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Triumph Motorcycles sales in India cross 1,600 units in 18 months

Triumph Bonneville offers India

To celebrate this, new EMI offer on Triumph Bonneville has been announced.

It was November 2013 when Triumph Motorcycles India, the wholly owned subsidiary of Triumph Motorcycles UK launched its first dealership in India. Today, about 18 months later, the Indian company is now celebrating a record growth in the premium segment of the two wheeler industry.

Triumph Bonneville offers India

In just 18 months, Triumph Motorcycles India have more than 1,600 triumphant customers with them. These have come together and made the motorcycle brand a success in the country. Yes there were ups and downs, but the team has managed to leave that behind and managed to post excellent growth.

Today, Triumph has a network of 10 dealers across the country, and more are scheduled to join in the coming months. The Indian cities which already have Triumph dealerships are – Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kochi, Delhi, Pune and Chandigarh.

Offering a total of 13 motorcycles under 5 different categories – Adventure, Classics, Cruisers, Roadsters and Supersports, Triumph India has announced a new offer to celebrate their latest milestone. As a token of appreciation from their fans in India, Triumph has announced a new EMI offer for one of their best selling motorycles – Bonneville.

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As per this new offer, you can now avail a Triumph Bonneville at a down-payment of Rs 2.35 lakhs, while the remaining sum can be paid in 60 EMIs of Rs 9,990. This is a limited period offer and can be availed with their finance partner, HDFC Bank.

2015 Triumph Bonneville is powered by a 865 cc parallel twin engine offering 61 PS power and 61 Nm torque. It is priced at Rs 5.99 lakhs, ex-showroom, New Delhi.

UPDATE: After speaking to a dealer in Pune, we can now confirm that the offer is valid across all Triumph India dealerships. The down payment will fluctuate depending on where you stay, i.e. local taxes decide the amount of down payment you will need to pay. For example, inside Pune city, the down payment comes to Rs 2.52 lakhs. In all scenarios, the EMI amount remains same, which is Rs 9,990 for five years. The offer includes on-road price of the Triumph Bonneville.

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Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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  • Is this downpayment and EMI inclusive of on-road cost? All motoring websites have simply copy pasted the same stuff without taking a step further to inform if this is inclusive of on-road price and also what would be the scheme for various cities (atleast the metros). Lazy “Journalism”, if it can be called so.

    • Mr Gyan Prakash. Be grateful that this piece of news reached you. All you have to do now is inquire a bit more at your nearby Triumph Motorcycles dealership.

      Giving detailed price list is not journalism, its spoon feeding to readers like you. I am glad RushLane did not entertain your request.

      Don’t act like a lazy ‘bum’ and do your bit if interested in buying this bike.

      • Oh yes I am grateful but I say so because it is the same stuff posted across, and most other motor blogs. What you see as spoon feeding, I call value addition. Why should someone visit site A, B and C when every where it is the same stuff? So as a blog owner, what can I do to differentiate content on my blog from others is to go one step further, add value, add info.
        I posted this comment specifically on this blog and not on Motoroids or bikeadvice for a reason. It’s because I find the quality and content and the language here much better than others who are either too hyper or trying to be shakespears. It’s because I hope people here can take criticism and improve on it.

        • Dear Gyan Prakash.

          Thank you for keeping us on our toes. Yes, we did speak to a dealer in Pune yesterday, before publishing the story. But at that time he had no idea about this new scheme. And today has been a busy day, (we being in Chennai for the Renault KWID event), updating the above post got a bit delayed.

          We have updated the post. Hope it answers all your questions.

          Thanks once again 🙂

          • Hi Sagar,
            Appreciate your response.. Keep up the good work!
            Thanks for the update!

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