2017 Triumph Street Triple

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  • Triumph Street Triple
  • Year:
    2017
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    inline-3
  • Displacement:
    765 cc
  • Top Speed:
    162 mph
  • Price:
    INR 950000 (Est.)
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The Brit’s purebred attempt at slaughtering anything coming against it.

Over the past couple of years, Triumph has been sweating it out on the arena and treating us with exceptionally new modern classics over and over again. Their Bonneville range is selling as fast as they can make them and just when you thought it’s time for them to take a well-deserved breather, they just pushed themselves to change the rules of the street and prove that they can still rule the popular roadster/streetfighter category.

Triumph, a manufacturer having more than two decades of experience in building top class motorcycles, has bet big on their new upgraded Street Triple model. Giving the riders a distinctive appeal was the characterful and thrilling 675cc triple cylinder engine that had previously made the Street Triple what it was. The small roadster motorcycle became a Triumph icon back then, and the British brand has set to repeat the same with an all-new 2017 Triumph Street Triple.

It will now have a 765cc under the hood and will come in three variants: S, R and RS, each with their unique level of power, performance, technology and distinctive attitudes. With cutting edge technology, earth shattering equipment list, attention to detail and a new sinister powerplant, looks like the Brits have concocted a winner. Get on and choose your pick.

 

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2017 Triumph Street Triple

2017 Triumph Street Triple

The Brit’s purebred attempt at slaughtering anything coming against it.

Over the past couple of years, Triumph has been sweating it out on the arena and treating us with exceptionally new modern classics over and over again. Their Bonneville range is selling as fast as they can make them and just when you thought it’s time for them to take a well-deserved breather, they just pushed themselves to change the rules of the street and prove that they can still rule the popular roadster/streetfighter category.

Triumph, a manufacturer having more than two decades of experience in building top class motorcycles, has bet big on their new upgraded Street Triple model. Giving the riders a distinctive appeal was the characterful and thrilling 675cc triple cylinder engine that had previously made the Street Triple what it was. The small roadster motorcycle became a Triumph icon back then, and the British brand has set to repeat the same with an all-new 2017 Triumph Street Triple.

It will now have a 765cc under the hood and will come in three variants: S, R and RS, each with their unique level of power, performance, technology and distinctive attitudes. With cutting edge technology, earth shattering equipment list, attention to detail and a new sinister powerplant, looks like the Brits have concocted a winner. Get on and choose your pick.

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Triumph is finally rolling the 2017 Street Triple onto the country roads.

Triumph is finally rolling the 2017 Street Triple onto the country roads.

Bookings have opened for the striking new Street Triple and India launch is slated this month.

For a motorcycle that is said to change the rules of the street, Triumph, a manufacturer having more than two decades of experience in building motorcycles, has bet big on their new upgraded Street Triple model. A model that had already changed the notion of a streetfighter back when it was first launched in 2007.

Giving the riders a distinctive appeal was the characterful and thrilling 675cc triple cylinder engine that had previously made the Daytona 675 sportsbike what it was. The small roadster motorcycle became a Triumph icon back then and the British brand set to repeat the same with an all-new 2017 Triumph Street Triple which will now have a 765cc under the hood.

After launching this earth shattering motorcycle in London five months ago, the British maker has set the ball rolling to introduce this machine into the Indian market as we speak. The bookings for the same have begun across Triumph showrooms in the country and apparently, only the Street Triple ‘S’ variant will be made available for now post the June 12 launch. The ‘R’ and the ‘RS’ variants will, however, come in sometime later in the year.

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Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N

Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N

Find out who ends on top

When we talk about the Indian two wheeler market in person, this fastest growing market in the world for two wheelers, which perhaps will become the biggest as well in the upcoming years surpassing the markets positioned above it, has shown a tremendous shift in terms of customer preferences. Within this market, if we talk about the performance oriented segments as well, the category of 200-250cc motorcycles has become the range starting class, unlike that of the 150cc commuters as before.

Due to this shift, sense of increased maturity and flow of money, the riders are now looking out for middleweight motorcycles more, while upgrading their riding skills from a 200-250cc motorcycle. This has resulted in an increased interest and sales numbers of middleweight category motorcycles. Since the liter class superbikes are a bit impractical for their upgrade and usage, the middleweight motorcycles are currently considered to be the best bet to be their next purchase. The middleweight segment of motorcycles consists of all kinds of motorcycles right now, with the segment of roadsters being the most practical and preferred ones, which is quite reflected in their sales numbers as well. Currently, the Indian market has four different motorcycles in this space of 600-800cc roadsters – Kawasaki ER-6n, Triumph Street Triple, Benelli TNT 600i and Hyosung GT 650N.

