Triumph Motorcycles India has added a new retro-naked motorcycle to its Indian product lineup. Called the Triumph Street Scrambler, this new bike is based on the Street Twin priced at Rs 8.10 lakh (ex-showroom, India). Most of its features and components have been carried over from the Street Twin. Though, the new Street Scrambler gets off-road specific features including large 19-inch front wheel with dual-purpose Metzeler Tourance tyres, spoked rims and new spiked foot-pegs. There is a USB charging socket mounted under the seat.
Braking capabilities of the all-new Triumph Street Scrambler are better than its donor sibling. What enhances its riding comfort is the narrower and lower seat. The bike also receives wider handlebars, longer rear shock absorbers and revised chassis. Powering this retro-naked machine is the 54bhp, 900cc parallel-twin SOHC engine borrowed from the Street Twin. In India, the new Street Scrambler will compete against the Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled.
Triumph Street Scrambler India Specifications
|Engine Type||Liquid cooled, 8-valve, SOHC parallel twin|
|Max Power||54bhp @ 6,000rpm|
|Max Torque||80Nm @ 2,850rpm|
Triumph’s new Street Scrambler shares its engine with the Street Twin – i.e. 900cc liquid-cooled, parallel-twin benefited with multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection technology. Though, this motor has been calibrated for generating more low-end power and deliver better throttle response. It can produce a top power of 54bhp at 6,000rpm and 80Nm of torque at 2,850rpm. This power unit is linked to a 5-speed gearbox and wet, multi-plate assist clutch. Read About – New Triumph Street Triple S 765
2017 Triumph Street Scrambler India Mileage
The new Triumph bike consumes 3.8-litre of fuel per 100km. However, this figure might vary in real driving conditions. The CO2 emission figures of the bike stand at 88.0g/km.
Triumph Street Scrambler Picture Gallery
Triumph Street Scrambler India Design
Featuring the Street Twin’s contemporary custom styling, the Street Scrambler shares a strong resemblance with its donor sibling. Though, it wears Bonneville silhouette with minimal bodywork and neat lines. The bike has modern finishes on the fuel tank and black sculpted engine covers with signature makers and engine badge. Elements such as unique header clamps, fined head and single throttle body with aluminium finisher add more its muscular appeal. The new Street Scrambler uses tubular steel cradle frame.
With features such as dual purpose Metzeler Tourance tyres, large 19-inch wheels and high level exhaust, it has got off-road capabilities over the Street Twin. There are some typical scrambler features including removable pillion pegs and hangers, an interchangeable pillion seat and aluminium rear rack, bash plate and adventure style front pegs. It also gets wide handlebars and low and narrow seat. This new motorcycle comes in a choice of three colour schemes – Jet Black, Korosi Red and Forzen Silver and Matt Khaki Green. In addition, Triumph is also offering over 150 accessories with the new Street Scrambler. Read: Triumph Tiger Explorer – All You Need To Know
Triumph Street Scrambler Brakes & Suspension System
Unlike the Street Twin, this new Scrambler gets switchable ABS (anti-lock braking system). It also gets switchable traction control and ride-by-ride wire. The longer rear shock absorbers enhance its damping capabilities. It gets 41mm KYB fork and twin KYB shocks suspension unit at the front and rear axles respectively. The rear one is pre-load adjustable. Braking system of the bike consists of single 310mm disc and floating Nissin two-piston calliper up front and a 255m disc with floating two-piston calliper rear brakes.
2017 Triumph Street Scrambler India Features
Longer rear shock absorbers
Larger front wheel
Adventure style rider footpegs
Removable pillion footpegs
Low and narrow seat
Interchangeable pillion seat with an aluminium rear rack
Triumph Street Scrambler
The all-new Triumph Street Scrambler retro-naked motorcycle derives its power from the 900cc parallel-twin SOHC engine carried over from the Street Twin. It also shares its platform and features with the Street Twin.