2020 Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 | First Ride – Kiến thức về xe mới cập nhật

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2020 Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 | First Ride
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50 thoughts on “2020 Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 | First Ride – Kiến thức về xe mới cập nhật

  1. boardmember11 says:

    This is great vid chase spot on. I got my Sixty2 2 weeks ago because of this vodeo and now 2 weeks later, i watched it again. The engine whistle, the throttle play, and the fun experience. Im a newbie coming from a 300cc and i think this bike just fits my needs as an all around, daily commuter bike. About the missing gear and fuel indicators, thats because Ducati wants consumers to buy the 803cc! 😇

  2. K T says:

    My driving school uses those, learning to ride on one! I think this motobike is mostly aimed at Europeans, we have a 47,5hp limit the first two years of riding and this bike it the only one Ducati offers under that limit as far as I know. But yeah, it's expensive…

  3. InVidia Gaemz says:

    I own that bike as mu first bike and I agree with the gear shift…neutral is also difficult to find. Tip: you can find neutral easier if its done before coming to a complete stop. But in general, its a great bike.

  4. William Johonson says:

    Seriously , check and adjust the controls to suit before you ride the bike it's not difficult , it's a 400 so you have to use the revs to get it on the boil , you should try a 250 you have to ride em like a 2 stroke , great fun , anyway I repair and ride for a living and after 40 years in the bike business I still enjoy riding the latest stuff : )

  5. Mustafa Al-Barghouthi says:

    Love the laughs with every throttle opening
    Good job man,

    Regarding the Sixty2 cons you had mentioned, I am totally agree with you about it,

    And that's the reason why I am thinking to skip the Sixty2 and go with the Icon Dark as my first bike

    Also wiill you make a video for Icon Dark or the Icon, may it will be very helpful for me

    Thanks again ❤️❤️

  6. Gary Mapp says:

    I’ve owned the black Sixty2 for 3 years and I’ve modified the hell out of it. I would pretty much agree with everything you’ve said during your review. I live in London and the Sixty2 is prefect for commuting around our very congested roads. Also I get so many good comments and looks from other road users all the time. I’m planning on buying a Monster 821 in the future to add to my Sixty2.

  7. Walter Knight says:

    20 years experience mostly on Honda VFR/CBR models. Did a "downsize" after a few years off and had one of these for a couple years, put over 10K miles. Nice job of making a few key points about what make this bike great: you can full throttle wind out a small bike on the street, it sounds great and nobody will know it's a 400 except other Ducati riders…

    I sold it for a few things that never come up in reviews:
    1) Ducati scheduled maintenance is expensive IF you're going to use it as a daily commuter – the sweet spot for these is to ride about 3-4K miles per year – make them fun ones. I ballparked dealership maintenance by the book at ~20c/mile. Just rode 100 miles? Put $20 in your maintenance fund! Think about that…
    2) Unscheduled maintenance happens – in my 20 years I've never had to have so much random crap done (end cap on exhaust fell off, bike stalled when cold with less than 2K miles, etc.) Was starting to deposit a little oil around the top spark plug when I parted with it. All normal stuff for a Ducati.
    3) <40 MPG if you do a lot of freeway miles. Whoops! I think even an Icon does better.

    Nice review though I think you nailed it – a great bike for a well to do weekend rider and the occasional commute. Oh and it will scrape the pipe before the footpegs go down – I've ditched a fair few SuperSports if the road is tight enough (15-35mph corners).

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