However, Kawasaki has recently announced that it will soon be replacing the aging and dated ER-6n with an all new generation motorcycle, the Z650, which is a roadster based on the new generation Ninja 650. Like the ER-6n, the Z650 will continue the rivalry of Kawasaki with its competitors – Triumph Street Triple, Benelli TNT 600i and Hyosung GT 650N, all of which have varying strengths of their own. All these four motorcycles are made here via the CKD route, which explains their affordable pricing as well. Which brings us to the quest that which one of the four emerges out to be the best bet for your money? Let’s find out:-

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2017 Triumph Street Cup

2017 Triumph Street Cup

The worthy competitor to the new Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer

When Triumph, for the very first time, came out with the Thruxton café racer range, little did we all know that this very particular motorcycle will go into the history books to be recorded as one of the most beautiful motorcycles to have ever made its existence in the world of motorcycles. And why wouldn’t it be, as the motorcycle is a perfect combination of old school and retro stance with modern design cues.
However, with the passage of time, the new Thruxton has become a bit more inaccessible for the new-for-the middleweight-segment riders, as the new Thruxton range comes fitted with 1200cc powertrain, thus becoming a bit intimidating for new big bike riders. Triumph too understands this very fact, which is why, it has came up with an all new middleweight café racer based on its new smaller Street Twin lineup.

Say hello to the all new Street Cup, a café racer based on the new small middleweight ‘Street Twin’ lineup of Bonneville, which will remind you of the previous generation Thruxton. Here’s our comprehensive review of the all new Street Cup:-

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2016 Triumph Speed Triple R

2016 Triumph Speed Triple R

A Sportsbike That Never Compromised On Power and Refinement

Triumph may have garnered a huge interest of the Indian enthusiasts for its adventure range of motorcycles, but as we all know, the British manufacturer has a wide variety of motorcycles on offer, amongst which is its range of naked roadsters. The triple cylinder beasts, with their characteristic styling and performance, have made them a bit distinctive and special in terms if character, which is different from that of the regular breed of twin or inline four cylinder motorcycles.

In this particular range of roadsters from Triumph, the Speed Triple happens to be the flagship motorcycle, which was given a substantial makeover at the EICMA 2015. Along with the standard version, which is now known as Speed Triple S, Triumph did introduce a more hardcore and focused version of the motorcycle by the name Speed Triple R, which comes with a number of cosmetic changes, feature additions and a major boost in performance, courtesy the changes carried out to the engine, which has made the motorcycle a choice hard to resist from. Here’s our quick look on the all new Speed Triple R.

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2016 Triumph Street Triple RX

2016 Triumph Street Triple RX

A naked middleweight sportbike from renowned British motorcycle manufacturer

In the Indian two wheeler market, there has been a sudden surge in the sales of the naked streetfighters across all the segments of motorcycling, especially in the quarter liter segment as well as middleweight segment. Talking about the latter, various manufacturers from all over the world have started offering their respective best shots in the 600-800cc category.

All the motorcycle manufacturers have started to pay off a serious attention to the middleweight sportsbike segments, the credits of which majorly goes to the Triumph Street Triple. The Street Triple was the first roadster which paved the way for other manufacturers to play their respective moves in the super competent 500cc-800cc category.

This British roadster has successfully managed to win the hearts of enthusiasts with its pure focus on performance and dynamics. This motorcycle promises of being an everyday sportsbike, which can bring out the wild side out of you as and when needed. Regarded as one of the most focused street fighters, the Street Triple has been given one more variant in the form of Street Triple RX, where the ‘RX’ suffix stands for a sportier persona with changes to mechanicals and slight cosmetic enhancements. Here’s a quick look over the brilliant new Triumph Street Triple RX:-

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2016 Triumph Street Triple R

2016 Triumph Street Triple R

In the Indian two wheeler market, there has been a sudden surge in the sales of the naked streetfighters across all the segments of motorcycling, especially in the quarter liter segment as well as middleweight segment. Talking about the latter, various manufacturers from all over the world have started offering their respective best shots in the 600-800cc category.

