Triumph Motorcycles ‌to‌ ‌Choose‌ ‌||‌ Specifications,‌ ‌Features,‌ ‌And‌ ‌Summary

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  1. Triumph Tiger 850 Sport

The wraps of its new Tiger 850 Sport, an affordable and more manageable version of the Tiger 900, were taken away by Triumph. It will globally replace the base Tiger 900 variant, which has never reached our shores. The new Tiger 850 Sport will be available throughout the country at Triumph dealerships in in early 2021. Expect it to carry a price tag of around Rs 11.50 lakh (ex-showroom), less than the Tiger 900 GT at around Rs 2.20 lakh.

Triumph Tiger 850 Sport Specifications

Basically, the Tiger 850 Sport is essentially the same Tiger 900 base-trim with less power, the the same set of mechanicals, and LED turn indicators. The 888cc engine was disassembled to produce 85PS and 82Nm, 10PS and 5Nm lower than the Tiger 900 now. However, for someone who wants a more sedate riding experience, this tune has been made available.

Triumph Tiger 850 Sport Features

The Triumph Tiger 850 Sport engine is powered by an 888 cc engine. The Tiger 850 Sport engine generates 85 hp @ 8500 rpm and 82 Nm @ 6500 rpm of torque. The Triumph Tiger 850 Sport features front and rear disc brakes. The Triumph Tiger 850 Sport has alloy wheels and tubeless tyres.

Triumph Tiger 850 Sport Variants

In the expected price range of between 11,00,000 and 12,00,000, the Triumph Tiger 850 Sport is expected to be launched in India in March 2021. Triumph Street Triple RS, Ducati Scrambler 1100 & BMW F900R are currently available bikes similar to the Tiger 850 Sport. Another bicycle similar to the Tiger 850 Sport is the Ducati Hypermotard 950, launched in India in March 2021.

Triumph Tiger 850 Sport Summary

Engine888 CC
No of Cylinders03
ColorsGraphite And Diablo Red Graphite And Caspian Blue
Max Power85 PS @ 8500 rpm
ABSDual-Channel
Emission TypeBS6
Max Torque82 Nm @ 6500 rpm
Seat Height810-830 mm

Pros And Cons of Triumph Tiger 850 Sport

Pros of Triumph Tiger 850 SportIt Will be based on the Triumph Tiger 900.

Expected to be powered by the same engine as the Tiger 900’s.

Will be a road-focused Tiger.
Cons of Triumph Tiger 850 SportLacks brand recall.

Limited sales & service reach.
  1. Triumph Tiger Trident 660

In the mid-displacement naked motorcycle segment, Triumph has revealed its contender: the Trident. The naked one was launched at GBP 7,195 in the UK, which is approximately Rs 6.93 lakh. We could potentially see Triumph launching the Trident at Rs 6.99 lakh if we were to apply the same price differential between the price of the Street Triple R in the UK and India.

Triumph Tiger Trident 660 Specifications

A similar version of the 660cc triple engine that you find on the Euro-spec Street Triple S is powering the Trident. There are quite a lot of different internal parts dedicated to making the engine feel much more accessible. 81PS at 10,250rpm and 64Nm at 5,000rpm are generated here, making it one of the performance leaders in this segment. As standard, a six-speed gearbox with a slip-and-assist clutch comes in and a bi-directional quickshifter from the accessory catalogue of the Triumph can be fitted. In terms of electronic aids on offer, it leads the pack. Two rider modes are standard with their individual throttle maps, settings for traction control and levels of ABS intervention.

Triumph Tiger Trident 660 Features

There were quite a lot of features Triumph managed to pack here. LED lighting was a given all around, but they have the signature Triumph touch. The round console is a complete digital unit with the top portion of the LCD displaying information such as speed, revs, fuel level and selected current gear. The bottom half is a TFT colour panel that allows you to control the electronic aids as well as introduce smartphone connectivity for which a separate module needs to be purchased.

Triumph Tiger Trident 660 Variants

Triumph has attempted to strike the right balance with contemporary design with classic curvy lines. There is a retro feel to the circular LED headlamp, curvy tank, large knee recesses and roundel info cluster. But the overall look is pretty much a naked ’90 European. The stubby short tail is rather wide and welcoming. With rear turn indicators mounted on the tyre hugger, the LED tail-light is neatly integrated into the tail.

Triumph Tiger Trident 660 Summary

Engine660 CC
No of Cylinders03
ColorsSilver Ice , Sapphire Black , Matte Jet Black Matte Silver Ice Cystal White
Max Power81 PS @ 10250 rpm
ABSDual-Channel
Emission TypeBS6
Max Torque64 Nm @ 6250 rpm
Kerb Weight189 Kg
Seat Height805 mm

Pros And Cons of Triumph Tiger Trident 660

Pros of Triumph Tiger Trident 660Good Looks.

