Triumph Motorcycles India- Part II

"Triumph Rocket 3"

If you have missed the part I ( check it out HERE ) & Here’s Part II of the available models of Triumph models in India:

Triumph Daytona 675 ABS

The Daytona 675 ABS from Triumph is the only sports bike in the Triumph range. That said, this lethal machine has replaced the original 650 in 2008. The new model carries more thrust and more power. The quirky looking Daytona is well constructed. It carries a split headlamp and sculpted body.

Engine:

A three-cylinder engine and no awards for guessing that it displaces 675cc also power the Dayton 675. The in-line triple is good for 126bhp @12,500rpm and 74Nm @11,900rpm making it one of the quickest bikes in its segment. The motorcycle rides on 120/70 R17 front and 180/55 R 17 rear tires, with twin 310mm floating discs for front and 220mm Brembo single piston caliper disc for rear. With the change in regulations, the 2013 Dayton 675 comes with switchable ABS as standard.

"Triumph Daytona"
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This bike carries a basic price tag ranging from an upwards of Rs. 11.5 lakhs.

 

 Triumph Thunderbird Storm:

The Triumph Thunderbird is nothing like the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 😛

 

This bike is based on the original Thunderbird and is a downsized version. The bike is swathed in minimal chrome than the usual Thunderbird.  This bike carries a couple in interesting features. To start with, it has ABS, tank mounted speedometer, which includes an on-board computer, compact rev counter and electronic self-cancelling indicators. The bike can be availed in jet black, matte black and matte graphite colours.

"Triumph Thunderbird"
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Engine:

Based on the original Thunderbird, the Storm keeps the pure Triumph twin headlights but adds a low, blacked out look that guarantees lots of street presence. At the heart of this machine lies a 1,700cc parallel-twin engine, which puts out 97bhp of power at 5,200rpm and 156Nm of torque at 2,950rpm.
The Triumph Thunderbird storm would cost you an upwards of Rs. 14,62,000/-


Triumph Thunderbird LT:

If the Thunderbird doesn’t catch your eye, you might be interested in the LT model. The Thunderbird LT is a much a premium version of the Thunderbird Storm and comes loaded with a long list of creature comforts for a better touring experience. It is the third cruiser in Triumph’s Indian line-up and slots in between the Thunderbird Storm and the massive Rocket III. The bike has plenty of chrome and has a blacked out look. Additional aesthetics include leather saddle bags, white walled radial tires, a three-piece headlamp, a chromed two into one into two exhaust system, wire-spoke wheels and a tall windshield, all of which give it massive street presence. It also gets a massive 21.9-litre fuel tank, to ensure a longer range. The bike includes an ABS system, electronic self-cancelling indicators and a tank mounted instrument cluster, which integrates a speedometer, an on-board computer and a rev counter. The Thunderbird LT is available in two paint schemes- caspian blue/crystal white and lava red/phantom black.

"Triumph Thunderbird"
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Engine:

The Thunderbird LT is built around a tubular steel, twin spine frame. It powered by the world’s largest production parallel twin engine, which is shared with its sibling, the Thunderbird Storm. The fuel-injected 1699cc engine churns out 94bhpbhp and 151Nm of torque and comes mated to a six-speed gearbox. It is pretty powerful and howls out real loud on the streets.

This howler carries a premium price that starts off at Rs. 17,00,000/-

 

Triumph Rocket III Roadster

Rocket III from Triumph is the largest production motorcycle from the iconic British bike maker. Launched for the global markets in late 2004, it was brought to the Indian market in its latest avatar late last year as a part of Triumph’s presence in India. The Rocket III is named after the BSA Rocket 3, which in turn was also called the Triumph Trident. First off, this is not a joke, it is a massive bike built for serious bikers. The rider of this bike sits behind most of the engine into the seat that sinks low into the bike’s well thought design. Chrome addition has not been a priority on this bike but the 3X1 dual exhaust pipes are definitely note worthy.

"Triumph Rocket 3"
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Engine:

This massive power abundant beast has a 2.3-litre three-cylinder engine that produces 146bhp and 221Nm of torque. It has been mated to a five-speed sequential gearbox, which sends power to the rear wheel via shaft drive. The bike has a tubulat steel chassis that is underpinned USD forks in front and five-way adjustable twin spring shocks for the rear. Stopping power for such massive machine comes courtesy 320mm dual floating discs in front and a single piece unit 316mm unit in the rear.

This is one of the premium bike that carries quite a hefty price tag. The bike is priced at Rs. 22.50 lakhs.

