Motorcycles has launched its new 2021 Street Scrambler in India. The new 2021
Street Scrambler now comes with an Euro 5 engine update delivering lower
emissions, and more premium custom style and detailing. The new Street
Scrambler is priced at Rs 9.35 lakh ex-showroom.
gets a new side panel with aluminium number board, a new heel guard, new
brushed aluminium headlight brackets, new adventure-oriented seat material, new
throttle body finishers and new contemporary paint schemes.
for the high specification equipment and advanced rider-focused technology, the
motorcycle comes with high specification Brembo 4-piston front brake caliper and
cartridge forks, dynamic Scrambler ergonomics and handling with wide handlebars
and 19” front wheel, dual purpose Metzeler Tourance tyres, accessible low 790mm
seat height, three riding modes (Road, Rain and Off-Road), switchable ABS and
switchable traction control and torque-assist clutch, distinctive LED rear
light, USB charger and immobiliser.
can also personalise the motorcycle with 120 genuine Triumph accessories.
Launched in 2017, the Street Scrambler’s incredible bloodline has an
unparalleled history that began in the early 1960’s. The original Bonneville
was credited with being a race winner straight out of the crate, and the bike
of choice for dirt and desert racers to strip and modify, giving rise to the
first dedicated scrambler factory specials including the Bonneville T-120TT.
Stripped back, lighter and more powerful, this was the bike that ignited the
to the Triumph line up in 2006, the Scrambler very quickly became the genesis
of a whole new sub-category. In 2017, the Street Scrambler added a unique
new 2021 Street Scrambler is powered by the 900cc high-torque Bonneville twin
cylinder engine, now updated to be fully compliant with the latest Euro 5
regulations. For the new 2021 generation, additional premium touches and
details have been added including the new aluminium number board with embossed
Street Scrambler logo, incorporated into the new side panel. The throttle body
finishers, heel guards and headlight brackets, all of which feature a brushed
aluminium finish, are also new for this latest generation of the Street
Scrambler, as well as the new leather and textile inspired seat covering.
Scrambler-defining details include the high grip ‘bear trap’ adventure style
foot pegs, the elegantly shaped tank with lockable cap and the minimal front
mudguard. As with all the bikes in Triumph’s Modern Classic family, the Street
Scrambler’s black coated engine features the signature-shaped Bonneville engine
covers with their Triumph makers-mark badge, complimented by a finned head and
2021 Street Scrambler is available in 3 premium paint schemes: the classic Jet
Black, a new contemporary Urban Grey or the new twin colour Matt Khaki and Matt
Ironstone scheme, featuring distinctive new tank graphics.
120mm of front and rear wheel travel, the high specification 41mm cartridge
forks and preload adjustable twin shocks enable the rider to feel confident and
comfortable on longer journeys, or when tackling light off-road surfaces. The
long-travel forks are finished with traditional rubber gaiters while the rear
suspension features grey springs and black shrouds, adding to the bike’s iconic
Street Scrambler’s 19” front and 17”rear blacked-out wire-spoked wheels are
equipped with dual purpose Metzeler Tourance tyres for great grip, durability
and precise handling in all conditions. The low 790mm seat height adds to the
confident feel and is complimented by a narrow stand-over width, enabling
riders to comfortably reach the ground when stationary, making this model
extremely accessible, easy to manoeuvre and fun for every type of rider.
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