Triumph Scrambler Review
Triumph Scrambler Review and Specifications
2015 Triumph Scrambler is an everyday bike, lean and basic in looks. The Triumph Scrambler first bike was first used in 1960’s by the famous Hollywood superstar Steve Mc Queen. The Triumph Scrambler is a cladded Bonneville, designed with 60s desert racing nostalgia in mind.
Triumph Scrambler Specs has been built up with an 865 cc DOHC air cooled parallel twin engine with 270 degree intervals. The engine offers a maximum output of 58 horsepower at 6800 rpm. It also offers 68 Nm torque at 4750 rpm.
Seat heights of 32.4 inches make it an ideal machine for the taller riders. 87.1 inches long and 33.8 inches wide, the Triumph Scrambler provides a distinct look and style to the rider. The Triumph Scramble has a net weight of 507 lbs; the weight to power ratio of 8.6 earns the Triumph Scrambler review as the slowest bike in the year 2014.
Triumph Scrambler parts like bore and stroke measuring 90 x 68mm helps in making a lot of power for the displacement. The 5-speed transmission, multi wet clutch plate and the KYB suspension provides a smooth ride. Triumph Scrambler exhaust has been made out tubular steel cradle made in conjunction with Arrow special parts.
Riders can also decorate their bike with their favourite Triumph Scrambler accessories like lockable fuel caps, stickers, seat screws, headlamps with grilles and many more. All the triumph accessories come with a 2 year warranty. Triumph Scrambler price starts from $9099. Available in colours like Diablo Red, Matt Pacific Blue and Lunar silver make it strong competitor to the bikes in everyday segment.
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