The Triumph Street Triple R has always been on sale internationally alongside the S and RS versions, but has never been brought to India until today.
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The R variant was always the Street Triple’s top-spec variant, but back in 2017, the RS came around. Triumph brought this bike to India alongside the base S variant, but the R never saw Indian shores
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The scheme is available on the Bonneville series of bikes that were updated to the BS-VI norms, namely the Street Twin, Bonneville T100, Bonneville T120 and the Speedmaster.
Triumph has increased the Rocket 3's engine capacity, taking it from a 2,300cc unit, to a 2,500cc inline three-cylinder engine.
The Speed Twin is a gorgeous bike. It is something that looks old-school and performs like modern bike.
The test mule in the picture seems to be using the new 765cc engine that debuted on the Triumph Street Triple
Uttaresh Venkateshwaran gets in conversation with Swaraj Baggonkar to discuss the launch of Husqvarna bikes and Bajaj Auto's ongoing negotiations with Triumph Motorcycles.
With the Bajaj-Triumph partnership, expect to see some premium 300-750cc motorcycles in India at some really affordable prices.
The company, which has completed five years in India, also aims to grow its sales in the country by 10-12 percent annually going ahead.
The company, which sells superbikes priced between Rs 7.7-22 lakh in the country, also aims to expand its sales network from the current 16 dealerships to 25 over the next 3-4 years with an aim to reach smaller towns as well.
The company, which today launched an all new version of its superbike Tiger 1200 XCX in the country priced at Rs 17 lakh, aims to launch around 6-7 models by June this year.
Triumph has bee hit by the 5 per cent customs duty hike which it says is a blow to the 'Make in India' initiative
The company has launched six new products in the current financial year and is betting big on the domestic market, taking its total portfolio to 15 out of its 27 products globally.
Research firm Motilal Oswal has a buy on Bajaj Auto with 13 percent upside whereas Credit Suisse has a neutral rating on the stock after Bajaj Auto announced its partnership with UK's Triumph Motorcycles.
Triumph Motorcycles today expanded its Bonneville range in India by launching its all-new superbike 'T100', priced at Rs 7.78 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Last fiscal, the superbike segment in India posted a 2.85 percent volume jump at 10,234 units, from 9,940 units in 2014-15. The mass volume market too grew at 2.7 percent to 1,89,37,104 units.
The two-wheeler major will also be putting on display its other range of superbikes at the 2-day IBW event.