The British bikemaker Triumph unveiled its much-awaited Daytona 675 at the second day of 2014 Auto Expo. Priced at INR 10.15 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi), Daytona is powered by a three-cylinder 675cc engine, which punches out 126 bhp and 74 nm of torque. Now, the company has 11 motorcycles on sale in India.
The Daytona 675 comes in three diffrent colors and offers Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) as standard. With the addition of this bike, Triumph Motorcycles now have 11 motorcycles on sale in the Indian market.
Triumph will open seven stores over the next three months and announced the commencement of pre-bookings in Delhi and Chennai from February 6. “Our exclusive dealerships are currently operational in Bangalore and Hyderabad. Bookings have been announced for Mumbai and Pune dealerships, which will start by March. But bookings for Delhi and Chennai will start from today and the dealerships will be operational very soon. Over the next few months there will be many more dealerships that will open up across the country,” Sumbly said.
Paul Stroud, Director Sales & Marketing (Global), Triumph Motorcycles Pvt. Ltd. said, "India is an exceptionally exciting market for us and the premium motorcycle segment in the country is seeing tremendous growth. With the launch of 11 motorcycles across 5 distinct model families including classic, cruiser, super sports, roadsters and adventure segments, Triumph is already enjoying a great response from the Indian market."