The Bavarians nailed the urban scrambler style from the jump, and at the heart of the BMW Scrambler is a classic 1,170cc flat-twin engine doling out powerful torque and a unique sound. The air-and-oil-cooled opposed twin is also found in the GS, R, and RT models, with an identical output of 110 hp, but it does get a revised fuel map for the Scrambler. Making it feel a wee more dirtworthy is the requisite high-mount exhaust, slightly more suspension travel, rugged finishes, a more relaxed seating position, and a larger 19-inch front wheel typical of scramblers (though the wheels are cast). Non-scrambler bits include a monoshock, a traditional fork, and street-biased rubber, though all these can be upgraded (for a price). The R nineT Scrambler nails the look perfectly, but expect some compromise in the off-roading department; this is basically a 485 lb. streetike with better clearance. Its pricier, slightly heavier R nineT Urban G/S sibling is slightly more dirt-worthy, so at the end of the day it comes down to personal choice. More info here.