Of course, where the height is concerned, one man's meat is another (wo)man's poison. When I first heard about the new Scrambler I didn't take much interest, other than noting to my (much taller) husband that it looked good. That was because I assumed that it would have a seriously high seat, in common with most other bikes in a similar vein. It was only, by chance, when I read a brief road test in mid-January that I realised that it was actually very low (and light) ... and the rest is history.
If it was an inch taller, I could still have bought it, but I would have wanted the optional lower seat. Even shorter riders though, like @littleowl
's wife, wouldn't be comfortable with it, even with the lower seat.