All-Digital Instrument Console.

Solid Build Quality.
Cons of Triumph Tiger Trident 660Limited Sales & Service Outlets.

Limited sales & service reach.
  1. Triumph Street Triple RS

At 8,84,000 (ex-showroom, pan India), Triumph has launched the new entry-level Street Triple R in India — Rs 2.49 lakh cheaper than the RS (ex-showroom), making it the Street Triple range’s most affordable motorcycle. It also places it squarely against the Kawasaki Z900 2020, the BS4 KTM 790 Duke BMW F 900 R. Select dealerships have already started accepting reservations for the bike. The Street Triple R, positioned below the Street Triple RS, will be on sale in India for the first time.

A small price revision was recently received by the 2020 Street Triple RS, taking the asking price up by Rs 20,000. It’s priced at Rs 11.33 lakh now (ex-showroom India). Previously, the price for the updated RS model was the same as the bike’s outgoing BS4 version. For this year, the streetfighter gets design tweaks, more functions, and an updated motor. The RS still remains India’s most costly mid-displacement streetfighter.

Triumph Street Triple RS Specifications

The same Euro 5/BS6-compliant 765cc in-line 3-cylinder engine is used by the Street Triple RS and R. That said, they were turned to output various outputs of power. For eg, the RS produces 123PS at 11,750rpm and 79Nm at 9350rpm. As for the Street Triple R, 118PS at 12000rpm and 77Nm at 9400rpm are produced. A 6-speed transmission aided by a slipper clutch is featured on both bikes. Differences extend to the hardware of the bike as well. Although both bikes use an upside-down fork from Showa, the RS has large piston units (BPF) with high performance, while the R uses large piston forks with separate functions (SF-BPF). The same goes for the rear monoshock, where the former makes use of a fully-adjustable Ohlins STX40 shock with piggyback reservoir while the latter makes do with Showa unit, also fully-adjustable.

Triumph Street Triple RS Features

Except for the colour schemes, it’s difficult to differentiate between the three models. The trio comes equipped with LED headlights and DRLs that look sleek. The flyscreen and side panels are both the same! The belly pan, bar-end mirrors and carbon fibre insert on the exhaust end cap are what set the RS apart from the other models. A full-colour TFT display with Bluetooth communication provides turn-by-turn navigation and phone/music access for the top-spec RS variant. It also features integration with GoPro, a bi-directional quick-shifter and various ways of riding. On the other hand, the ‘R’ variant has a bi-directional quick-shifter.

Triumph Street Triple RS Variants

The third variant, the Street Triple S, which packs a smaller 660cc inline-triple motor, won’t make it to India.

Triumph Street Triple RS Summary

Engine660-765 CC
No of Cylinders03
ColorsSapphire Black Matte Silver Ice
Max Power123 PS @ 11750 rpm
ABSDual-Channel
Emission TypeBS6
Max Torque79 Nm @ 9350 rpm
TachometerDigital
Seat Height825 mm

Pros And Cons of Triumph Street Triple RS

Pros of Triumph Street Triple RSFantastic value for money.

Known for its excellent handling characteristics.

Top-class braking system.
Cons of Triumph Street Triple RSLimited colour options.

Resembles the older generation.
  1. Triumph Bonneville T120

A neo-retro motorcycle powered by a 1200cc liquid-cooled powerplant that produces 80PS and 105Nm of torque is the Bonneville T120. The engine comes with a 6-speed gearbox connected to it. It looks old school, but it has modern features such as wired riding, rider modes and traction control.

With KYB 41 mm cartridge forks and KYB twin shock absorbers with adjustable preload, you get a dual cradle steel frame. Dual 310mm discs with 2-piston Nissin callipers and a single 255mm disc with 2-piston Nissin callipers and dual-channel ABS are used for braking. It is wrapped in 100/90-18 and 150/70 R17 tyres with 18-inch front and 17-inch spoke wheels.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Specifications

A cruiser bike available at a starting price of Rs. 9,97,600 in India is the Triumph Bonneville T120. It comes in only 1 variant and 2 colours. The Bonneville T120 is powered by a 1200cc BS6 engine that generates 78 bhp of power and 104 Nm of torque. The Triumph Bonneville T120 comes with an anti-locking braking system with both front and rear disc brakes.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Features

The Bonneville T120 replaces the long-running Bonneville T100 motorcycle from Triumph. The Bonneville T120 is positioned between the Thruxton and the new entry-level model of the company – the Street Twin, propelled by a larger 1100cc engine and built on a new liquid-cooled platform.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Variants

