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Triumph motorcycle prices increased by up to INR 1,05,000

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Triumph has recalled the prices on select Triumph motorcycles in the Indian market. The Triumph Street Triple R, Rocket 3 R and Rocket 3 GT in India. The new price list is effective from 1st April 2021.

Triumph New Prices

The new Street Triple R is now INR 31,000 more expensive than the predecessor. The Triumph Rocket 3 R is now INR 85,000 more expensive and the Rocket 3 GT is INR 105,000 more expensive than before. The Triumph Street Triple R comes with a price tag of INR 9.15 lakh ex-showroom. The Rocket 3 R and the Rocket 3 GT come with a price tag of INR 19.35 lakh ex-showroom and INR 19.95 lakh ex-showroom. The price hike could be in line with the rise in input cost and the change in currency rates.

Triumph Motorcycles New Launch in India

Recently, triumph launched the new Trident 660 in the Indian market. The brand has priced the naked roadster with a starting price of INR 6.95 lakh ex-showroom. With this price tag, the Trident 660 is the most affordable Triumph in the Indian market. The Trident 660 expands the brand’s Roadster portfolio which includes Street Triple R, Street Triple RS and the Speed Triple 1200RS.

Trident Engine Specifications

The Trident 660 comes with a 660cc three-cylinder in-line engine. The 12-valve DOHC engine with electronic fuel injection and liquid cooling produces 81 PS of power and 64 Nm of torque. The engine also comes with a 6-speed gearbox with Assist & Slipper clutch. The brand also supplies the engine with a stainless steel 3 into 1 header system as standard for a sonorous triple engine sound.

Trident Features

The Triumph Trident comes with features such as Showa ‘separate function forks’ (SFF) and twin 310mm disc with Nissin callipers. The motorcycle also comes with all-LED lighting, colour TFT display with turn-by-turn navigation and “My Triumph” Connectivity System. The electronics package also features electronic throttle control, Road and Rain riding modes as well as switchable traction control integrated into the riding modes.

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