres, and slightly raised suspension. Ducati’s Scrambler range – designed to appeal to the young, hipster crowd – comes in two flavours, an 800 cc or 400 cc V-twin, with stripped down styling reminiscent of the 1962 Ducati Scrambler.


Featuring the last of the air-cooled Desmodue V-twins, the Ducati Scrambler comes with an extensive range of accessories from the official Ducati catalogue, and a wide selection of lifestyle items.We reviewd the 2016 Ducati Scrambler Icon earlier this year, and found ti to be a fun bike to ride, with the legendary Ducati handling.

There are currently four models of the Scrambler Ducati available in Malaysia – the Icon at RM63,999, the Full Throttle, the Urban Enduro and the Classic, all at RM69,999. The 400 cc Scrambler Sixty2 goes for RM52,999.