Launched in 2015, the Triumph Street Twin was the British bike maker's attempt to make its Bonneville family of retro-classic motorcycles more youthful. The Street Twin has sold in large numbers since, and is currently the highest-selling Bonneville globally. The Street Scrambler on the other hand has turned out to be an interesting addition to the Bonneville family as well, with its mix of agility, light weight and some off-road ability in a package that looks very appealing. Both motorcycles received a midlife update recently and we even got a chance to ride them in Portugal where we found that the bikes are more fun, as the engines are more powerful now and the bike comes equipped with more rider aids. Both bikes are launching in India today, here's all the information from the launch event.
2019 Triumph Street Scrambler launched in India at Rs 8.55 lakh, ex-showroom. What all has changed? Find out here
The 2019 Triumph Street Twin has been priced at Rs 7.45 lakh, ex-showroom. Gets subtle cosmetic updates and a more powerful engine. More details here
There will be a total of 120 accessories offered on the 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler.
Here are the colour options for the 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler. Fusion White, Cranberry Red and Khaki Green and Matt Aluminium with Jet Black coach lining.
The 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler also gets the new Brembo 4-piston Brembo front brake calliper.
Triumph India mentions the significant engine upgrade has made it 10PS more powerful along with higher peak torque. Increment of 18% and a new higher 7500rpm rev limit to deliver even more low-down and across the entire rev range
The new 2019 Triumph Street Twin will be offered in 3 colours i.e. Korosi Red, Jet Black and Matt Ironstone
Most notably the new Street Twin has an updated 900cc Bonneville engine with high torque power, a unique responsive character, and exciting soundtrack for maximum fun, claims Triumph Motorcycles.
A quick look at what's new in the 2019 Triumph Street Twin.
The Triumph Street Twin has been the largest selling modern classic motorcycle for Triumph Motorcycles in India
With 16 Triumph Experience Centres across India, Triumph Motorcycles is now coming up with our 17th dealership in Guwahati, by March 2019.
Triumph has upgraded the front fork by increasing travel to 120mm, and added new Brembo four piston caliper for the front disc.
The power outputs of the 2019 Triumph Street Twin and the Street Scrambler have been increased by 18 per cent.
The 2019 Triumph Street Twin and the Street Scrambler will be launched in India shortly.
The Street Twin and the Street Scrambler are powered by the same liquid-cooled 900cc parallel-twin motor paired to a five-speed manual gearbox.
"The 2019 Street Scrambler feels quick off the line, just like before, but the bigger news is the improved midrange and top end grunt." Here's our detailed first ride review of the 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler.
"The improved engine performance, better handling courtesy the improved suspension, more comfortable seating and better brakes all help it offer a sportier feel than before" - Read our detailed first ride review of the 2019 Triumph Street Twin here
Triumph India is all set to launch two new motorcycles today - the 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler and the 2019 Triumph Street Twin. Get all the details here