Triumph’s Street Scrambler Launched in India

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Triumph Motorcycles Ltd is the largest British motorcycle manufacturer and it was established in 1984 by John Bloor.

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Recently, Triumph Motorcycles has launched their brand new retro-naked street racer motorcycle naming the Street Scrambler. The bike is launched at the price of 8.10 lakhs (ex-showroom price) in Indian market. Street Scramble comes with the dynamic 900cc Bonneville engine that makes 54hp and 80Nm of engine speed.

The Street Scrambler promises to delivers much more torque and power low down and in the mid-range,which makes it a perfect vehicle for in and around town and light at off-roading.

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

The all-new Street Scrambler is sharing the same cold custom styling principles features as the Street Twin. The new Street Scrambler has the iconic Bonneville silhouette combined with clean lines, minimal bodywork and modern finishing elements, such as the elegant fuel tank with locking cap, black sculpted engine covers with the Triumph makers mark and engine badge, single throttle body with aluminum finish and distinctive fined head and header clamps.

Moreover, the all new Street Scrambler comes with a large 19-inch wheel size on the front and 17-inch wheel size on the back, both of the wheel bases have stylish steel blacked out hubs and rims, which adds to its deadly looks. A further increase in specification comes from the new high-value 2-piston sliding axial Nissin caliper with machined branding.

In this price segment the Street Scramble tends to competes with the bikes liken Ducati Scrambler and Harley Davidson Iron 883.

While the Street Scramble may not be a true off-road bike, but it offers a blend of on and off capability married to a classic British bike design that looks quite appealing too.

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For all those who are into off roading this bike doesn’t seems too offer much but this bike is great for daily in and around town. Triumph with this bike is looking forward to give a competition to its various competitors.

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