With power from a inline 3-cyl 765 cc engine, the roadster is derived from the Triumph Daytona. Max power is pegged at 123 PS at 11,700 rpm, and max torque at 77Nm at 10,800 rpm. The company reports Triumph Street Triple sales has touched 701 units. Within the brand, Street triple growth is reported at 148 percent YoY (FY17 Vs FY18). This makes the Street Triple the best selling roadster from Triumph in India.
Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India said, “When a new bike is introduced, it is on the basis our assessment of what the market wants, but one never knows what the reaction to a new bike will be. We are extremely pleased with the response to the Street Triple so far and hope to see more and more people enjoy this amazing machine, as much as we have enjoyed developing it.”
Along with Matt Silver Ice or Phantom Black (Metallic) color options, Triumph Street Triple is now available in Crystal White and Matt Black too.
Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt Ltd. said, “Innovation at Triumph is motivated by our need to deliver products that suit rider requirements. The new Triumph Street Triple RS is a force-machine that delivers in terms of performance and style. It is the most explosive and adrenaline-charged Street Triple ever. It’s built to be at home on the track, and a weapon on the road. No wonder the same platform was the engine of choice for the Moto-2 tracks. I hope our riders enjoy the superb suspension, power and technology of this all new Street Triple.”
Triumph Street Triple’s engine has undergone substantial tests in preparation of its 2019 Moto2 track debut.
Earlier in the month, Triumph Motorcycles India announced a recall of 110 units of Street Triple manufactured in 2017 and 2018 to fix a problem related to turn signal and headlight functionality.