11 Triumph Bonneville User Reviews

Just awesome

Overall rating: 4.75
Reviewed By: (Guest) on 2015-01-21 18:28:48

My father recently gifted me this bike. The Bonneville is 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 weight of 225kg. It gets the light cast 17-inch wheels with 11... Read More »

Nice look

Overall rating: 4.00
Reviewed By: (Guest) on 2015-01-22 18:27:01

Just two months ago I bought this bike. The Bonneville looks very classy and it is very unlikely the motorcycle will lose its iconic image. Keeping its classic design in mind, the company has decided to give it an analogue speedometer with odometer, clock and trip information. This bike is a pure ro... Read More »

An amazing cruiser fit for both daily commutes and highways

Overall rating: 4.50
Reviewed By: (Guest) on 2015-06-23 11:54:50

I bought the Bonneville last year after hearing amazing reviews from friends and family, and after the test ride, I was convinced how it was the perfect choice for me. I didn??™t want to restrict my purchase to only weekends and long drives on open highways, but use it regularly for daily commutes t... Read More »

One of the most relaxed cruisers around

Overall rating: 4.00
Reviewed By: (Guest) on 2015-06-22 11:54:04

The Bonneville is one of the most famous motorcycles of Triumph and I couldn??™t be happier with it after I purchased it at the beginning of this year. The motorcycle is a vintage beauty, with analogue speedometers and tachometers that add to its classic appeal. This motorcycle isn??™t meant for spe... Read More »

The Classic Choice

Overall rating: 4.25
Reviewed By: (Guest) on 2015-06-21 11:53:13

I was one of the first buyers of the Bonneville has soon as Triumph opened shop in India. I have been a fan of the classic Bonneville for decades and finally getting my hands on it for a reasonable price was the cherry on the top. The Bonneville is powered by an 865cc two-cylinder engine that gives ... Read More »

One of the best and reliable motorcycles around

Overall rating: 4.25
Reviewed By: (Guest) on 2015-06-20 11:52:04

The Bonneville from Triumph is one of the most famous motorcycles around and I was obviously excited when I heard Triumph launching the bike in India through the CKD route, which meant it wouldn??™t be unreasonably expensive. Bonneville has been a huge family favourite through generations, and it wa... Read More »

Royal motorcycle

Overall rating: 4.00
Reviewed By: (Guest) on 2015-06-23 18:45:10

I am riding the Bonneville for last 1 year and I must agree to the fact that this is truly an awesome bike. It has a very decent and classy look which is definitely an eye catcher on the streets. Moreover it has got a very smooth and reliable engine which displaces 865 cc.... Read More »

Premium Feel

Overall rating: 3.75
Reviewed By: (Guest) on 2015-06-24 18:44:05

I completely agree with the user review of Mr. Yash Sharma. This is truly an awesome and genuine bike from Triumph. A very powerful 865 cc engine and the engine churns out a maximum power of 60.7 PS @ 7500 RPM. It has a peak torque of 61.1NM at 5551 rpm. But I feel this bike still gives an old schoo... Read More »

A class apart bike

Overall rating: 4.00
Reviewed By: (Guest) on 2015-06-25 18:43:01

This bike is a class apart motorcycle. I go on bike touring very frequently. And I must say this bike just glides on the highways. It has a very smooth and responsive engine. It has a R17 front and rear tyres which give utmost grip while riding the bike.... Read More »

Perfect for touring

Overall rating: 4.00
Reviewed By: (Guest) on 2015-06-26 18:41:53

I completely agree with the above reviews of people. This bike has an air cooled engine which is capable of displacing 865 cc and it is mated to a 5 ??“ speed gearbox. It has front discs of 310mm and rear discs of 255 mm, which provide a good braking efficiency.... Read More »

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