Triumph Bike Models

There are 23 new Triumph bike models for sale in India. The lowest priced model Triumph New Street Twin starts at ₹ 7.7 Lakh (ex-showroom price) and the highest priced model Triumph Tiger Explorer starts at ₹ 18.75 Lakh (ex-showroom price). Choose the best Triumph bike from our comprehensive list and check the prices in your city, images gallery, specifications, ratings and more.

Triumph New Street Twin
7.5
Rating
₹ 7.7 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Street Twin
7.5
Rating
₹ 7.7 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Street Triple ABS
7.6
Rating
₹ 7.91 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
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Triumph Street Cup
₹ 8 Lakh Onwards Expected
Triumph Bonneville T100
7.5
Rating
₹ 8.19 - ₹ 8.87 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Street Scrambler
7.5
Rating
₹ 8.6 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph New Street Scrambler
7.5
Rating
₹ 8.9 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Street Triple
7.6
Rating
₹ 9.2 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Speed Twin
7.5
Rating
₹ 9.46 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Bonneville T120
7.5
Rating
₹ 9.98 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Bonneville Bobber
7.5
Rating
₹ 10.28 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Scrambler 1200
7.7
Rating
₹ 10.73 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Daytona
7.7
Rating
₹ 10.85 - ₹ 12.32 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster
7.5
Rating
₹ 11.34 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Speed Triple
7.7
Rating
₹ 11.64 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph THRUXTON TFC LTD EDTN
7.5
Rating
₹ 11.92 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Tiger
7.6
Rating
₹ 12 - ₹ 15.16 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Thruxton R
7.5
Rating
₹ 12.16 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Thunderbird Storm
7.5
Rating
₹ 14.67 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Thunderbird LT
7.5
Rating
₹ 17 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Tiger 1200
7.6
Rating
₹ 17 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Rocket 3
7.6
Rating
₹ 18 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price
Triumph Tiger Explorer
7.6
Rating
₹ 18.75 Lakh Onwards Ex-Showroom Price

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About Triumph

Triumph is the largest British Motorcycle manufacturer. It is one of the oldest bike brands in the world, having been founded in the year 1884. Triumph is one of the most competitive high-end manufacturers in the world. Triumph has a diverse portfolio of 18 active bike models in the market. However, a unique thing about the manufacturer’s model is that each bike is priced way higher than what an average Indian can afford. Thus, it is both negative and positive at the same time. Negative as there is a serious fan base of Triumph in the country made of people who love the brand but cannot buy the models and on the positive, the manufacturer is keen on keeping its prestige by maintaining the price tag.

Triumph has one of the widest portfolios, from streetfighters to the cruiser, litre-class superbike to adventure tourer, they have it all. Triumph is one of the most respected brands when it comes to the world of motorsports. New Triumph bike models participate in competitions around the world and set world records. Triumph bikes in India are a subsidiary of the iconic British marque. They were first launched in India in late 2013. The brand caters to Indian customers via exclusive dealerships in cities around the country.

Triumph India has a diverse model line-up such as modern classic – Bonneville and the Street Twin – Street Triple and Streetfighter – Speed Triple. The manufacturer has super-sports bike range as well with Daytona 675 and Daytona R. They also have adventure tourer in Tiger which is available in 800cc or 1200cc and cruisers in Thunderbird LT & Thunderbird Storm. These are some popular Triumph bikes in India. Among these, the most affordable one is the Triumph Street Twin whereas the most expensive one is Triumph Rocket III Roadster.

In order to understand the specification variation provided by the manufacturer, let us consider three models – entry-level Triumph Street Twin, popular sports bike in Triumph Daytona 675 and flagship model Triumph Rocket III Roadster.

Features

Triumph Street Twin

Triumph Daytona 675

Triumph Rocket III Roadster

Engine Displacement

900cc

675cc

2294cc

Maximum. Power

54.20 bhp @ 5,900 rpm

115.28 bhp @ 12,305 rpm

146 bhp @ 5,750 rpm

Maximum. Torque

80 Nm @ 3,230 rpm

70.20 Nm @ 9,900 rpm

221 Nm @ 2,750 rpm

Mileage

30 kmpl

30 kmhr

17 kmpl

Top Speed

200+ kmhr

250 kmhr

220+ kmhr

Fuel Tank Capacity

12 litres

17.40 litres

24 litres

 

As for the price of Triumph bikes price in India, the entry-level model Triumph Street Twin is priced at INR 7.5 lakhs if we consider price after GST. Moving on, sports model Triumph Daytona 675 is priced at INR 10.5 lakhs considering price after GST. Finally, the flagship model Triumph Rocket III Roadster is priced at INR 22 lakhs. These are just three models; there are 15 additional models for you to choose from.

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