2021 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin Launched In India At Rs.7.95 Lakh

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2021 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin

Triumph Motorcycles has launched the new Triumph Bonneville Street Twin at Rs.7.95 lakh and now comes with better fuel efficiency. The motorcycle has received a new update on style, side panels, decals, foil tank badge and brushed aluminium headlight bracket. The new Triumph model costs Rs.50,000 more than its predecessor, which was retailed at ₹ 7.45 lakh, but resembles its predecessor in terms of hardware.

The 2021 Triumph Street Twin features two riding modes, LED rear light, ABS, switchable traction control and a new seat cushion with a 765 mm seat height. The company has also provided new cast wheels with machined spoke detailing and a re-designed flat seat. The model meets the latest BS6 regulations and comes with a 900cc, parallel-twin engine, which has a maximum power of 64 bhp at 7,500 rpm and a peak torque of 80 Nm at 3,800 rpm. This engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

Speaking on the occasion, Shoeb Farooq, Business Head, Triumph Motorcycles India said, “We’re glad to launch the 2021 updated Bonnevilles in India. The modern classics are very important to our portfolio as they contribute around 50% of our overall sales. Today we launch the first set of 2021 Bonnevilles in India and we have plans to further strengthen the range in the coming days. Also, for the first time, we’re bringing a special edition within the modern classic range to India with the Street Twin Gold Line Edition. Only 30 Street Twin Gold Line Edition bikes will be available in India out of 1000 being produced globally. This is one of the five special editions that we will be launching in India in 2021 across the range”.

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2021 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin Gold Line Version

The Triumph Street Twin has retained its double downtube chassis, the 18-inch alloy wheel upfront and the 17-inch wheel at the rear. It also has telescopic forks at the front, a mono-shock absorber at the back, and single disc brakes at both ends. The 2021 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin retains the mechanical features, as mentioned above. The company although provides a 16,000km or 12 months service interval to its customers.

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