As the British brand says, the all-new Triumph Bonneville Street Twin is ‘stylish’, ‘capable’ as well as ‘fun’. It is the exact truth. But, before we proceed. Here is an interesting fact that everyone should know.
The Bonneville range was first introduced in the year 1959. And, since then these bikes are evolving while competing with several modern bikes globally. The entire range is available with multiple different bikes. However, the company has launched the Triumph Bonneville Street Twin in India with a price tag of Rs.7.95 Lakhs.
Want to learn more about the recently launched bike? We have covered all the details for you.
- Triumph has launched the 2021 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin in India.
- The all-new bike is now available with a price tag of Rs.7.95 Lakhs (ex-showroom).
- It is available with a BS6 compliant 900cc engine that produces 65PS of power.
2021 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin
In terms of design, the 2021 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin remains similar to its outgoing counterpart. However, to give it a fresh look, the British manufacturer has introduced new – machine cut alloy wheels, side panels, badging, etc. to name a few. Just to be precise, the outgoing variant used to cost Rs.7.45 Lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). Whereas, this new one costs a premium of Rs.50,000 more.
Apart from the standard variant. The British manufacturer has also introduced the Gold Line Limited Edition Street Twin for the customers. Globally, only 1000 units of this bike will be manufactured where 30 units are allotted for the Indian customers. To be very frank, this limited edition bike will be available at Rs.8.25 Lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). Well, that is Rs.30,000 more when compared to the regular variant.
The engine that now powers the all-new Bonneville Street Twin is a BS6 compliant 900cc twin-cylinder unit. The power figure from this engine stands at 65BHP @ 7500 RPM and a peak torque of 80Nm @ 3800 RPM while being mated to a 5-speed gearbox. Interestingly, the power figures when compared to the BS4 compliant motor stands exactly the same.
Built on the downtube chassis platform, the bike sits on telescopic forks at the front. Meanwhile, at the rear, it gets a monoshock unit. Likewise, braking duties for the Street Twin is handled by a single disc on both ends. Not to forget, it comes with a dual-channel ABS as standard. Meanwhile, there are two different ride modes available including Rain and Road.
In India, Triumph Bonneville Street Twin will directly go head-on against the likes of Ducati Scrambler. Want to learn more about the prime rival? You should. As Ducati Scrambler is kind of a big deal.
The entire scrambler segment became this popular all because of the Ducati Scrambler range. Currently, the Scrambler 800 comes powered by an 803cc twin-cylinder air-cooled engine. To be precise, it produces a massive 73.4PS of power and a peak torque of 67Nm while being mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
|Power||71.8BHP @ 8250 RPM|
|Torque||66.2Nm @ 5750 RPM|
|Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)||Rs.7.99 Lakhs to Rs.8.49 Lakhs|