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Triumph launches MY23 Bonneville T100 at INR 9.59 lakh

Written by Rohit Tonapi

Triumph Motorcycle India has launched the latest 2023 Bonneville T100 in India at INR 9.59 lakh ex-showroom. The British brand recently introduced the 2023 model internationally, and it has now made its way to the Indian market. The 2023 T100 gets a new colour option which further increases the retro bike’s appeal. 

2023 Triumph Bonneville T100 – Colours & Prices

The 2023 update brings a new colour option for the T100. Including the new colour option, the T100 comes in a total of 3 colour options. These are – Jet Black, Carnival Red with Fusion White and the new Meridian Blue with Tangerine. The latter looks as if it is inspired by the Gulf livery. 

Pricing for the 2023 T100 start at INR 9.59 lakh ex-showroom for the Jet Black colour option. On the other hand, the other two dual-tone options cost INR 30,000 more. Thus, they carry a sticker price of INR 9.89 lakh ex-showroom.

2023 Triumph Bonneville T100 – Highlights

The 2023 T100 continues to sport the timeless retro design. Triumph has not made any changes there. Except for the taillight, all the lighting elements are circular. The engine gets a blacked-out finish, and contrasting it is the dual chrome-finished peashooter exhausts. Furthermore, keeping with the retro theme, it gets wire-spoke wheels, a teardrop-shaped tank with a big chrome Triumph logo and tank pads. The flat seat of the T100 also provides upright riding ergonomics. 

Mechanically, the 2023 T100 remains the same as the older model. Thus, it continues to use a 900cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin motor with a 270° crank angle. The engine makes 65 PS at 7,400 rpm and 80 Nm of torque at 3,750 rpm. The gearbox is a 5-speed unit which also benefits from a multi-plate torque assist clutch.

The T100 rides on 18-inch front and 17-inch rear wire-spoke wheels with 100/90 and 150/70-section tyres at the front and back. Braking hardware includes a 310mm disc with a Brembo calliper at the front and a 255mm disc with a Nissin calliper at the back. It also gets Dual-Channel ABS as standard.

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