If you bought one new, you paid at least $11k for one. But now you can pick up a Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle for more than half-off that price if you search around… especially if the one you’re looking at was dropped. The Full Throttle model is aimed to fulfill your flat-track desires. It seems that Ducati dropped the Full Throttle for the current Scrambler lineup, but there are still plenty of great options. In fact, the lowest-priced version starts at right around $9k. But the one you see here? The asking price is $5,900.
2016 Ducati Full Throttle. I purchased this about 2 years ago and customized it.
Band new Megello seat and side plates.
Tank was cerakoted a few months ago and looks amazing.
New Enduro from mud guard and shock guards to beaf up.
Replaced black exhaust covers.
Bike was laid down before I purchased it and odometer was broken and replaced. Total is therefore salvaged but bike is in excellent condition and runs and looks perfect.
The Scrambler Full Throttle packs an 803-cc V-Twin and will rip off 0-60 runs in under four seconds. It looks the business, if slightly hipster-styled, and can be optioned to run well on the asphalt, the dirt, or a mix of both. And if the dropped damage was fixed correctly and you can talk down that asking price, you could have a fun machine on your hands.
Hopefully, you can talk them way down though… it does have a salvage title now.