motorcycle manufacturer, Triumph strengthened its portfolio for the Indian
market with the launch of the new Bonneville Bobber. The company has launched the
new Bobber motorcycle for Rs. 9.09 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The company will
be retailing the new Bonneville Bobber across its 14 dealerships in India, with
another two dealerships coming up shortly.
The cruiser is
powered by a 1200cc, liquid cooled, fuel injected, engine that is also seen on
the T120 and produces a maximum power of 77hp at 6100rpm and has a peak torque
of 106Nm that comes at 4000rpm. The engine has been mated to a 6 speed
transmission and is able to belt out 10pc more torque than the T120 model. The
Bobber gets a 9.1L fuel tank and returns 29.33kms to a litre of fuel giving
this bike a range of almost 280kms.
motorcycle has the looks of a classic Bobber bike with its single seat,
sculpted tank, wire spoke wheels, minimal bodywork and a hard tail look. It will
be available in 4 colour options -- Ironstone with matte finish, Morello Red, Stunning
Competition Green & Frozen Silver with a British racing twist and Jet Black.
The bike gets features like
ride-by-wire, different riding modes, ABS, switchable traction control, torque
assist clutch, LED rear light and engine immobiliser as standard fitment. The
Bobber also gets a brushed stainless exhaust to deliver a thrilling sound and
carry forward a retro appeal. It also gets a first-in-class adjustable riding
position. The all-LED headlamp in the Bobber is a first for Triumph.
customisation in mind and market demand for increased personalisation, the
Bonneville Bobber has over 150 accessories that can be fitted on the bike to
make it even more unique and comfortable to customers. Vimal Sumbly, Managing
Director, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt. Ltd., said, "Our ambition was to
deliver a genuine bobber - without compromise to the ride, comfort or rider
control, to have it ride just like a Triumph should. The Triumph Bobber
delivers truly class defining riding dynamics, further strengthening our
repertoire in India."
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