In India, the 2017 Triumph Street Triple is available in S variant which is powered by an 111bhp, 765cc, 3-cylinder engine.
Triumph, the British two-wheeler maker has finally launched the 2017 Triumph Street Triple 765 S in the Indian market. Available in S trim only, the motorcycle is priced at Rs 8.5 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Bookings for the bike have already commenced across Triumph dealerships in India. One can book this motorcycle by paying Rs 1 lakh, while deliveries are expected to begin from July onwards. Read More – 2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber Launched At Rs 9.09 Lakh
As a reminder, the new Street Triple 765 was unveiled internationally earlier this year. In the European markets, this bike is available in three variants – S, R and RS. In India, on the other hand, the bike is available in the entry-level S trim. The company is also likely to introduce the RS variant, but on later stage.
Powering the new Street Triple is a larger 765cc, inline 3-cylinder engine that churns out a maximum power output of 111bhp at 11,250rpm and 73Nm of torque at 9,100. In RS variant, the same engine develops 121bhp at 11,750rpm and 77Nm of torque at 10,800rpm. Power will be transmitted to the rear wheels via a six-speed transmission. The RS trim also gets a slio and assist sliper clutch and a quickshifter. Read More – Triumph Bonneville T100
The 2017 Triumph Street Triple 765 RS version is equipped with high-end tech, including a 41mm Showa front forks and Ohlins monoshock suspension at the rear. Braking duties will be carried out by Brembo-sourced 310mm disc up front and a 220mm disc at the rear. Talking about high-end features, the bike gets ride-by-wire, programmable riding modes, switchable ABS, traction control, and a full digital instrument console. The bike also has full LED headlamps with integrated daytime running lamps.
First launched in 2007, the Street Triple is one of the most popular models globally with over 50,000 bikes sold. With loads of new features and bigger engine, the new model cost Rs 8.51 lakh. The previous model was retailed at Rs 7.91 lakh. The RS version is likely to cost around Rs 12.5 lakh. The new model will take on the likes of Ducati Monster 821 and the upcoming Kawasaki Z900.