Ducati Scrambler 2023 with updates

New Ducati Scrambler year 2023 came with updates. Keep reading and check out the news of this new Ducati model!

THE Ducati also updated its tweak to keep the icon a self-expression canvas for those who feel the need to self-express. If you're already lost, don't worry, just make sure you include your preferred pronouns on your badge. I will be your guide through these murky waters.

Styling updates, a ride-by-wire throttle and a few things to complement it. I thought that was all that was new for the 2023 Ducati Scrambler.

So, of course, when Ducati told me the machine was 70% new, my brain spit its proverbial coffee inside my skull and forced me to pay attention for the rest of the presentation – a presentation that was made into a full game show format. with bells, hosts and prizes.

In 2023, Ducati thought it was worth it to make a series of styling updates that include a redesign of the tank, headlight, body panels, wheels and even the swingarm because a regular center mounted shock was too basic, apparently.

In addition to new styling components that allow for a total of nine color options, the Ducati Scrambler also slimmed down the rear end with a new bolt-on subframe, added a new dash and headlight design that highlights the black X, and redirected the exhaust for comfort. from the pilot. Lighter cast wheels are used and engine covers have been updated.

With the RbW throttle, Ducati has also equipped the now ubiquitous TFT display (all 4.3 inches of it) for you to navigate between two riding modes, four levels of traction control (on or off) and three power level settings. An accessory Bluetooth module is also available to connect your phone.

We're told it still makes 73 hp at 8,250 rpm like the previous model, but peak torque is now 7,000 rpm – a drop of seven whole tenths from before.

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Likewise, the suspension remains the same Kayaba units as before, giving 5.9 inches of travel at each end, and the single 330mm front/245mm rear rotor does the job very well with Brembo calipers.

The single 330mm Brembo-squozen front disc works better than it should and the rear is also easy to modulate on the Ducati Scrambler.

The story still is, with the icon of Ducati Scrambler, you get what you see. It's a basic, easy-to-use motorcycle that rides really well – it's just a little less basic than before.

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Source: Motorcycle