The Bonneville T120 Black version was introduced by Triumph at Rs 997600 (ex-showroom). It gets a blacked-out and a brown seat treatment. There are three colour options available for the bike — Jet Black, Matt Jet Black and Matte Graphite. The powertrain and underpinnings stay the same as the T120 standard.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Summary

Engine1200 CC
No of Cylinders02
ColorsBlack Matte , Black , Cranberry Red And Aluminium Silver With Hand , Fusion White And Aegean Blue Jet Black
Max Power80 PS @ 6550 rpm
ABSDual-Channel
Emission TypeBS6
Max Torque105 Nm @ 3100 rpm
TachometerAnalogue
Seat Height790 mm

Pros And Cons of Triumph Bonneville T120

Pros of Triumph Bonneville T120Is easy to ride in the city.

Has good low end torque.

Parallel-twin engine is smooth.
Cons of Triumph Bonneville T120Engine has vibrations.

Suspension setup could be better.
  1. Triumph Bonneville T120 Black

It provides all of the Bonneville T120’s iconic character, quality, and ability, then takes it to a new level with attitude, individuality and style, from blacked-out wheel rims and a black grab rail, to its finished midnight engine. The result is a motorbike that is pure Triumph with a darker side when combined with a stitched, dark brown seat and black twin-skinned peashooter exhaust.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Black Specifications

The trip is just as impressive. For better fuel economy, it shares the dedicated chassis and suspension set-up of the Bonneville T120, ABS, ride-by-wire, traction control, torque-assist clutch, two riding modes, heated grips, and liquid cooling. It comes together to create a truly confident, comfortable and entertaining journey, just the ticket for a two-week tour or darting through town, on your own or two-up.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Black Features

The mean and moody Bonneville T120 Black, built with all of the T120’s iconic character, quality, performance, and capability, takes this modern classic to a new level with real attitude, individuality, and style. The Bonneville T120 Black is a genuine modern motorcycle style icon with an incredible level of detailing and sophistication.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Black Variants

The top variant in the Bonneville T120 lineup is the Triumph Bonneville T120 Black, priced at Rs. 9.97 Lakhh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This Black variant comes with an output engine and, respectively, max power and max torque. There are 5 colours available for the Triumph Bonneville T120 Black: Black Matte, Black, Cranberry Red and Aluminium Silver With Hand, Fusion White and Aegean Blue and Jet Black.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Black Summary

Engine1200 CC
No of Cylinders02
ColorsBlack Matte , Black , Cranberry Red And Aluminium Silver With Hand , Fusion White And Aegean Blue Jet Black
Max Power80 PS @ 6550 rpm
ABSDual-Channel
Emission TypeBS6
Max Torque105 Nm @ 3100 rpm
TachometerAnalogue
Seat Height790 mm

Pros And Cons of Triumph Bonneville T120 Black

Pros of Triumph Bonneville T120 BlackIs easy to ride in the city.

Has good low end torque.

Parallel-twin engine is smooth.
Cons of Triumph Bonneville T120 BlackEngine has vibrations.

Suspension setup could be better.
  1. Triumph Bonneville T100

Among Triumphs worldwide, the Bonneville is one of the most popular model ranges. Motorcycles are simple street bikes that carry the legacy of the classic Bonnies, combined with modern engineering, every day. Of the two Bonnevilles, the T100 is the bigger, with the T120 being the other.

Triumph Bonneville T100 Specifications

A cruiser bike available at a starting price of Rs. 8,87,400 in India is the Triumph Bonneville T100. It comes in just 1 version and 2 colours. The Bonneville T100 is powered by a 900cc BS6 engine that produces 53.5 bhp of power and 80 Nm of torque. The Triumph Bonneville T100 comes with an anti-locking braking feature with both front and rear disc brakes.

Triumph Bonneville T100 Features

The Triumph Bonneville, with its looks coming right from the 70s, is a retro-styled motorcycle. Classic proceedings continue with the upright handlebar, twin-pod console and round headlamp. The bulbous tank is well contoured on the sides and earns the trademark tank pads. The parallel twin cylinder block is painted black and a brushed metal finish is added to the crankcase shell.

Triumph Bonneville T100 Specifications

Among retro-styled motorcycles, the Bonneville T100 competes with the Ducati Scrambler and also competes with the Honda CBR 650F for the price tag. The Bonneville T100 is available in three colour variations of white-blue, white-red, and all black.

Triumph Bonneville T100 Summary

Engine900 CC
No of Cylinders02
ColorsBlack White , Black , Fusion White And Aegean Blue , New England White Intense Orange Jet Black
Max Power55.6 PS @ 5750 rpm
ABSDual-Channel
Emission TypeBS6
Max Torque76.73 Nm @ 3050 rpm
TachometerAnalogue
Seat Height790 mm

Pros And Cons of Triumph Bonneville T100

Pros of Triumph Bonneville T100Has a smooth parallel-twin engine.

