Triumph Motorcycles India have launched the all-new 2017 Street Scrambler in India. The Scrambler is a fun, go-anywhere rendition of the Bonneville while also bringing a significant update in capability and style to the iconic Triumph Scrambler. The new Scrambler is made to offer the Scrambler style along with unique features and detailing. The new Street Scrambler gets the Bonneville silhouette and fuses it with with clean lines, minimal bodywork and modern finishes. Interesting details include the elegant fuel tank with locking cap, black sculpted engine covers with the Triumph makers mark and engine badge, single throttle body with aluminium finisher and distinctive fined head and header clamps.
Key highlights of the all-new Triumph Scrambler are provided below
- Interchangeable pillion seat and aluminium rear rack as standard
- Removable pillion pegs and hangers
- Steel high grip ‘Bear Trap’ adventure style front foot pegs
- All terrain style bash plate
- Ribbed Alcantara-style twin seat with contrast stitching and Triumph embossed logo
- Aluminium headlight bracket and black headlight bezel
- Distinctive competition inspired number-board side panel
- New front mudguard mounts to suit the larger wheel
- Unique detailed dual compound rubber knee pads for enhanced grip
- New contemporary mirrors
- Details include unique gun-metal finish engine badges, real brushed aluminium tank logo decals and black headlight bezel
- Available in three paint schemes – Jet Black, Matt Khaki Green and Korosi Red and Frozen Silver with jet black hand painted coach lining and unique tank decals
The Scrambler is powered by the 900cc Bonneville high torque engine with 54 hp of power and 80 Nm of torque. The Street Scrambler, however, delivers more torque and power low down and in the mid-range, perfect for around town and light off-roading. The 900cc liquid cooled engine gets a 270° firing interval for linear power delivery and is mated to a five-speed gearbox.
The motorcycle gets modern electronics such as ride-by-wire fuel injection, switchable traction control, switchable ABS and a torque-assist clutch for comfortable operation of the clutch lever. The street Scrambler gets extended service interval of 16,000 km which is aimed at reducing the overall cost of ownership.
The Scrambler’s design highlight is its all new, more compact, high level twin Scrambler exhaust in beautiful stainless steel. It is designed to deliver a unique scrambler soundtrack. True to Scrambler styling the exhaust features an intricate header run that cleverly integrates the cat box and is finished off with brushed stainless steel silencers with stylish contrasting black heat shields.
In addition to the features mentioned above, the Street Scrambler also gets LED rear lights, engine immobilizer and a USB charging socker underneath the seat. The instrument console of the new Triumph Street Scrambler gets the following features
- Rev counter
- Gear position indicator
- Two trip settings
- Service indicator
- Range to empty
- Fuel level
- Average and current fuel consumption
- Traction control settings
The Scrambler’s chassis and suspension has been designed exclusively for this specific model for better capability off the the road. The new Street Scrambler chassis set-up is meant to offer a neutral and easy rider. The ergonomics have been tuned to match the Scrambler character too. The bike lends itself for easy maneuverability with the seat height considerably lower than the previous model. The idea here is to make it an accessible machine for every type of rider.
The bike gets customized front forks and rear suspension units which raise the back end for addition ride height. The wider, tapered aluminium handlebars and larger sized wire spoked wheels further highlight the off-road orientation of the machine. The new Street Scrambler comes with a large 19’’ wheel on the front and 17’’ 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.
The new Street Scrambler has more than 150 accessories to deliver more rugged off road focus, more style and more everyday usability. The off-road accessories include, 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).
For even more style the accessories range include slip on Vance and Hines single exit silencers, a traditional scrambler twin bench seat and 70mm diameter bar end peep mirrors in anodised black or clear aluminium with a laser etched Triumph logo.
For everyday usability, there are internally wired heated grips available along with a steel fabricated centre stand kit, an auxiliary power socket and cockpit mounting kit and highly durable engine bars.