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Triumph launches Scrambler 900 in India at INR 9.45 lakh

Written by Rohit Tonapi

Along with the Speed Twin 900, Triumph has also brought in its scrambler sibling, the Scrambler 900, to India. The Scrambler 900 range will start from INR 9.45 lakh ex-showroom. The bikemaker renamed the two bikes to align them with the rest of its lineup. The two bikes are basically renamed versions of the Street Twin and Street Scrambler. Apart from the renaming and a new colour option, the Scrambler 900 remains the same as the previous model. 

2022 Triumph Scrambler 900 – Price & Colour Options

The 2022 Scrambler 900 only comes in one single variant. However, the pricing of the bike varies according to the colour option you opt for. The 2022 Scrambler 900 is available in a total of three colour options. These are – Jet Black, Matt Khaki and the new Carnival Red/Jet Black. 

The range starts at INR 9.45 lakh ex-showroom for the Jet Black colour option. The Matt Khaki colour retails for INR 9.58 lakh ex-showroom. Meanwhile, the new colour option is the most expensive one, costing INR 9.75 lakh ex-showroom. Thus, this makes it INR 30,000 more expensive than the base Jet Black and INR 17,000 more than the Matt Khaki option.

2022 Triumph Scrambler 900 – Technical Specifications

Mechanically, the Scrambler 900 is identical to the Street Scrambler. Powering the Scrambler 900 is the same 900cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin motor as the Speed Twin 900. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch. The motor makes 65 PS at 7,250 rpm and 80 Nm of torque at 3,250 rpm. The output figures are also the same as the Speed Twin 900. However, Triumph tuned it so that it delivers it lower down in the rev range. This also makes it more suitable for the Scrambler 900’s off-road character. 

The suspension setup consists of 41 mm forks up front with cartridge damping and 120 mm of travel. At the rear, it uses twin shocks with 120 mm of travel. The twin shocks are also preload-adjustable. Meanwhile, the braking setup is the same as the Speed Twin 900 and the previous Street Twin Scrambler. It uses a 310 mm disc at the front with a 4-piston Brembo calliper, while the rear uses a 255 mm disc with a 2-piston Nissin calliper. Dual-channel ABS is standard.

The Scrambler 900 rides on 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wire-spoked wheels. At the front, it uses a 100/90-section tyre and a 150/70-section one at the rear. The bike tips the scales at 223 kg. The increased suspension travel and 19-inch wheel mean the seat height has also increased to 790 mm. 

Also Read: Triumph launches Speed Twin 900 in India at INR 8.35 lakh