New Colours for the 2022 Triumph Triple lineup series are here. As a part of the 2022 update, the range has received new paint schemes. Customers will get a new Matt Carbon Black option for the Street Triple R and Carbon Black for the Street Triple RS. The Matt Carbon Black colour option enhances the Street Triple R’s look, giving it a much stealthier look. Additionally, the new colour replaces the current Matt Silver Ice and Sapphire Black colours.
Meanwhile, the Carbon Black shade adds to the aesthetic appeal with its black and bronze finish. The Street Triple RS now also gets new bronze coloured alloy wheels. The new colour also replaces the existing Silver Ice and Matt Jet Black colours. As of now, these new colours are offered overseas only. There are no official announcements from Triumph India about their Indian availability. However, we expect them to be available in India soon.
Triumph Street Triple Lineup
Triumph Street Triple R
The Street Triple R is a powerful naked street motorcycle with all the power. Currently, this retails at an ex-showroom price of INR 8,86,136 (ex-showroom, India). Powering the motorcycle is a 765 cc BS6 compliant motor that makes 116 BHP and 79 Nm. Braking power comes from a dual disc set up upfront and a single disc at the rear. An Anti-locking braking system is also a standard fitment for the motorcycle. Fuel capacity is 17.4 litres. Key features also include an up-down quick shifter, traction control, three riding modes and full LED lighting.
Triumph Street Triple RS
Priced at INR 11,31,691 units (ex-showroom, India), this is one of the premium Triumph titles out for grabs. It shares the same engine as the Street Triple R, but the power output reads 121.36 BHP and 79 Nm. For the 2020 update, Triumph added a fresh new look, revised engine internals and improved electronics. Other key highlights include Showa USD forks, Ohlins mono-shock, Brembo brakes and Pirelli Supercorsa SP V3 tyres. For the Indian market, Triumph Street Triple RS competes against the KTM 790 Duke, Yamaha MT-09 and the new Ducati Monster.