Triumph has significantly redesigned the Street Twin. We could already drive it. The 10 hp more power is noticeable and is good for the Street Twin.
The new fork set-up was also successful. The new brake system shows significantly more braking power.
The Triumph Street Twin gets 10 hp more and thus comes to a total of 65 hp.
Korosi Red is the name of one of the two new colors.
The color Jet Black will still be available in the range.
Matt Ironstone is the name of the third color variant in the group.
The new Triumph Street Twin has a seat height of 760 millimeters.
The Street Twin’s tank fits 12 liters, and Triumph states that it consumes 3.9 liters / 100 kilometers.
LC display with analog speedometer shows speed, mileage, gear, tank content, range and much more. at.
The Street Twin is getting new, brushed aluminum holders for the headlights for the 2019 model year.
Nice detail: the Triumph Motorcycles logo in the headlight.
At the rear of the Triumph Street Twin LEDs light up.
The bench was upholstered 10 millimeters thicker.
The brake lever operates a new Brembo four-piston brake caliper on the front wheel.
As with its predecessor, the workmanship seems impeccable.
According to the manufacturer, the clutch should be particularly smooth.
Of course, the Street Twin has long since had ABS and that "Euro 4 recognition reflectors".
The 900 cm³ parallel twin turns 500 rpm higher.
The maximum torque of 80 NM is now 3800 rpm instead of the previous 3200 rpm.
The maximum output of 65 hp is at 7,500 rpm, then it goes into the limiter.
An aluminum multi-spoke cast wheel with dimensions of 18 x 2.75 rolls in front.
At the back there is an aluminum multi-spoke cast wheel with the dimensions 17 x 4.25.
The first inspection of the Street Twin is due after 800 kilometers, thereafter only every 16,000 kilometers or once a year.
Immobilizer and USB charging socket are on board.
To personalize the Street Scrambler, there are over 140 parts on the Triumph accessory shelf.
Complete kits are also available: "Urban Ride" and "Café Custom".
The Triumph Street Twin is the best-selling model in the Triumph Modern Classics range worldwide.
Triumph Street Twin (2019) in the driving report
10 HP more power are clearly noticeable
10 HP more power bring the Triumph Street Twin to 65 HP for the 2019 model year. There are also two driving modes, three color variations, as well as fresh accessories and two new inspiration kits. We have already driven it.
D.he Street Twin is the best-selling model in Triumph’s Modern Classic range. Your liquid-cooled 900 cm³ parallel twin now provides 65 HP. That is 10 HP more than before. Interested parties should be extremely pleased, because even if the concept of the Street Twin was not designed for maximum performance from the start, the 55 hp did not always seem sufficient, as MOTORRAD noted in the driving report (MOTORRAD 1/2016): “When pulling through and cornering -Swing is already germinating the desire for more performance. Not because more horsepower is always better, but because more power also makes you confident. The Triumph Street Twin loses this sovereignty as soon as you move beyond the maximum torque and power. “
The increase in performance was obviously achieved through a higher speed level. Overall, the Triumph Street Twin turns 500 rpm higher from model year 2019, so it only goes into the limiter at 7,500 rpm. The maximum torque is still 80 Nm, but is no longer at 3,200 rpm, but only at 3,800 rpm. In the 2016 driving report, the author wrote: “Turning it all the way down to the limiter does not help, as the performance zenith of 55 hp is already at 5,900 rpm.” The technical data of the new Triumph Street Twin say that the 65 PS can only be called up at 7,500 rpm.
The new engine got camshaft covers made of magnesium, a lighter crankshaft and balance shaft as well as clutch covers and an equally lighter clutch. The dry weight indicates Triumph with 198 kilograms.
More pressure and better brakes
The new twin pushes harder, the new brakes bite harder.
The thrust of the strengthened engine from the very bottom out of the tight corners is actually considerable. That is to say: 65 HP served so brawnily are sufficient. Up to third gear, the speed can easily drop below 2,000 revs, and the twin still runs absolutely smoothly. The revving has also increased significantly. When it comes to sound, the twin is still great – full, low-frequency, muffled. And the new Rain mode with the gentler throttle response and more sensitive traction control ensures a good feeling.
The newly tuned fork fulfills its management tasks significantly better than before. It responds well, is comfortable and yet properly muffled. The driver is happy to note the significantly better four-piston fixed calipers from Brembo, which are always up to the extra power. The seating comfort on the new bench has improved noticeably, although the seating position on the Street Twin may seem a tad too compact.
Driving modes, colors, accessories
The Triumph custom shelf holds over 140 accessories for the Street Twin and Street Scrambler, including fancy painted tanks.
The driver can now choose whether to drive in the standard “Rain” mode or switch to rain mode. Also new: the four-piston brake caliper from Brembo, the cartridge fork with 120 millimeters of spring travel, cast-spoke wheels made of aluminum, the ten millimeter thicker padded seat cushion, the more comfortable distance between footrests and seat, new brushed aluminum holder for the headlight, which – according to the manufacturer more resistant seat cover and the optionally available electronic tire pressure monitoring system.
The colors Matt Ironstone and Korosi Red are new, Jet Black will still be available. Those interested can find even more options in the Triumph accessories shop: over 140 parts are available for customization – from LED indicators to the exhaust system from Vance & Hines. The range of accessories also includes the two new Inspirations Kits Urban Ride and Café Custom, which – depending on the kit – include a seat, rear conversion kit, LED indicators, muffler, engine protection, pannier bags and other accessories.
The new Street Twin is available at prices from 9,300 euros plus additional costs.
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