Quite easy to handle in city.

Offers good low-end torque.
Cons of Triumph Bonneville T100 Could do with a better suspension setup.

Has slight vibrations.
  1. Triumph Bonneville T100 Black

A beautiful motorcycle filled with urban elegance and personality is the Bonneville T100 Black. Brimming with sophistication and individuality, the T100 Black delivers all the signature precision handling and advanced rider technology of the iconic DNA and Triumphs design from Bonnevilles and takes the styling to a different level with fully blacked-out high-quality details, including wheel rims, engine finish, mirrors, headlamp rim, indicators and beautiful twin-skin peashooter exhaust in a matt bl.

Triumph Bonneville T100 Black Specifications

The T100 Black motorbikes are new classics influenced by the legendary ’59 Bonneville, with a distinctive character that contains more of the original Bonneville DNA, along with much of the spectacular finishes, designs and details of the larger Bonneville T120 and T120 Black. From the 900cc high-torque Bonneville engine, the T100s offer exciting performance, offering greater torque, better fuel economy, and a rich deep exhaust sound.

Triumph Bonneville T100 Black Features

The T100 Black from Bonneville is a luxury motorcycle filled with urban elegance and attitude. Brimming with sophistication and individuality, with fully blacked-out high-quality details including wheel rims, engine finish, mirrors, headlamp rim, indicators, and beautiful twin-skin peashooter in a matte black finish for a truly distinguished look, the T100 Black takes styling to an even greater level.

Triumph Bonneville T100 Black Variants

The top variant in the Bonneville T100 lineup is the Triumph Bonneville T100 Black, priced at Rs. 8.87 Lakhh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This Black version comes with an intake motor and, respectively, max power and max torque. There are 5 shades available for the Triumph Bonneville T100 Black: Black White, Black, Fusion White And Aegean Blue, New England White Intense Orange, and Jet Black.

Triumph Bonneville T100 Black Summary

Engine900 CC
No of Cylinders02
ColorsBlack White , Black , Fusion White And Aegean Blue , New England White Intense Orange Jet Black
Max Power55.6 PS @ 5750 rpm
ABSDual-Channel
Emission TypeBS6
Max Torque76.73 Nm @ 3050 rpm
TachometerAnalogue
Seat Height790 mm

Pros And Cons of Triumph Bonneville T100 Black

Pros of Triumph Bonneville T100 BlackHas a smooth parallel-twin engine.

Quite easy to handle in city.

Offers good low-end torque.
Cons of Triumph Bonneville T100 BlackCould do with a better suspension setup.

Has slight vibrations.
  1. Triumph Street Twin

The Triumph Street Twin 2019 comes with subtle changes in design, with the powertrain and underpinnings given priority. The engine has some lighter weighing parts and now generates 65PS, an increase of 10PS compared to the older model.

Triumph Street Twin Specifications

The peak torque, however, remains the same, at 80Nm. A Brembo 4-piston calliper now does front brake duty, and new 41mm KYB units with cartridge damping are now telescopic forks. Interestingly, from 255mm, the rear brake disc size is reduced to 220mm. Suspension remains intact at the rear (twin KYB shock absorbers).

Triumph Street Twin Features

The Street Twin engine produces 65 PS at 7500 rpm and a torque of 80 Nm at 3800 rpm. The Triumph Street Twin engine is powered by a 900 cc engine. Street Twin’s claimed mileage is 26.14 kmpl. The Triumph Street Twin has front and rear disc brakes. The Triumph Street Twin has Alloy Wheels and Tubeless Tyre.

Triumph Street Twin Variants

The Triumph Street Twin is a commuting bike sold in India at a starting price of Rs. 7,45,000. It is only offered in 1 version and three colours. The Street Twin is powered by a 900cc BS6 engine that produces 64.1 bhp of power and 80 Nm of torque. The Triumph Street Twin comes with an anti-locking braking feature with both front and rear disc brakes.

Triumph Street Twin Summary

Engine900 CC
No of Cylinders02
ColorsRed , Jet Black Ironstone
Max Power65 PS @ 7500 rpm
ABSDual-Channel
Emission TypeBS6
Max Torque80 Nm @ 3800 rpm
Mileage27 Kmpl
Seat Height760 mm

Pros And Cons of Triumph Street Twin

Pros of Triumph Street TwinThe parallel-twin engine is smooth.

Quality of parts is fantastic.

Is easy to ride in the city.
Cons of Triumph Street TwinGets a five-speed gearbox.

Doesn’t get LED headlamp

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