Triumph Motorcycles (Triumph Motorcycles) has launched its new Street Triple R (Street Triple R) bike in India. Its Pan India ex-showroom price in the Indian market has been kept at Rs 8.84 lakh. With the new Street Triple R, the middleweight naked segment has become even more competitive. The new Street Triple R is positioned below the top-of-the-line Street Triple RS (Street Triple RS model), which was recently hiked in India.
The Triumph Street Triple R bike gets a 765 cc in-line 3-cylinder engine with new BS6 fuel emission standards. This engine generates 118 PS of power at 12,000 rpm and peak torque of 79 Nm at 9,350 pm. This engine has a 6-speed manual gearbox. In the RS model, this engine is slightly more powerful, generating 123 PS of power and 79 Nm of torque.
The bike is equipped with state-of-the-art rider support technology such as the new Triumph Shift Assist up and down quick-shifter, 3 riding modes, and ride-by-wire, ABS, and traction control.
3 riding modes
The Triumph Street Triple R bike offers three riding modes - Road, Rain, and Sport. These can be selected by going to the Street Triple R's LCD Instrument panel. Rain mode limits the engine power to 100 PS for a safe and smooth ride.
Suspension and braking
The Street Triple R bike gets 41mm Showa Adjustable Upside Down Fork Suspension at the front and Showa Monoshock at the rear. There are 310 mm twin discs at the front and 220 mm disc brakes at the rear. The bike is equipped with dual-channel ABS and traction control. This bike gets 17-inch wheels.
Street Triple R bikes can be booked for one lakh rupees through the company's dealership. This new bike will replace the company's Street Triple S bike in the Indian market.
The Street Triple R bike will compete with bikes such as the KTM 790 Duke, Kawasaki Z900, and Ducati Monster 821 in the Indian market.