It is difficult to pick the most significant model from Ducati’s wave of new and revised models for 2016. The most interesting from a volume perspective is the Scrambler Sixty2 which is a new model within the Scrambler family. The original Scrambler, already a bargain priced Ducati, is now joined by an even more price accessible machine that falls into the growing sub-400cc segment. Suddenly the small displacement niche is represented by all the major European brands with the exception of Triumph which must be keeping a close eye on the category especially as Ducati already managed to out hip the retro category when the Scrambler appeared in the Bonneville’s wheelhouse. The motor in the Sixty2 (named for the first year of Ducati Scrambler production) is an aircooled 399cc L-twin producing 41 hp. Other goodies include Showa forks, a steel tank, ABS and a selection of three jelly bean vibrant colours.