The new Triumph Scrambler 900 comes in three different colors

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We are pleased to announce that Triumph Motorcycles India has launched the Triumph Scrambler 900 in our market. There are three colours available for this motorcycle, which was formerly known as the Street Scrambler. Prices start at Rs 9.45 lakh. There are several paint options available, including Jet Black, Matte Khakhi, and Carnival Red with Jet Black.

Triumph Scrambler 900

Matte Khakhi and Jet Black color options feature a single-tone finish without graphics. It features black graphics on the fuel tank, while the Carnival Red with Jet Black paint sports a dual-tone finish. In addition to being the most expensive on the list, the dual-tone paint version is also the most exotic. Here is the new Triumph Scrambler 900’s complete price list, color-wise:

Jet Black: Rs 9.45 lakh

Matte Khakhi: Rs 9.58 lakh

Carnival Red with Jet Black: Rs 9.75 lakh

Triumph Scrambler 900

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The differences between the three paint options are limited to the colors, while the styling, features, and specifications are identical. As a result, the Scrambler 900 comes in a round headlight design, an exhaust system with twin tubes, a teardrop shaped fuel tank with an asymmetrically-mounted filler cap, and split-style seats with wire spoke wheels.

Triumph Scrambler 900

The mechanical specifications of the Scrambler 900 are the same as the Street Scrambler, and the motorcycle uses a liquid-cooled 900cc, parallel-twin cylinder engine that meets BS6. The motor is mounted on a five-speed gearbox and produces a maximum output of 64.1bhp at 7,250rpm while delivering a maximum torque of 80Nm at 3,250rpm. Disc brakes are mounted on both wheels and telescopic front forks are used on the front. In the Indian market, the Triumph Scrambler 900 competes with the Ducati Scrambler range.

All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi


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