All the motorcycle manufacturers have started to pay off a serious attention to the middleweight sportsbike segments, the credits of which majorly goes to the Triumph Street Triple. The Street Triple was the first roadster which paved the way for other manufacturers to play their respective moves in the super competent 500cc-800cc category.

This British roadster has successfully managed to win the hearts of enthusiasts with its pure focus on performance and dynamics. This motorcycle promises of being an everyday sportsbike, which can bring out the wild side out of you as and when needed. Regarded as one of the mosdt focused street fighters, the Street Triple has been given one more variant in the form of Street Triple R, where the ‘R’ suffix stands for a sportier persona with changes to mechanicals and slight cosmetic enhancements. Here’s a quick look over the brilliant new Triumph Street Triple R:.

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Triumph At Auto Expo 2016

Triumph At Auto Expo 2016

When Triumph entered in the Indian market in its full swing in the last Auto Expo 2014, little did we knew that this British manufacturer will emerge as one of the fastest players in the performance oriented segments of two wheeler motoring in India. In the last couple of years, Triumph has affirmed its presence in almost all the segments of middleweight as well as liter class plus segments, with the adventure tourers and naked roadsters being the higher selling models out of its range.

While Triumph did had a not-so-memorable debacle of claiming false power outputs in its Indian history, the manufacturer has come a long way from that chapter and is looking forward to take the pace of its growth to an all new level. Which is why, Triumph showcased its entire range of motorcycles at the Auto Expo 2016. While some of the models displayed were the same motorcycles which are already on sale here, Triumph used this opportunity to launch a couple of models in the country, or to be precise, the all new Bonneville T120, Street Twin and Thruxton R models.

Here’s a complete range of the all motorcycles from Triumph which were kept at display at the Auto Expo 2016.

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2015 Triumph Street Triple

2015 Triumph Street Triple

There is no surprise in the fact that the Indian two wheeler market is mostly fascinated by either fully faired motorcycles or big and hefty cruisers. But recently, the market has begun to be flooded by a variety of naked streetfighters from various manufacturers. Considering the riding conditions in India, the naked streetfighters tend to be the most practical ones among the new breed of superbikes emerging in the nation.

All the motorcycle manufacturers have started to pay off a serious attention to the middleweight sportsbike segments, the credits of which majorly goes to the Triumph Street Triple. The Street Triple was the first roadster which paved the way for other manufacturers to play their respective moves in the super competent 500cc-800cc category.

This British roadster has successfully managed to win the hearts of enthusiasts with its pure focus on performance and dynamics. This motorcycle promises of being an everyday sportsbike, which can bring out the wild side out of you as and when needed. Here’s a quick look over the brilliant Triumph Street Triple.

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Triumph Opens New Dealership In Pune

Triumph Opens New Dealership In Pune

The legendary British two wheeler manufacturer Triumph has opened its new dealership in Pune today. The B.U. Bhandari which is located near the Pashan road in Pune is the 4th dealership for the British two wheeler manufacturer in India. The other three dealerships are located in Bangalore, Hyderabad and Kochi respectively. Their Kochi dealership was opened only this month.

The new Pune dealership is a modern showroom which has its own after-sales service facility featuring service bays and a spare parts inventory. The new showroom is further equipped with consultation lounge, sales and after sales desks situated near the display area. The showroom will further also sell large number of Triumph merchandise which will include riding gear, accessories and memorabilia and also will bring the same international standards of sales, service, spare parts and systems.

Mr. Shailesh Bhandari, Dealer Principle, B.U. Bhandari Triumph, said, “We feel extremely honored to be associated with a renowned brand like Triumph Motorcycles. We at BU Bhandari, uphold customer satisfaction to the highest degree. It is because of this common ethos, that our partnership with Triumph Motorcycles is perfectly suited”.

At present the Triumph Indian lineup consists of the following motorcycles Bonneville, Bonneville T100 and the Thruxton café racer, Speed Triple, Street Triple, the Tiger 800 XC and Tiger Explorer, the cruisers Thunderbird Storm and Rocket III Roadster lastly the Daytona 675 & Daytona 675R superbikes.

Triumph further has plans to setup two more showrooms on 3rd of May in Mumbai and Ahmadabad which is a part of the 9 dealerships planned by the manufacturer for this year. The legendary British two wheeler manufacturer has also announced that they were able to bag 335 bookings across 5 model categories and their secret of success lies in their capability to provide their customers with a different kind of experiential sales process which is further followed by different ride events hosted by them.

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