British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph unveiled the all new Street Scrambler at the ongoing 2016 EICMA motorcycle show in Italy. The new Street Scrambler, which is based on the principles as the Street Twin has the iconic Bonneville silhouette combined with clean lines, minimal bodywork, and sleek fuel tank.
The Scrambler features an interchangeable pillion seat and aluminium rear rack, removable pillion pegs and hangers, adventure style front pegs and bash plate and comes with new chassis that has longer rear shocks, a 19 inch front wheel, wide handlebars and a low seat height.
Fitted with Metzler Tourance tyres, the new Street Scrambler is available three paint schemes—Jet Black, Matt Kaki Green and a twin colour scheme—Korosi Red/Frozen Silver with jet black coach lining. The new Street Scrambler gets compact twin exhaust system with brushed stainless steel headers and LED rear lights.
Powering the motorcycle is water-cooled, 900cc parallel-twin mill as the Street Twin and features Ride-by-Wire, switchable ABS, switchable traction control, torque-assist clutch, USB charging socket an engine immobiliser.
The new Street Scrambler will be offered with over 150 accessories to add more off-road attitude and style, which includes adjustable rear piggyback FOX shocks with threaded preloaded adjustment, 24 position compression damping, larger internal piston, external oil reservoir, black glass-filled nylon headlight grill, aluminium handlebar brace, internally wired heated grips, integrated dual temperature control button steel fabricated centre stand kit and many more.
Although it is too early to comment about launch of the Triumph's new Street Scrambler in India, reports have already started doing rounds that the new Street Twin family may make its entry into the country soon, considering Triumph T100 Bonneville came to the Indian market shortly after its international debut.