The Street Triple range is now
the largest selling roadster range from Triumph in India, after the Bonneville
and Tiger series. The sales of the Triumph Street Triple have been 701 units so
far since its introduction. The Street triple brand has registered a growth of
148% YOY (FY17 Vs FY18 Triumph fiscal year)
Triumph offers the Street
Triple in two broad ranges - the Triumph Street Triple S and the Triumph Street
Triple RS. Packed with a 765 cc, inline 3-cylinder engine - the brand has
recently introduced two new colours for this range - Crystal White and Matt
This is also the engine of choice that is under rigorous R&D with
Moto2 in preparation for its 2019 track debut as the official engine for the
tournament. Developed from the celebrated race bred ‘Daytona’ engine, the new
765cc Street Triple engine delivers a major step up in power and torque. With
more than 80 new parts including new crank, pistons and Nikasil plated
aluminium barrels and an increased bore and stroke. The result is a significant
advance in performance, particularly low-down and in the mid-range.
The Triumph Street Triple was
introduced in the early 90s and has been a regular in several beloved movies -
Mission Impossible, Hitman’s Bodyguard and Salt to name a few. Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph
Motorcycles India said, “When a new bike is introduced, it is on the basis our
assessment of what the market wants, but one never knows what the reaction to a
new bike will be. We are extremely pleased with the response to the Street
Triple so far and hope to see more and more people enjoy this amazing machine,
as much as we have enjoyed developing it.”
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