2017 Triumph Street Triple caught getting tested
Snapshot: The all new Triumph Street Triple will be seen in four different variants!
In last couple of months the iconic British motorcycle maker has come up with new models like the Street twin, 2016 Speed triple and the Thurxton R. This time, Triumph was caught testing the all new Street Triple 675. The new Street is rumoured to arrive in not one but several variants.
The spy shot reveals that the bike has gone through a slew of visual upgrades. The tail section gets new grab rails and redesigned seats, also the swing-arm unit looks fresh resembling the subframe’s trellis shape. From bar-end mirrors to radiator side cowls and the headlamp assembly, the British motorcycle firm have taken quite a few components from the Speed Triple.
Talking about the mechanicals, the reports suggest that new Street Triple will have a revised engine assembly. Also the new Street will be available in four versions, the base version will churn out 110bhp of maximum power and a non-adjustable Kayaba suspensions. The upper R version will make around 115bhp and will come with adjustable Showa kit and radial Nissins brakes. The RT version will churn 125bhp and will be equipped with touring goodies. On the other hand the top most RS variant will be seen with Ohlins suspension and Brembo brakes, churning out 125bhp on the max. It is quite certain that Triumph India will not launch all the four variants but only the base one. And we can hope to see the all new Street Triple at the EICMA 2016.
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