- Engine: 1200 Cc
- Mileage: 23.25 Kmpl
- Power: 76 bhp
- Weight: 245 Kg
Triumph Speedmaster Overview
The Triumph peedmaster is the latest addition to the classic Triumph Bonneville family. Just like its other siblings, the all-new Triumph Speedmaster appears sporty and retro in every aspect, but still carries the predominant old charm in its own stylish way. This can be reflected in the overall design elements of the bike with the presence of forward-set footpegs and swept-back handlebars that offer a highly comfortable riding position. In comparison to the old standard Speedmaster series, the latest Triumph Speedmaster is completely different as it receives the enhanced retro styling elements in the overall new incarnation along with increased relaxed attitude.
Triumph Speedmaster Engine & Transmission
The latest Triumph Speedmaster Bonneville is powered by the same engine that powers the Triumph Bonneville Bobber bike series. The Triumph Speedmaster receives its power from the powerful 1200cc, liquid cooled, 8 valve, parallel twin, SOHC engine unit that generates the power of 76 BHP at 6100 rpm along with the maximum torque of 106 Nm at 4000 rpm. The engine of the bike has been mated to the 6-speed transmission gearbox.
Triumph Speedmaster Braking & Safety
The suspension duties of the Triumph Speedmaster are handled by the front 41 mm telescopic forks with around 90 mm of travel along with the rear-end adjustable monoshock with around 73mm of travel. The braking system of the bike is handled by the two-piston Brembo 310mm disc towards the front in addition to the 255mm Nissin single disc brake at the rear end. ABS is available as standard in the bike.
Triumph Speedmaster Competitors
With the given set of sporty features, the all-new Triumph Speedmaster of the Bonneville family is expected to rival against the likeness of the bikes like the Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom and the Indian Scout Sixty bike series.
Triumph Speedmaster Mileage
The Triumph Speedmaster comes with a 1200cc engine displacement along with an average mileage of around 24.3 kmpl. In terms of the overall features, the new-gen Triumph Speedmaster receives several updates including the sporty LED headlamps with DRLs, ride-by-wire technology, a single analogue instrument pod that comes with a digital display, switchable traction control, 2 different riding modes including Rain & Road, and advanced cruise control. The new Triumph Speedmaster also accommodates a passenger and offers extensive luggage options.
Triumph Speedmaster Performance and Handling
The presence of high-tech features like the beach-cruiser bars and effective forward controls offer a neutral and upright riding position for the Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster bike series. The bike also offers a downward relaxed riding position in conjunction with the effective front controls that enable the riders to keep the overall weight driven through the footpegs. When these features are coupled with the 28-inch seat height, there is the motorbike that functions immensely well for all the riders of diverse sizes and comfort levels.
Triumph Speedmaster What we think
With the overall sporty design and several advanced updates, the recent Triumph Speedmaster of the Bonneville family is a turner in every aspect.
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