Ducati Scrambler is a unique model from Ducati that features an innovative design and mode
technology. Dragster 800RR by MV Agusta is featured with a radically shaped triple which is the signature style present in all Agusta bikes. Let us go to a detailed comparison of the two bikes:
Dragster 800 RR gives 16.5kmpl mileage while the other one gives 16kmpl. So the first one will run a little more using the same amount of fuel.
The engine of the Ducati bike uses a L-Twin cylinder, Desmodromic Distribution with 2 Valves Per Cylinder and is air cooled. The other one has a four stroke, in-line three cylinder and uses the same air cooling technology.
The maximum torque that the Scrambler is capable of producing is 88 Nm @ 4750 rpm along with a power of 86PS at 7500rppm while Dragster produces 85Nm @ 10100 rpm and makes 138 bhp @ 13100 rpm. It is also featured with manual transmission. One of the unique features to look at the Ducati bike is the under-seat storage compartment that also comes with a USB-socket. Also, both run on the same fuel, petrol.
So far as the front brake, rear brake, starting and wheel type are conce
ed, both the cars come with somewhat similar features. However, in terms of displacement, Ducati beats the Scrambler since the displacement offered by the former is 1079 and that by the latter is 798cc.
Last but not the least, coming to the price. The Dragster will cost you about Rs12,70,000 ex-showroom the Scrambler will come at Rs 11,00,000. This is one area where Ducati definitely has an edge over the other one since it provides similar features (with just a few differences) at a lower price. So, now it is up to you to decide which bike you will choose considering the slight difference in features. If you have a special fascination about Agusta, you may go with it. On the other hand, if it is the price that matters for you, you may go with Ducati.
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