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The 2019 editions of both the motorcycles come with a host of both cosmetic and mechanical updates.
2019 Triumph Street Twin
The 2019 Triumph Street Twin comes with a host of new features and styling updates. The 2019 Street Twin gets a new instrument cluster, along with redesigned wheels and side panels. It also features brushed aluminium headlamp brackets and is finished in a new matte black paint scheme.
The 2019 Street Twin is available in two variant: Urban Ride and Cafe Custom. The Urban Ride kit offers features such as a brown seat, black engine sump guard, soft case panniers, and a cropped rear fender. The Cafe Custom, on the other hand, receives cropped rear fenders, Fox rear suspension and a Vance & Hines exhaust system.
However, the biggest change on the 2019 version of the Street Twin is the re-tuned engine. The 900cc parallel-twin is now tuned to produce an additional 10bhp, taking its total power output to 64bhp while having the same 80Nm of torque on offer.
The motorcycle has also reduced its overall weight using magnesium parts for its cam covers, along with lighter crank and balance shafts. Braking on the motorcycle is handled by Brembo 4-piston callipers at the front, supported by switchable ABS.
The 2019 motorcycle also gets 41mm cartridge fork suspension with 120mm of travel. The 2019 Street Twin also comes with two-riding modes: Road and Rain.
2019 Triumph Street Scrambler
The 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler has been unveiled at the ongoing Intermot Motorcycle show, along with the Street Twin.
The Street Scrambler also carries forward most of the new features as seen on the Street Twin. This includes two riding modes, tyre pressure monitoring system, Brembo 4-piston calliper front brakes with ABS and high-calibre cartridge fork suspension.
Other features also include a new number plate, graphics, panels, new seat cover and wider spaced forks providing a more ADV-look.
The 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler also comes with the same 900cc parallel-twin engine as seen on the Street Twin. The engine on the Street Scrambler also comes with the same state-of-tune at 64bhp and 80Nm of peak torque.
Thoughts On The 2019 Triumph Street Twin & Scrambler
Both motorcycles, the Street Twin and the Street Scrambler will go sale in international markets soon. Both motorcycles are also expected to come to India sometime early next year.
The Street Twin and the Street Scrambler in India will rival the Ducati Scrambler range. The 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler will also replace the current generation model, sold in the country. Prices for the two motorcycles are yet to be announced, however, we can expect a premium compared to the older generation models.