While we’re talking cons, I say minus points for the Scrambler’s instrumentation. The single gauge is clean and simple, which I can appreciate, but it also leaves out stuff I like—namely a tachometer, gear-position indicator, and air temp. Yes, all things that are easy to live without, I admit, but then again this is a $13,000 bike. Am I asking too much? It’s right about now you’ll start doing the quick math for how much cheaper the Scrambler is than a standard nineT, so I won’t make you look it up: $2,095, Two grand, plus a Benjamin minus a latte, is what you stand to save. That’s not nothing.