The technical equipment of the Street Scrambler is comparable to the T100 and the Street Twin. There is ride-by-wire, switchable traction control and three driving modes. In "off-road" mode, traction control and ABS are deactivated, which certainly makes sense off-road. Unfortunately, the machine is not really off-road due to the short spring travel (120 mm front and rear). But it doesn't want to be that either, after all, it's called "Street Scrambler" and not "Enduro Scrambler". The look is 100% Scrambler (incl. the Metzeler Tourance mixed tires), but everything else is more road than terrain.
Except for the rear light (LED), incandescent lamps are used and there are no crazy technical aids here. No 6-axis IMU, no cruise control, no wheelie control - would be a bit out of place at 65 hp. The Scrambler is therefore wonderfully down-to-earth and is very manageable and just as easy to use.