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Triumph Bonneville T100 India launch price INR 7.78 lakh

The all-new Triumph Bonneville T100 has been launched in India at a price of Rs 7.78 Lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). It is now the most affordable Triumph in the Bonneville family.

The latest to join the contemporary Bonneville range, T100 upholds the iconic Bonneville essence, and combines style with modern capabilities to meet customer needs.

Inspired by the ’59 Bonneville, and styled to include as much design, silhouette and character of the original, T100 is a work of timeless style with signature touches. The Bonneville range is classic and unmatched when it comes to performance and classic appeal. No doubt then that Triumph Bonneville is ‘The original British superbike’. The all new T100 is all set to take forward this iconic legacy.


The all-new 900cc powered Triumph Bonneville T100 weighs in lighter than T120. The entry point Bonneville range offering is easy to manage and can be personalised to the hilt from an offering of 150 available accessories.

Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt. Ltd. says India is a large and growing market for classic motorcycles. The introduction of the all-new Triumph Bonneville T100 helps further strengthen Triumph’s market standing in the 500cc plus segment that offers bikes at a price of above Rs 5 lakh.


Triumph Motorcycles has set a new standard for modern classics in India. In 3 years of Indian operations, the company has reached out to more than 1,250 customers. The Triumph Bonneville T100 launch introduces yet another market-leading bike to Indian riders.

Tech Specs

Engine Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin
Capacity 900 cc
Power 55 PS / 54 bhp (40.5 kW) @ 5,900 rpm
Torque 80 Nm @ 3,230 rpm
System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
Exhaust Brushed stainless steel 2 into 2 exhaust system with twin silencers
Gearbox 5-speed
Frame Tubular steel twin cradle
Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
Front Wheels Wire 32-spoke – Steel Rims. 18 x 2.75in
Rear Wheels Wire 32-spoke – Steel Rims. 17 x 4.25in
Front Tyres 100/90-18
Rear Tyres 150/70-R17
Front Suspension KYB 41 mm forks, 120 mm travel
Rear Suspension KYB twin shocks with adjustable preload, 120 mm rear wheel travel
Front Brakes Single 310 mm floating disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper, ABS
Rear Brakes Single 255 mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper, ABS
Instrument Display LCD multi-functional instrument pack with analogue speedometer, analogue tachometer, odometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, range to empty indication, service indicator, clock, 2x trip, average & current fuel consumption display, traction control status display, throttle mode status display, heated grip status (accessory) and cruise control ready – controlled by a handlebar mounted scroll button (accessory).
Width 715 mm
Seat Ht 790 mm
Wheelbase 1450 mm
Dry Wt  213 kg
Tank Capacity 14.5 l
Mileage 26.10 kmpl

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  • 7.78 ex showroom Delhi and you call it affordable? Seriously Triumph needs to learn a lesson or two from Harley and KTM to manufacture their machines in India and be competitive. Only the nuts would go for a 8 lakh ex showroom and I guess on road it would become something near 9 lakh for this oil leaking Royal Enfield brother. I would rather purchase a KTM Duke 390 and Harley Street 750 in that amount with lots of money left for fuel for the cost of this.

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