British premium motorcycle brand Triumph
launched the latest Bonneville Speedmaster for the Indian market today. The
bike has been priced at Rs. 11,11,500 (ex-showroom India). The Bonneville
Speedmaster was first showcased in India at the India Bike Week in 2017. The
company has finally brought in the much awaited motorcycle which offers
customers a classic British custom laid back motorcycle.
The Bonneville Speedmaster features a
1200cc parallel twin cylinder engine. The motor is able to churn out 76bhp@6100rpm
and 106Nm@4000rpm. The engine has been mated to a 6-speed transmission. Triumph
is offering a lot of technology on the new 2018 Bonneville Speedmaster. The
company has added a Full LED DRL and headlamp setup, single button cruise
control, ride by wire, ABS, switchable traction control, torque assist clutch,
engine immobaliser key, multifunction display and more than 130 plus
accessories to customise the bike with.
The iconic British brand is also offering
the Speedmaster with a first service interval of 16,000kms and also comes with
2 year unlimited kms warranty. The Speedmaster rides on 41mm telescopic forks
in the front and a monoshock in the rear which comes with 73.3mm of travel. The
new Speedmaster offers a minimalistic design and bobber like styling.
Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph
Motorcycles India Pvt. Ltd., commented, “With the Speedmaster, your motorcycle
will not just be your trusty, beloved ride, but also the accessory that
redefines your individual style. And what’s more, the Speedmaster, like all
Triumph offerings, comes without compromise to quality, efficiency, and safety.
Featuring in the Classic Cruiser category, this product showcases the changing
world of motorcycling. Our goal is not just to dominate the market but to continue
upgrading the entire biking experience in India. We will further strengthen
this category over time, and continue to deliver THE RIDE that Triumph is known
Triumph Motorcycles has a dealership
network that stretches across 15 cities in India. The company has been running
for the past 4 years in the country and is offering motorcycles across 5
premium categories in India. The 500cc plus category of motorcycles is at
present growing at 22pc CAGR and here Triumph holds a 19pc market share.
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