2017 Triumph Street Triple Launch Details Revealed

Last Updated On: February 20, 2017

Triumph is gearing up for introducing the 2017 Street Triple in India for quite some time. The 2017 Triumph Street Triple is surely one of the promising bikes that one should keep its eye on in this year. Finally, the manufacturer has revealed the launch details of the bike and it will be coming in the Indian market around the period of June-July.

2017 Triumph Street Triple
2017 Triumph Street Triple Lineup

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The first bike from the Street Triple lineup which will be introduced is the Triple S. This middleweight motorbike is the entry-level naked motorcycle in the lineup and produces 111 hp maximum power. The R and RS versions of the Street will be introduced later in this year and delivers 116 hp and 121 hp maximum power respectively. All the three models in the lineup are powered by 765cc three-cylinder engine which is derived from the Daytona 675 with 80 percent new equipment.

2017 Triumph Street Triple
2017 Street Triple

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From all the three bikes, the 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS, is the most sophisticated naked bike which bears 41mm Showa front forks and Ohlins monoshock suspension at the rear. Braking duties are handled by Brembo-sourced 310 mm discs at the front and a 220 mm disc at the rear. The bike also features ride-by-wire, programmable riding modes, traction control, switchable ABS and a full TFT digital instrument console. The full LED headlamps with integrated DRLs are other highlighting features.

2017 Triumph Street Triple
2017 Street Triple RS

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The first generation of Street Triple was introduced in 2007 and since then the company has managed to sell 50,000 units across the globe. In India, the count rests at 400 since its introduction in 2013. Considering the prices, Street Triple S is expected to hold a tag of Rs 9.5 lakh, while the Rs will be priced at Rs 12.5 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi). The new bikes will be also assembled in India and will be positioned against the Ducati Monster 821 and the upcoming Kawasaki Z900.

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