Triumph Motorcycles has unveiled the 2021 iteration of the Street Scrambler, and the middleweight model should arrive in India very soon. While we await the Indian launch details, here we explain all the details about the 2021 Triumph Street Scrambler.
The 2021 model retains the styling from its predecessor. Thus, the 2021 Street Scrambler continues to feature a round headlight at the front, a semi-digital instrument cluster, tall-set exhaust, and split-style seats. The rugged persona of the motorcycle is emphasised by wire-spoke wheels and fork gaiters. Triumph Motorcycles will also offer a limited-edition variant of the Street Scrambler, the Sandstorm in India. The Street Scrambler Sandstorm benefits from features such as a brushed alloy sump guard, a high front mudguard, and a new headlight bezel with a black grille.
The 2021 model will be sold in three colours – Jet Black, Matte Khaki Matte Ironstone, and Urban Grey. The limited-edition Street Scrambler Sandstorm will be available in Sandstorm Matte Storm Grey paint. The Street Scrambler Sandstorm will be available in limited numbers, and Triumph Motorcycles will manufacture just 775 units of the motorcycle worldwide.
The mechanical specifications retain the 900cc, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled setup. Linked to a five-speed transmission, the Euro5-compliant motor is tuned to produce 64.1bhp of maximum power at 7,250rpm and 80Nm of peak torque at 3,250rpm.
The hardware on the 2021 model is similar to the discontinued version. Thus, the suspension duties are performed by 41mm telescopic forks at the front and twin-sided springs at the back. The braking setup includes a single 310mm disc at the front and a 255mm rotor at the rear while the safety net comprises dual-channel ABS. The 19-inch front/17-inch rear wire-spoke wheels are wrapped in Metzeler Tourance tyres.
The Street Scrambler and the Street Scrambler Sandstorm are listed on the company’s India website, and we expect to hear a launch announcement soon. The new Street Scrambler should carry a marginal price premium over the old model’s Rs 8,55,000 (ex-showroom) tag.