Triumph launches Street Scrambler in India with better engine capacity

Triumph a UK based motorcycle manufacturer has launched a new range of bikes named Street Scrambler in India, costing aroud Rs.8.10 Lakh.

Published: 24th August 2017 02:40 PM  |   Last Updated: 24th August 2017 03:00 PM   |  A+A-

The Street Scrambler has over 150 personalised accessories to choose from | Photo: Triumph Motorcycles website)

By Online Desk

Triumph, a UK-based motorcycle manufacturer has launched a new range of bikes named Street Scrambler in India, priced at around Rs.8.10 Lakh.

The Scrambler has features that include an interchangeable pillion seat and aluminium rear rack, removable pillion pegs and hangers, adventure style front pegs and bash plate, according to the official website of Triumph Motorcycles. Fitted with the 900cc Bonneville engine that makes 54hp and 80Nm of peak torque, the Street Scrambler delivers much more torque and power low down and in the mid-range, making it perfect to go around town and light off-roading.

A key update to the original Bonneville engine platform, the 900cc engine features a charismatic 270° firing interval for smooth, linear power delivery from the slick five-speed gearbox.

The new Street Scrambler comes with a large 19-inch wheel on the front and 17-inch wheel on the rear both of which have stylish steel blacked out hubs and rims. A further increase in specification comes from the new high-value 2-piston sliding axial Nissin caliper with machined branding.


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