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Triumph Bonneville Free Accessories worth Rs 61,000 in India

The exclusive offer for Triumph Motorcycle India’s Bonneville models is available only in August 2020

The first word that strikes our mind while coming across a Triumph Bonneville is ‘vintage’. The Bonneville range has been able to find many consumers because of its simplistic retro styling and equally impressive performance.

On the occasion of the ‘Bonneville’ moniker’s 61st anniversary, Triumph Motorcycles India is offering free accessories worth up to Rs 61,000 for the entire Bonneville range. The offer will be applicable only in the month of August 2020. The Indian-spec BS6 Triumph Bonneville range consists of the Street Twin, T100, T120 and Speedmaster.

Accessories coming under the offer extend to leather saddlebags, new handlebars, silencers, bar-end mirrors, different seating options and more. The offer would surely draw the attention of prospective buyers and help boost the bike maker’s sales figures in the country. It would also give a push to pre-festive season sales.

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Recently, the British manufacturer launched the BS6 avatars of the Bonneville Street Twin and Speedmaster. The updated 2020MY Street Twin now comes at a starting price of Rs 7.45 lakh ex-showroom, Rs 13,000 premium over its BS4 predecessor. Apart from the mandatory emission update, there is no major change in the modern classic. The motorcycle continues to derive power from a 900cc parallel-twin motor. It generates 65bhp and 80Nm of torque.

Transmission duties are carried by a 5-speed gearbox. It is offered in three colour schemes: Jet Black, Korosi Red and Matte Ironstone. While the first one is offered at the base price, the rest are retailed at Rs 7.58 lakh ex-showroom. The entry-level ‘Bonnie’, Street Twin is also the most affordable product from Triumph Motorcycles India.

Key features equipped on the Street Twin are dual-channel ABS, TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System), TCS (Traction Control System), single-pod semi-digital instrument console, torque-assist clutch, riding modes (Road & Rain), etc. It has a dry weight of 198 kg and carries a 12-litre fuel tank.

BS6 Bonneville Speedmaster

The Triumph Speedmaster, on the other hand, is priced at Rs 11.33 lakh ex-showroom. Interestingly though, this model has not seen any price hike form its phased-out BS4 counterpart. The 2020MY Bonneville Speedmaster is powered by a 1200cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine that cranks up 77bhp of power and 106 Nm of torque. Like the Street Twin, there are no major changes over the BS4 model except for the addition of a new colour scheme, Cobalt Blue with Jet Black.

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