Triumph Motorcycles has launched the updated range of its 2021 Triumph Bonneville motorcycles in India. Updated motorcycles include the Bonneville Street Twin, Bonneville T100, Bonneville T120 and T120 Black, Bonneville Speedmaster and the Street Twin Gold Line Special Edition. This is the first time that Triumph has offered a limited edition variant of the Bonneville in India. Only 30 copies of the Street Twin Gold Line will be sold in India. Updates include compliance with Bharat Stage VI (BS6) emissions regulations, and Triumph has also made overall improvements including lower mass, more performance and higher specs.
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Speaking on the occasion, Shoeb Farooq, Business Head, Triumph Motorcycles India, said: “We are happy to launch the updated 2021 Bonnevilles in India. Modern classics are very important to our portfolio as they contribute around 50 percent of our overall sales. Today we are launching the first series of Bonnevilles 2021 in India and we plan to further strengthen the range in the coming days. In addition, for the first time, we are offering a special edition of the Modern classic range in India with the Street Twin Gold Line Edition. Only 30 Street Twin Gold Line Edition bikes will be available in India out of 1000 products worldwide. This is one of five special editions that we will be launching in India in 2021 across the entire range “.
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Triumph Bonneville Street Twin 2021
The Triumph Street Twin 2021 is significantly updated and is said to not only meet the latest BS6 regulations, but also provide better fuel efficiency. The Street Twin now receives a new seat cushion with a seat height of 765mm, new cast wheels with machined details and a new body with brushed aluminum details. The new Street Twin also has two drive modes, LED rear lighting, ABS and switchable traction control. The 900cc parallel twin-cylinder engine produces 64 hp at 7,500 rpm with a torque of 80 Nm at 3,800 rpm. The 2021 Triumph Street Twin is priced at ₹ 7.95 lakh (old showroom).
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Triumph Street Twin Gold Line 2021
The Street Twin Gold Line is a special edition model, and only 1000 of them will be built to go on sale worldwide. India will receive 30 Street Twin Gold Line motorcycles. The bike comes with a certificate of authenticity, personalized with the VIN number of each motorcycle, making it a must-have for all motorcycle collectors. Mechanically, the Street Twin Gold Line shares the same engine, frame and cycle parts with the standard Street Twin. With cosmetic updates, the Street Twin Gold Line is priced at ₹ 8.25 lakh (ex-showroom).
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2021 Triumph Bonneville T120, T120 Black
The Triumph Bonneville T120 and T120 Black receive a 1,200cc parallel twin that has been revised to reduce mass and rolling inertia, as well as to make the engine more efficient. The bikes benefit from optimized clutch and balance shafts, which reduces inertia, resulting in a more immediate and responsive throttle. The 1,200cc twin-cylinder parallel engine now produces 78 hp at 6550 rpm and 105 Nm at 3500 rpm. A new semi-digital instrument console with the Bonneville branding, standard cruise control and two driving modes were incorporated. The T120 and T120 Black weigh 7 kg less than the predecessors, thanks to lightweight aluminum rims. Both models are also equipped with double disc brakes with Brembo calipers. The service interval is now 16,000 km. The T120 and T120 Black are priced at ₹ 10.65 lakh (old showroom).
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Triumph Bonneville T100 2021
The 2021 Triumph Bonneville T100 now produces more power than its predecessor. While the previous model produced 54 hp and 77 Nm of torque, the new model displays 64 hp at 7400 rpm with 80 Nm at 3750 rpm of maximum torque. The updated 900cc parallel-twin engine now has an upper rev limit of 500rpm and the bike also loses 4kg of weight, thanks to a low inertia crankshaft, lighter balance shafts, a Thin-walled clutch cover and a magnesium cam cover. The bike also gets new cartridge forks and higher specification Brembo front brakes. The lower curb weight, along with more horsepower, is said to result in a noticeable improvement in throttle response. The Bonneville T100 also comes with a 16,000 km service interval and is priced at ₹ 9.29 lakh (ex-showroom).
The pilot can personalize his T100 thanks to a range of 117 original accessories. These have all been developed and tested with the bike to ensure seamless integration and provide plenty of options to customize the T100 to suit the tastes and needs of the rider. Available in the range of accessories, owners will find a large catalog of luggage, as well as options for seats and screens. Heated grips wired inside add comfort and ease of control in colder climates, while the cruise control option reduces throttle fatigue on long trips. Blacker styling with black exhaust manifolds, rings and mufflers can be adopted from the list of available Triumph Genuine Accessories.
Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster 2021
The casual cruiser of the Triumph Bonneville lineup is the new Speedmaster, which now receives an updated 1200cc parallel twin engine with lower inertia, fuller and smoother power and torque, with lower emissions, and which also offers better fuel. Efficiency. Peak torque is an outstanding 106Nm at a very low 3850rpm, with over 90% of the torque available up to 5750rpm, making the Speedmaster a truly exciting motorcycle to ride in any speed. A peak power of 77 hp is 6100 rpm. For 2021, Triumph Motorcycles India has yet to present the Bonneville Bobber. The 2021 Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster is priced at ₹ 11.75 lakh (old showroom).
The new Triumph Speedmaster 2021 features larger diameter and higher specification Showa cartridge forks with 47mm, which, in combination with the concealed preload adjustable single shock rear suspension unit, provide the rider with great handling, comfort and control, with and without a passenger. Stopping power is excellent, thanks to high-performance Brembo braking implemented with two discs. To maximize safety and control, Triumph’s latest generation ABS and switchable traction control are fitted as standard and beautifully integrated into the design.
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