2017 Triumph Street Scrambler gets the styling, practicality and other things spot on along with modern requirements and laws
Ever since the new Bonneville range arrived with all new engines, it was just a matter of time before it expanded into a thorough range. This meant that a new Scrambler from Triumph was a certainty that just needed a date to happen. The date arrived today with the global unveil of the 2017 Triumph Street Scrambler at the ongoing 2016 EICMA. The new Scrambler from Triumph wears the same 900cc heart from the Street Twin.
The new Scrambler also carries on the tradition to have the 270 degree crankshaft (which arrived first on the previous Scrambler) instead of a 360 degree of all the present parallel-Twin mills from Triumph. As per Triumph, the all new Scrambler has been designed to deliver more purposeful and beautiful Scrambler style with unique features and detailing. On the design front, the 2017 Triumph Street Scrambler shares its basic design with the new Bonneville.
However, there are traditional high mount exhaust pipes made of stainless steel and beautiful snaking header pipes consisting the catalytic converter. The new Scrambler also borrows the great looking T100 fuel tank with locking cap, FI which is through a single throttle body and has aluminium finish. Then there are those finned header clamps. The 2017 Triumph Street Scrambler further differentiates itself with the inclusion of a 19-inch front wheel with Metzeler Tourance tires. You also get model specific long travel front forks, a wire tapered aluminium handlebar, and wire spoke wheels with black hubs and rims. The bike also gets 2-piston sliding axial Nissin (brake) caliper with machined branding for the Street Scrambler.
You will also get a grippy ADV style set of footpegs, bash plate, competition inspired side panels along with aluminium headlight bracket on the 2017 Triumph Street Scrambler. Triumph will give the interchangeable pillion seat and aluminum rear rack as standard along with removable pillion pegs and a ribbed twin seat with contrast stitching and Triumph embossed logo on its “Alcantara-style appearance. If that is not all, you also get a 2017 Triumph Street Scrambler specific dual-compound rubber knee pads for enhanced grip. Safety features such as Traction control and ABS are standard features.
While the twin-clock instrumentation is also a part of the standard package, and you will once again have a choice of a vast number of accessories to customize your Scrambler as per your liking. Triumph will make the the 2017 Triumph Street Scrambler available in three colour shades: Jet Black, Matt Khaki Green or Korosi Red and Frozen Silver with jet black hand-painted coach lining and unique tank decals. We are pretty sure that this bike would suit the Indian shores pretty well. Triumph is yet to declare the pricing for the 2017 Triumph Street Scrambler.