Triumph Street Scrambler On road prices
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Triumph Street Scrambler Overview
Holding an amazing lineup of motorcycles in the country, Triumph has now been updated by adding their new Triumph Street Scrambler, a bike that, the company says, has been designed to deliver a more purposeful and beautiful Scrambler. Its classic design and those two gun-like exhaust pipes that are quite uplifted from the ground make it feel like a big boy. This new Scrambler comes with a new Scrambler chassis. Triumph says that Scramblers are off-road concerns of a classic motorcycle and yes, it is true.
Triumph Street Scrambler Engine & Transmission
This hunk comes with Triumph’s traditional 900 cc, liquid-cooled, parallel twin engine that pops 55 bhp of power at 6000 rpm and 80 Nm of torque at 2850 rpm. This power bank engine is mated to a 5-speed gear box having a Torque-Assist Clutch. This 270-degree firing order sounds so sweet to human ear that one can just feel good by listening to the engine.
Triumph Street Scrambler Mileage
At a price tag of Rs. 8.10 Lakh (Ex-showroom Price, New Delhi), the Street Scrambler is available in three colours: Jet Black, Korosi Red with Frozen Silver and Matt Khaki Green. The mileage is claimed to be around 18 kmpl with a fuel tank capacity of 12 L, which gives a riding range of around 261 km, which is just decent enough. The features like Interchangeable pillion seat and aluminum rack with removable pillion pegs, latest Nissin branded twin piston sliding caliper, switchable ABS, switchable traction control, Ride By Wire, Torque-Assist Clutch, immobilizer, LED rear light, USB power socket, and Trip Computer will impress you if the riding range does not.
Triumph Street Scrambler Performance and Handling
The high torque motor gives one the confidence to take on challenges or obstacles. Then you have torque assist clutch, which makes gear shifting super smooth and easy. The new seat is well padded, providing excellent room and comfort to the rider. Coming down to the brakes at the front, there is a 310 mm single disc and for the rear, there is a 255 mm disc, both having ABS.