Triumph Motorcycles India launched the all-new 2019 Street Twin and Street Scrambler which will be traded as CKD (Completely Knocked Down) route. The company has said to launch six new bikes in India, this year and two of them are already here. The bikes have received some cosmetic tweaks. However, the update has resulted in a remarkable price decrease. The modified version of the Street Twin is introduced at Rs. 7.45 Lakh while Street Scrambler comes at Rs.8.55 Lakh.
These Street Duo’s are redesigned with glossy Matte Black exterior. The Scrambler now comes with innovative graphics. The bikes are also integrated with new riding modes, improved brakes and suspension arrangement. The company has updated the bikes with new body panels, cast aluminium wheels, brushed aluminium sections on the headlamp, and a sporty sketched company’s brand.
The most exciting modification is made in the performance. The company has developed the bikes with a powerful engine which will make the duo more superior in terms of performance and riding dynamics. 2019 Bonnevilles gets torque assist clutch, adventure-oriented seat finish, interchangeable pillion seat, and wider spaced font forks. Both the bikes are equipped with all-new 41mm KYB forks highlighting internal cartridge damping.
The Twins are now available with traction control and two rider modes: Road and Rain. The British two-wheeler maker has used Brembo four-piston callipers brakes with a front 310mm disc up and a rear 255mm disc with Nissin calliper. On the safety front, the bikes are upgraded with dual-channel ABS and switchable ABS as well. The customers also get a tyre pressure monitoring system on offer.
The Street Twin and the Street Scrambler runs on the same liquid-cooled 900cc parallel-twin powertrain which generates 65 bhp of power (10 bhp more compared to outgoing variant) and 80 Nm of torque. The engine is combined to a five-speed manual gearbox. The engine is also modified with magnesium cam lids and a fractional crank highlighting dead and balance shafts.
The Street Twin was available at a price tag of Rs. 7.80 lakh whereas, the Street Scrambler was sold at Rs. 8.60 lakh (both prices, ex-showroom India) so, the company has done a brilliant job with the new bikes. In the Indian market, the Street Scrambler rival against the likes of Ducati Scrambler Icon which will be soon modified. At present, the Street Twin has no rivals in the market.
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