Overall rating: 4.75 4.7/5 based on 1 reviews | Write a Review

*Ex-Showroom price:

7.45 Lakhs*
It's the price of the bike exclusive of duties, taxes, depot charges, and insurance. To get on-road price, click on 'get onroad price' button below
EMI starting from 27776
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Aluminium Silver Cranberry Red Jet Black Matt Black
Key features
  • Engine: 900 Cc
  • Mileage: 18 Kmpl
  • Power: 54.3 bhp
  • Weight: 198 Kg
Triumph Street Twin Price in India

Triumph Street Twin Price in India

  • Pros

    • ABS, Traction Control
    • Engine Power
    • Better Fuel Efficiency
  • Cons

    • No Tachometer
    • Limited Service Centres

Triumph Street Twin Overview

In another addition to the Classic range of motorcycles, Triumph Motorcycles has unveiled Triumph Street Twin at the recent Auto Expo. It comes as an upgrade to the existing Triumph Bonneville bikethat draws power from a liquid cooled 900cc parallel twin powerplant and is backed by a five speed gearbox and an electronic ride-by-wire system for better throttle response. Added to that are functions like traction control and switchable ABS, which optimise torque delivery and enhance safety. The appearance of Triumph Street Twin draws heavily from the current model, Triumph Bonneville and incorporates a sleek, clear and refined silhouette. The frontage is characterised by a clear lens compact headlamp, 41mm telescopic forks, and a big 18 inches alloy wheel. The rear is made conspicuous by a retro style LED tail lamp and upswept brushed stainless steel exhausts, besides others. The control of gearbox is carried out by a slip assist clutch, which is easy on the fingers and enhances riding pleasure. Triumph Street Twin price is pegged at Rs.6.75 lakhs (Ex Showroom, New Delhi) and is offered with a raft of accessories. To be made as a CBU in Thailand, Triumph Street Twin possesses an extra padded stitched seat for better comfort, brushed body shrouds, an under seat USB socket, a single disc front brake with two Nissin piston callipers & a smaller rear disc brake, and a single pod digital menu based instrument panel accessed by a handlebar affixed scroll button. The instrument console is home to gauges like gear position indicator, odometer, range to empty fuel level, two trip settings, clock, traction control and ABS settings, and fuel consumption figures. Triumph Street Twin, in an all black colour scheme,competes against players like Harley Davidson Street 750, Ducati Scrambler and Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone.

Triumph Street Twin Engine & Transmission

Triumph Street Twin specifications include a 900cc 8-valve 2700parallel twin high torque petrol powerplant yielding an 18 percent more torque value than its predecessor to the tune of 80Nm at 3200rpm, and a maximum power of 22bhp between rev speeds of 2750 – 4750rpm. The engine is mated to a five speed manual transmission gearbox system, which is operable through a slip assist clutch.

Triumph Street Twin Mileage

Triumph Street Twin mileage is pitched at 26.72Kmpl, which is 36% more than its predecessor.

Triumph Street Twin Performance and Handling

A raft of functionalities makesTriumph Street Twin an easy to drive machine. These include traction control by using which the bike can be made to traverse any kind of terrain, a switchable ABS to enhance safety, and a slip assist clutch, ride by wire for aperfect throttle response. The seat with extra padding is sufficiently low for the feet to touch ground – real handy for control. The very fact that Triumph Street Twin delivers 18 percent more torque and 36 percent more fuel efficiency than its predecessor makes it real powerful yet a fuel efficient street machine.

Users Reviews

Triumph Street Twin Users Reviews (1 reviews)

Excellent riding machine
Overall rating: 4.75 Reviewed By: Vasan(Guest) on 14 Jul 2016
City ride or highway the engine responses well, No driving dullness always have fun on riding in each gear. Read full review »

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