The new Triumph Street Scrambler India launch has finally taken place and the new motorcycle, which is basically based on the street twin, has gone on sale for an ex-showroom price of Rs 8.10 lakh The new Triumph motorcycle gets many features and components from the Triumph Street Twin. Even the specifications of the two motorcycles have many similarities. A few highlights, however, are the 19-inch front spoke wheel with dual-purpose Metzeler Tourance tyres, spiked foot-pegs and a USB charging hub that is positioned under the seat.
The new Triumph motorcycle in India shares its engine with the Street Twin. Hence, powering the Street Scrambler is the same 900cc, parallel-twin, SOHC engine that outputs a max. power of 54 BHP. The new bike gets better braes than its donor model. It also offers higher riding comfort due to its lower seat and a more comfortable riding posture. The new motorcycle goes on to rival the Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled.
Triumph Street Scrambler Price in India
|Price (ex-showroom)||Rs 8.10 Lakh|
The new Street Scrambler has an ex-showroom, Pan India price of Rs 8.10 lakh. The new motorcycle is available in just one variant. In India, it faces competition from the Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled.
Triumph Street Scrambler India Specifications
|Engine Description||900cc, Liquid-cooled, 8-valve, SOHC parallel twin|
|Maximum Power||54 BHP @ 6,000 RPM|
|Peak Torque||80 Nm @ 2,850 RPM|
The new Triumph Street Scrambler gets its juice from the same engine that also powers the Street Twin. This 900cc, parallel-twin, 8-valve engine outputs a max. power of 54 BHP @ 6,000 RPM and a peak torque of 80 Nm @ 2,850 RPM. It comes mated to a smooth shifting 5-speed manual transmission that comes with a wet, multi-plate assist clutch. The engine offers a strong grunt at very low engine speeds. The throttle response is very quick and precise.
Triumph Street Triple India Images
Triumph Street Triple India Mileage
|Mileage (claimed)||26.31 KMPL|
The new Triumph bike in India consumes 3.8-litres of Petrol every 100 KMs. So, basically, the Street Scrambler has an average mileage of 26.31 KMPL. Of course, these are company-claimed figures and are likely to vary as per the usage. The new motorcycle has low CO2 emissions of 88.0 grams per kilometre.
Triumph Street Scrambler India Features
- Long Travel Suspension
- Updated Chassis
- Low and Narrow Seat
- Interchangeable Pillion Seat with an Aluminium Rear Rack
- Spiked Footpegs
- Wide Handlebars
- Dual-purpose Tyres
- Larger Front Wheel
- Removable Pillion Foot-pegs
- Bash plate
2017 Triumph Street Scrambler India Design
As you must have understood by now, the new motorcycle shares in plenty with the Street Twin. No surprise then, that, the new model even has quite a resemblance with the donor model. In essence, it has a very clean design with neat lines and minimal design. The high-placed exhaust pipes give this bikes its distinct visual character. The design has a hint of everything from the Bonneville to the Thruxton. Most styling elements have been given a high attention to detail and do their fair bit in making this bike look special. Bits like the bespoke exhaust shied, high position for the exhaust pipes, black front mud guard, black-painted engine and round mirrors give this bike a unique character. The new motorcycle is built on a tubular steel cradle frame.
Thanks to features such as the 19-inch spoke wheels, Metzeler Tourance dual-purpose tyres and the high placed exhaust, the new Street Scrambler offers decent off road capabilities. Furthermore, the quick throttle response and the strong low-end grunt help this motorcycle trod along effortlessly off the road. Adjustable foot pegs, removable rear foot pegs, a bash plate and an aluminium rear rack make this bike all the more practical for the dual-purpose use. The new motorcycle has gone on sale with four colour options-
- Jet Black
- Korosi Red
- Forzen Silver
- Matt Khaki Green
The UK-based motorcycle company is also offering as many as 150 accessories for its new 2017 Street Scrambler.
2017 Triumph Street Scrambler India – More Tech Specs
While the 2017 Scrambler shares many components with the Street Twin, there are some differences that help this bike apt for dual-purpose use. The new motorcycle gets a switchable ABS (anti-lock braking system). It also gets ride-by-wire and a switchable traction control. The shock absorbers offer a longer travel, which means they won’t bottom out while tacking undulations. The motorcycle gets 41mm KYB forks up front and twin KYB shock absorbers at the rear. Braking duties on the new motorcycle are courtesy of a single 310 mm disc brake with a floating type Nissin two-piston calliper at the front wheel and a 255 mm disc with floating-type Nissin two-piston calliper at the rear.
Stay tuned for more on the new 2017 Triumph Street Scrambler motorcycle.