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Triumph Bonneville

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Triumph Bonneville Highlights

15 October, 2015: The new official video of Triumph’s water cooled newcomer Bonneville shows the launch date of the machine which is 28th October. The iconic British motorcycle maker - Triumph offers its legendary 865cc bike in the country christened as Triumph Bonneville. It is built on a classic bike platform and houses a 865cc, parallel twin, air-cooled engine that develops 59.9bhp of power. The bike was introduced in 1959 and has under gone through many cosmetic as well as mechan Read more...

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Triumph Bonneville Bobber Entry Confirmed

Triumph Bonneville Bobber Entry Confirmed

The company has applied for the trademark 'Bonneville Bobber', confirming the entry of the model which was spied earlier. ...

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Triumph Bonneville On Road Price

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  • Alloy
  • Double Disc
  • Self Start Only

` 6,13,983

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  • Double Disc
  • Self Start Only

` 9,52,394

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Triumph Bonneville Colours

There are 2 variant(s) available. ​Triumph Bonneville comes in 5 different colour(s) - Black, Silver, phantom black, sapphire blue/crystal white, lunar silver. There are 2 variants starting from Rs. 6,13,983 onwards.

  • Black

  • Silver

  • phantom black

  • sapphire blue/crystal white

  • lunar silver

Triumph Bonneville Mileage

Triumph Bonneville gives a mileage of 22 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.

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Triumph Bonneville is a 865cc classic bike that comes with a unique body styling and promises butter smooth performance. The bike made its entry to the Indian shores back in 2013. It is available across the dealerships in three colours: Lunar Silver, Phantom Black and a dual tone of sapphire blue with crystal White.

Triumph Bonneville is powered by a 865cc, parallel twin, fuel injected engine that comes mated to a five-speed transmission system. The mill generates a peak power of 59.9bhp at 7,500rpm with a maximum torque of 61.1Nm at 5,551rpm.

Triumph Bonneville is crafted on a tubular steel cradle frame and is mounted with Kayaba 41mm forks at the front and and Kayaba chromed spring twin shock absorbers with adjustable preload at the rear. The bike runs on 110/70 front and 130/80 rear tyres that are mounted on 17” stylish alloy wheels. However, Triumph Bonneville T100 is fitted with 36-spoke and 40-spoke wheels at the front and rear respectively. The braking action of the bike is handled by 310mm disc brake with Nissin twin piston calliper at the front and 255mm disc brake with Nissin twin piston calliper at the rear.

Coming to the body design, Triumph Bonneville is crafted like a true classic machine. The front fascia has a round headlamp section. The bike has chromed rear view mirrors and a conventional rear fender that deliver it a pure classic appearance. It measures 2,115mm x 790mm x 1,130mm (LxWxH) with a wheelbase of 1,490mm. The machine has a minimum ground clearance of 140mm and its seat is mounted at a height of 740mm. The instrument console goes traditional with an analogue speedometer, analogue tachometer, twin tripmeters, fuel gauge and a clock. However, its extravagant variant, Triumph Bonneville T100 comes with some additional benefits like a twin peashooter exhaust, chrome engine covers, black instrument cluster, Triumph logo on the seat, dual tone colour scheme and front fork gaiters.

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