2021 Triumph Street Scrambler Launched In India

2021 Triumph Street Scrambler gets a few key improvements, know them here

Triumph Motorcycles India launched the all-new 2021 Street Scrambler at Rs 9.35 lakh, ex-showroom. The new motorcycle gets a better Euro 5 engine and improved aesthetics. The Street Scrambler is based on the Bonneville and has proper modern-Classic proportions. Alongside the suggestive design, it has capable Scrambler-ish mechanicals as well.

The overall design breathes the ‘Scrambler persona’. The motorcycle features wide-spaced forks, high-set twin exhausts, minimalist body panels, a wide handlebar, LED tail lamps, and Black wire-spoked wheels. The 2021 Street Scrambler also gets a bunch of premium touches and accents for added visual appeal. These include brushed Aluminium touches on throttle body finishers, heel guards, and headlight, and new leather and fabric-inspired seat upholstery. The engine comes Black-coated and its cover gets a finned head and header clamps.

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The motorcycle also gets features like an under-seat USB charger, key-fob integrated immobilizer, torque-assist clutch, and 3 selectable ride modes (Rain, Road, Off-road). There are 3 colorways available on the new motorcycle- Classic Jet Black, Urban Grey, and a dual-tone Matte Khakhi and Matte Ironstone (for the Desertstorm).

2021 triumph street scrambler

Engine And Mechanicals


The Street Scrambler is based on the Triumph Bonneville. It has a 900cc, high torque Bonneville twin-cylinder engine as its powerhouse, producing 65 PS and 80Nm. The peak torque can be accessed at 3250 rpms. Being Euro 5 compatible, this engine is now cleaner and more refined. The transmission on offer is a 5 speed unit with a wet, multi-plate clutch with torque assist as standard.

Braking on the 2021 Street Scrambler is handled by 120mm discs at the front and rear. The motorcycle has 19-inch wheels at the front and 17-inch units at the rear, shod with Metzeler Tourance rubber. The seat height is fairly low, at 790mm. The front forks get cartridge damping and offer up to 120mm of wheel travel while the rear twin shocks have 120mm of travel on offer as well. Key technologies like ABS, traction control, switchable riding modes, etc are also on offer.

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