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Triumph Street TripleThe Triumph Street Triple motorcycle with a price tag ranging between Rs. 11.13 Lakh to Rs. 11.13 Lakh. It is available in 3 variants and 4 colours. Powered by a 765 cc bs6 engine, the Triumph Street Triple has a 6 Speed gearbox. The Triumph Street Triple has Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes along with ABS. Over 2 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Triumph Street Triple.

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Key Specs of Street Triple

Engine765 cc
Power118 PS
Torque77 Nm
BrakesDouble Disc
Tyre TypeTubeless
ABSDual Channel

Triumph Street Triple Highlights

Sources suggest the 2020 Triumph Street Triple R is on its way to India and is expected to be launched in June 2020. While it adopts the same design language as the Street Triple RS, the R variant featured a retuned BS6-compliant engine, a lower-spec monoshock and a handful of rider aids. Here's how it differentiates itself from the top-spec RS variant

Triumph also offers the Street Triple RS in India at Rs 11.13 lakh (ex-showroom India). That's the same price as the outgoing model. The middleweight Street Triple naked series has been revamped for 2020 with each of the three trims receiving few updates. Major changes have been made to the base S variant, which now gets a smaller 660cc engine. While this trim was available in India in its BS4 guise, for BS6, Triumph will not be launching the S model. Hence, the base model for India will be the global mid-spec R trim, which will be launched later this year.

In the middleweight naked class, you have a plethora of options. The Street Triple R will go up against the likes of the KTM 790 Duke, Ducati Monster 821, and the Suzuki GSX-S750. While the Triple R is Euro 5-/BS6-compliant, the other three motorcycles are yet to receive their emission-compliant updates. While the 790 Duke and the GSX-S750 will be more affordable than the Triple R, it makes up for the extra asking price with higher-spec kit on offer.

In terms of power generated, the Triumph Street Triple RS is only bested by the 2020 Kawasaki Z900, the Japanese inline four machine producing 125PS. The Kawasaki naked is certainly going to be more affordable than the Triple RS. However, the Z900 lacks the agility and razor sharp handling or even the components and electronic aids that the Triumph bike can boast of.

Triumph Street Triple Pros and Cons

Things We Like in Street Triple

  • Loaded to the brim with performance
  • Gets sophisticated, top-end underpinnings
  • No increase in price compared to the BS4 version

Things We Don't Like in Street Triple

  • Still one of the most expensive bikes in its segment
  • No IMU-based electronic rider aids offered

Street Triple Price List (Variants)

Street Triple RS 2020765 ccRs.11,13,000
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UPCOMINGStreet Triple S 2020Rs.8,00,000*Estimated Price
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UPCOMINGStreet Triple R 2020Rs.9,50,000*Estimated Price
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Street Triple Expert Review

Triumph will be launching its first BS6-compliant motorcycle, the 2020 Street Triple RS, in India on March 25. We expect Triumph to price the new version marginally higher than its BS4 counterpart, which was priced at Rs 11.13 lakh. Hence, the new RS trim could come with a price tag of Rs 12 lakh. All prices, ex-showroom India.

The middleweight Street Triple naked series has been revamped for 2020 with each of the three trims receiving few updates. Major changes have been made to the base S variant, which now gets a smaller 660cc engine. While this trim was available in India in its BS4 guise, for BS6, Triumph will not be launching the S model. Hence, the base model for India will be the globally mid-spec R trim, which will be launched later this year.

Design and Features

The bug-eye headlights have been a signature piece of design of Triumph’s triple-cylinder nakeds (Street Triple as well as Speed Triple). The look had begun to show its age, with the headlights now beginning to divide opinions. For 2020, Triumph has redesigned the fascia of the bike. You still get a twin headlight setup but now there are LED DRL bars on the LED headlamps. This lends it a Bumblebee-esque look, a refreshment from the old bug eyes. It also features redesigned side panels, seat cowl, belly pan, and flyscreen, which make the bike look round and wholesome. 

Engine and Performance

The Street Triple R and RS models are powered by the same 765cc inline three-cylinder motor as before but with revised internals. Triumph has been using this engine in Moto2 (world championship motorcycle racing), with the learnings from motorsport now making their way onto the Euro 5-/BS6-compliant engine. If you opt for the R variant, max power is rated at 118PS and you get peak torque of 77Nm. The racier RS engine makes 123PS and 79Nm. Both engines get 6-speed transmission with slip and assist clutch as well as bi-directional quickshifter. Triumph has also tweaked the gear ratios on both of these trims, with shorter first and second gear ratio.

Braking and Handling

The Street Triple is one of the most enjoyable naked motorcycles to ride. The handling is precise with sharp and agile steering. The credit should go to the trusty aluminium twin spar frame, which remains untouched on the 2020 model. The R and RS models though use different components.
 
The lower-spec R trim gets fully adjustable Showa suspension units at both ends. The front USD is a 41mm separate function big piston fork while the rear gullwing aluminium swingarm employs a monoshock unit with a piggyback reservoir. Braking hardware is provided by Brembo with twin 320mm rotors anchored by the M4.32 radial four-piston calipers. On the rear wheel, a single-piston Brembo sliding caliper operates on a 220mm disc. The 17-inch alloy rims come shod with grippy Pirelli Diablo Rosso III rubber.
 
While the front USD remains the same, on the RS model, the rear monoshock used is a higher-spec Öhlins STX40 unit. Even the front brake calipers are more advanced, Brembo M50 monoblocks with Brembo span and ratio adjustable brake lever. The latest generation of Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP rubber debuted on this bike.

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