I had an order for the drab green (Enduro) model but after seeing it in person at the NYC show I realized it is a much lighter color green than the Ducati photos would have you believe. I switched my ordr to the classic because of this.I love it. Particularly the drab green (almost army looking) one. :yo: Dissappointed it doesn't have comparative power to the air cooled Hyper which uses same engine though. However, if I didn't have my Hyper I'd be on one for sure!
Seems that most people who are buying one already own Ducati's . Buying a Ducati to tell your friends you ride a Ducati sounds fucked up to me is this a new thing ?I'm not buying one (or any bike for a while) but I really like it. I much prefer it to the Monster as Ducati's entry level bike, because to me… (with many exceptions) the Monster mostly seemed to appeal to people who wanted the prestige of the Ducati name without having to...
A. spend more money on a model with a current technology engine.
B. buy an older model and learn how to maintain it themselves.
The Monster was the "least commitment required" way to be able to tell your friends… "I ride a Ducati".
It was more about it being an obtainable, rolling, Ducati emblem.
The Scrambler seems to be more about being a Scrambler.