2023 introduces one of the biggest updates to the Ducati Scrambler line since its inception some eight years ago. The Scrambler 803 cc model has received a suite of updates while seemingly retaining everything that Scrambler fans have loved. For this year, the Scrambler can be bought in three variations, each similar but with a unique twist – they are the Icon, the Nightshift, and the Full Throttle models.
The 2023 Scrambler uses an updated version of the old 803 cc air-cooled V-Twin that has been found in the bike from the start. Changes to the engine include new casings, which help it to be lighter while staying just as strong as ever. Additionally, the exhaust system and transmission have also been updated. Ducati‘ claims that this power plant produces a 73HP and 48.1 lb-ft of torque. Not earth-shattering numbers in today’s world, but enough to have some fun, no doubt.
While this retro flat track-inspired ride is fairly bare bones, it wouldn’t be an Italian motorcycle without some top-of-the-line goodies. Features on the 2023 Scrambler include but aren’t limited to, a 4.3” TFT colour display, Full LED lighting, and ABS. Each model comes standard with a set of Pirelli rubber wrapped around a 17” wheel in the back and an 18” in the front.
Each of the three model offerings is unique among the 2023 Ducati family, whether it be the flashy Icon, the dark and brooding Nightshift, or the race-inspired Full Throttle.
For starters, the Icon, which is possibly the most basic of the trio, features a comfortable upright seating position, and can be optioned in a total of nine different colour configurations, thanks to three paint colours and six removable “cover kits”.
The Nightshift is the classiest model, featuring dark colours and black accents. The bike comes standard with A drag-style handlebar, bar end mirrors, and unique wire-spoked wheels (compared to the more modern wheels found on the other two bikes). The Nightshift is only available in “Nebula Blue” with a stitched brown leather seat.
The final model is called the Full Throttle, this bike takes clear inspiration from flat track racing, featuring a more aggressive riding position, a sump guard, and a red racing-inspired livery complete with some large racing number side panels, which bear the number 62, an obvious nod to the year the original Ducati Scrambler came out. This model also comes with a Termignoni exhaust silencer and a dual-direction quick shifter, while the other two models can only get those as add-ons.
The 2023 Ducati Scrambler Icon starts at $10,995 USD / $12,995 CAD
The 2023 Ducati Scrambler Nightshift starts at $12,195 USD / $14,095 CAD
The 2023 Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle starts at $12,195 USD / $14,095 CAD.
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