2019 Triumph Street Twin has been launched in India for INR 7.45 lakh. Not just that, buyers can also consider the 2019 Street Scrambler in India for INR 8.55 lakh. Both the prices mentioned are ex-showroom Delhi while engine upgrades are also common among the models. The 900cc, parallel-twin engine on the motorcycle is now good for 80 Nm of torque at 3800 rpm. The overall output is also similar, offering 65 HP of maximum power at 7500 rpm for both the Street Twin and Scrambler. The torque curve is flat in comparison to the 2018 variants while the overall increase in power is 18% (from 55HP on the older model).
The Street Twin is available with Road and Rain riding modes while shades available for the same are Jet Black, Korosi Red, and Matt Ironstone. However, the pricing for the model has gone down considerably, offering the new variant for INR 25,000 worth lower ex-showroom price than the 2018 model. Street Scrambler, on the other hand, is now down by INR 5000 from its last price. The engine components now feature lighter crank as well as balancing shaft, light clutch, and magnesium cam cover. The 5-speed gearbox is as smooth as the older version while cosmetic updates are also limited to certain decals only.
The 2-piston front Nissin callipers now make way for the 4-piston callipers from Brembo, improving the overall braking power for both the motorcycles. 2019 Street Scrambler can be had in Fusion White, Matte Khaki with Aluminium Silver, and Cranberry Red. The difference of INR 1.10 lakh brings a different set of tires, raised Scrambler exhaust, underbody protection and much more to the package. However, the use of spoke wheels on the Scrambler variant is more beneficial for those who actually ride on the rough patches than the decently-designed alloy wheels on the Street Twin.