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Triumph Street Triple S launched at 8.5 Lakh

  • Triumph Street Triple S launched at 8.5 Lakh

    The All-new Street Triple S has been launched in the country, which seems to be a piece of candy for many riders across the country. This roadster with contemporary styling should attract a lot of youngsters and weekend riders.

    The new Street Triple S is powered by a 765 cc engine and claims to offer a superior torque than its earlier model and is also the lightest motorcycle in its segment. Strategic rework in its engine seems to have made a remarkable difference and we are waiting to test this new avatar!


    The new improved features of the Street Triple S include a good-looking split Step-up saddle, a swanky instrument console and shall introducing over sixty new accessories for the motorcycle. The motorcycle is available in two colour options, which are: Diablo Red and Phantom Black.

    Triumph Motorcycles, the British motorcycle manufacturer is pushing its assembly operations in the country and aims to produce ninety percent of its motorcycles in India by 2018. “We are looking at local assembly of 90 per cent of our product portfolio by next year,” said Vimal Sumbly, Triumph Motorcycles India Managing Director. He also stated, “We are emphasising on Made in India, and next year, we will have around 1,200 units locally produced.”

    The all-new Street Triple S, which was launched today in New Delhi is competitively priced at Rs.8.5 lakh. As per Mr. Sumbly, the company expects a sale of 25—300 units of the Street Triple S in the country by the end of this year.

    The Triumph Motorcycle Company sells 16 models across five different categories in India out of which only twenty percent are assembled at its Manesar plant, wherein the Street Triple S shall be assembled as well.  Since most of the company’s products are imported from Thailand and the UK, this has been a noticeable change!


    Bookings for the New Street Triple S have already started and 14 of the company’s dealerships are expected to begin deliveries from the coming week. The company aims at launching two more variants, ‘R’ and the ‘RS’ by the end of this year.

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