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Ducati has revealed its newest addition to the Scrambler models, the Scrambler Hashtag. The Italian bike manufacturer is looking to cater to the click-to-buy generation as the bike will be sold online on Scramblerducati.com. Ducati will sell the Scrambler Hashtag initially in France, Italy, Portugal and Spain initially and later in other European countries. Currently, it is unclear if Ducati will launch the Scrambler Hashtag in India.
The Ducati Scrambler Hashtag is not a limited edition model, and one can book the bike at a price of 500 GBP (Rs 45,300 approx.) and receive a voucher, which the customer has to present at the nearest Ducati dealership to purchase the motorcycle. The Ducati Scrambler Hashtag is priced at 6,990 GBP (Rs 6.3 lakh approx.).
Regarding design, the new Ducati Scrambler Hashtag looks similar to the Scrambler Sixty2, with a blacked out colour scheme and orange lettering on either side of the fuel tank. Apart from these updates, the bike does not boast of any changes to its specifications or features.
Mechanically, the Ducati Scrambler Hashtag draws power from a 399cc L-Twin engine that produces 40.3bhp and 34.3Nm of torque, while the unit comes paired with a 6-speed gearbox. Suspension duties are carried out by conventional telescopic front forks at the front and mono shock at the rear. As for brakes, the Scrambler Hashtag gets a 320mm disc brake at the front along with a 245mm disc unit at the rear.
Additionally, Ducati is offering 20 percent discount on Scrambler apparel and official Sixty2 accessories. For India, it's unlikely that Ducati will launch the Scrambler Hashtag as Ducati does not sell the Scrambler Sixty2 in India.
DriveSpark Thoughts About The Ducati Scrambler Hashtag
As mentioned, Ducati is looking to target millennials with the Scrambler Hashtag. While the bike manufacturer has made it easier to book the bike, one has to walk into a dealership to buy the bike. That said, the Scrambler Hashtag is a brilliant looking bike with its Orange lettering.