Street Scrambler

  • Now £8,000.00
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There's a new Scrambler coming

Although the current bike only arrived in 2017, Triumph have announced that launching sometime in the first quarter next year, is an updated Scrambler with more power, torque and additional riding modes.  Prices are unconfirmed at the moment, but they are a step forward for those who wanted a bit more power from the Bonneville 900cc engine.

It'll definitely be nice to have, but after spending a solid three days doing 1,500 miles up to Scotland on the current generation I can confidently say that the current bike isn't exactly lacking - in fact I prefer the 900cc engine over the 1,200cc Bonneville for most of my riding. 

That said, the new bike will be in demand so we're reducing the price of the current bikes that we have in stock - we only have a couple left in Kharki green

The Triumph Scrambler

We always loved the style of the old Triumph Scrambler, it was always one of the most handsome bikes in the shop.  For 2017, Triumph have taken the style of the old Scrambler, and brought it bang up to date with the latest generation of the Bonneville family of bikes, bringing brilliant engines with lots of torque and sweet handling.  Once again, here's another new Triumph, Euro 4 compliant, that still manages to sound brilliant - how do they do it?

There is also the same significant level of rider focused technology as the Street Twin, sensitively incorporated.



There is a major step forward over the outgoing model with more performance and a better riding experience, with:
• The critically acclaimed 900 cc Bonneville High,Torque engine
• All new, more compact, high-level twin scrambler exhaust
The critically acclaimed 900 cc Bonneville High Torque engine
• The new Street Scrambler features the same critically acclaimed 900 cc High Torque Bonneville  engine as the Street Twin.
• A major update to the original Triumph engine platform, and one of the best regarded features from the launch of the next generation Bonnevilles.
• An 8-valve, Single Overhead Cam parallel twin.
• With a charismatic 270° firing interval for a smooth, linear power delivery from the slick new five-speed gearbox.
• Delivering better performance with much more low down and mid-range torque and power – right where you need it – and offering enhanced fuel economy over the previous generation 900 cc Bonneville engine.
• A high 10,000 miles first service (after the 500 miles running in service), up from 6,000 miles on the previous Scrambler


All new, more compact, high-level twin Scrambler exhaust
• With brushed stainless steel headers following a crafted tight radius flowing line.
• An intricate header run that cleverly integrates the cat box invisibly between the heat shield and the engine barrel.
• Finished-off with brushed stainless steel silencers with stylish contrasting black heat shields.
• Tuned to deliver a richer British Twin Scrambler sound.


There is also the same significant level of rider focused technology as the Street Twin, sensitively incorporated.

The next generation of rider focused technology includes:


• Enhancing throttle response and feel from a single throttle body.
• Providing smooth and precise drive for a higher level of control and rideability.

Liquid Cooling
• For cleaner and far more fuel efficient riding.
• Exceeding Euro 4 emissions requirements.

Switchable ABS – unique to the Street Scrambler
• Can be turned off via the instruments – a unique feature on the Street Scrambler which reflects its genuine dual purpose capability.
Switchable Traction Control
• Manageable via the instrument menu – controlling the torque when traction is compromised.
Together the Switchable ABS and Traction Control maximise rider safety and control.

Torque Assist Clutch
• Designed to reduce clutch lever effort for the rider, improving long distance rideability and reducing rider fatigue.
• It also reduces the clutch packaging allowing for a narrower engine profile.

LED Rear Light
• More compact and elegant with a distinctive light pattern.
• This is also more power efficient.

Engine Immobiliser
• Transponder incorporated into new key with high value Triumph badge.

USB Charging Socket
• Located under-seat for convenient charging of personal equipment.


triumph scrambler specifications

Engine Type


Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270� crank angle parallel twin

Displacement CC


Bore X Stroke

84.6 mm x 80 mm

Compression Ratio

10.55: 1

Max Power Output

55 PS / 54 BHP (40.5kW) @ 6000 rpm

Max Torque

80Nm @ 2850 rpm

Fuel Tank Capacity

12 L

Transmission Type


Dimensions LxWxH

2178 mm x 831 mm x 1120 mm


1446 mm

Seat Height

792 mm

Kerb Weight

213 kg

Tyre Size Front

100/90-19 Metzler Tourance

Tyre Size Rear

150/70 R17 Metzler Tourance

Brakes Type Front

Single 310mm solid disc, 2-piston Nissin floating caliper, ABS

Brakes Type Rear

Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper, ABS



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Representative Example, provided for illustration purposes only.

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Your options at the end of a PCP agreement are to either hand the bike back to the finance company, use the bike as a part exchange against a new one or pay the final payment and take ownership of the bike.

In all cases of finance, the motorcycle belongs to the finance house until the final payment is made at the end of the agreement.

PCP agreements work best when you have a low deposit, want to have low manageable monthly payments and intend to part exchange or sell the bike at the end of the agreement.  If you have a significant deposit, can afford higher monthly payments or plan to keep the bike beyond the term of the agreement then a finance proposal based on a regular monthly payment without a deferred final payment may provide the lowest total cost.  We can talk you through all of the options we can offer.

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