 

Triumph Motorcycles India: Part-I

"Triumph Thruxton"

Triumph Motorcycles Ltd is the largest British motorcycle manufacturer. John Bloor established the company in 1984 and it happens to be one of the most famous bike manufacturers in the world. After making its high impact appearance for nearly 2 years, Triumph has finally launched its produces for commercial sales in India. The initial offering by Triumph is 10 models spread across all of its model lines.

Here is an article on all the Triumph models that are whirring across unchartered roads and unclaimed territories.

Bonneville:

Bonneville happens to be the entrant model that comes at a base price of Rs. 5.7 lakhs. This bike is named after the famous American record holding ground, Bonneville Salt Flats. This bike was first introduced in 1959 and since then the motorcycle has gone through many mechanical and cosmetic changes. That said, its styling hasn’t changed ever since. During 2013, the company added a few changes and gave the bike odometer, clock and trip information.

"Triumph Bonnie"
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Engine:

The Bonneville comes powered by 865cc air-cooled fuel-injected parallel twin engine, which churns out 68PS at 7500rpm and 68Nm of torque. The engine is mated to 5-speed gearbox and the motorcycle has a kerb weight of 225kg. It gets the light cast 17-inch wheels with 110/70 and 130/80 tires at the front and rear respectively. The bike gets a fuel tank capacity of 16 liters that is quite less for a bike.

The bike is priced at Rs. 5.7 lakhs and comes through a completely knocked down (CKD) through the company’s plant in Gurgaon.

Triumph Bonneville T100:

Sharing the classiest design among others, the Triumph Bonneville T100 has the 60’s styling and boasts a distinctive look. This bike has twin peashooter exhausts and chrome engine covers. The Triumph logo is placed on the seat and this bike has a two-tone paint; spoke wheels as well as fork gaiters.  This bike, unlike the regular Bonneville has a twin pod instrument cluster, speedometer as well as a tachometer.

Engine:

An 865cc parallel twin engine that produces 67bhp at 7500rpm and maximum torque of 68Nm powers the Bonneville T100. The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox with one down and four up gearshift pattern.

"Bonnie T100"
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This bike comes with a price tag of approximately Rs. 7,50,000/-

 

Triumph Thruxton:

Thruxton happens to be Triumph’s only café racer model among all its bikes. This motorcycle shares its past with the 1960’s café racer, when the trend was very popular. This bike is designed reminiscing the 1960’s. The bike has a typical single seat, low-end handlebars with traditional bar-end mirrors and a fly screen. The twin pod instrument cluster gets analog speedometer and tachometer that goes well with the overall look of the bike.

Engine:

This bike comes powered by the same 865cc parallel twin air-cooled engine that powers the Bonneville. The engine churns out 69PS at 7,400rpm and has a peak torque of 69Nm at 5,800rpm with plenty available at low revs. The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox and the bike has a kerb weight of 230kg.

"Triumph Thruxton"
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The Thruxton’s price starts off at Rs. 7,50,000/-

 

Triumph Street Triple:

Triumph tried to enter all the sub segments of the biking community in India. The Triumph street grabs attention of plenty of bikers. This street fighter segment machine has a pretty evil looking design.

 

"Street Triple r"
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Although the headlight setup has mixed reactions, the beast still has design cues to die for. The tail lamps get a neat design and the turning indicators are integrated with LED lamps. The fact is that the overall design is very radical. The front brakes are equipped with a 310mm disc used against a Nissin caliper while the rear brake gets a 220 mm Brembo. The front suspension comes with a 41 mm inverted fork, while the rear one is an adjustable mono shock, KYB being used in both. This bike has a switchable ABS option and features a coded immobilizer that protects the bike from being stolen.

 

Engine:

The Street Triple comes powered by a 675cc triple-cylinder engine that produces 107bhp of power and 69Nm of torque. The chassis is incorporated with aluminum and on account of the twin spar design, the motorcycle has a low centre of gravity.
This bike is aggressively priced at Rs. 8,32,000/-

 

Triumph Speed Triple ABS:

This light-weight machine has power that screams out loud and clear. It has pretty good characteristics and makes every road feel like a track.

 

Engine:

The ABS model of the Speed Triple comes powered by a liquid-cooled three-cylinder 1050cc engine, which churns out 133bhp and 111Nm of torque. The fuel-injected unit is connected to a six-speed manual gearbox with a wet multi plate clutch and a lightweight three-into-two exhaust system.

"Triumph Street triple ABS"
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The price of this bike starts off at Rs. 11,61,000/-