British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles has launched
their all new Street Scrambler in India for Rs. 8.10 lakh (ex-showroom pan
India). The Street Scrambler gets the distinctive Bonneville looks with a wider
handlebar, minimal bodywork and a lower seat height.
The new Street Scrambler gets the liquid-cooled 900cc
Bonneville engine that now comes with a 270°
firing interval. The engine is mated to a five speed gearbox and develops more
torque and power in the mid ranges. The maximum power and torque figures stand
a 54hp and 80Nm, respectively. Being a Triumph motorcycle, the Street Scrambler
is loaded with features such as Ride-by-wire system, a torque assist clutch,
switchable traction control & ABS, USB charging port and much more. With
the aim of catering to both daily commutes and light off-roading, the Street Scrambler
gets dual purpose Metzler Tourance 19 inch wheel at the front
and a 17 inch in the rear. You can enjoy your ride on the Street Scrambler
while rocking to the distinctive Scrambler soundtrack coming from the high level twin Scrambler exhaust. Suspension duties are handled by twin
telescopic forks at the front and two adjustable springs in the rear. As
expected from a motorcycle of this calibre, you get single discs for both the
front and rear wheels.
Customers will have the choice of customising their Street
Scrambler with 150 accessories including off road accessories such as adjustable rear piggy back FOX shocks with threaded pre-load adjustment
and 24 position compression damping, black glass-filled nylon headlight grill
with a pressed steel matt black finish bezel, and a forged and machined aluminium
handlebar brace in a black anodised finish (fitted with a stylish black or
brown vinyl bar pad embroidered with the Triumph logo).
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