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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Triumph's all-new Bonneville Street Twin


Priced at Rs 6.90 lakh, the all-new Bonneville is expected to bring in younger customers for the British brand

Triumph India today launched its new generation Bonneville Street Twin at the Auto Expo, priced at Rs 6.90 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Street Twin is the base version of the new generation Bonneville, a classic motorcycle that needs no introduction to the enthusiast. The Street Twin is powered by an all-new, 900cc parallel-twin engine that gets liquid-cooling for the first time in the bike's history. Power output is 55PS which is lower than the older version, but Triumph claims the power is more usable and is available at lower revs. Peak torque is higher at 80Nm though and is produced at lower revs.
The Bonneville continues to use a 5-speed transmission though ratios are different to improve rideability and efficiency, with Triumph claiming a 36 percent increase in efficiency.
The Street Twin looks more stylish than its predecessor and also gets modern equipment like ABS and traction control. The additional features and equipment have made the motorcycle more expensive, but Triumph claims the new bike is a lot more engaging and satisfying to ride with better performance and far better handling.
The bike will be offered in four colours, along with a range of accessories and Triumph approved customisation kits which will not void the bike's warranty. Triumph is betting big on the new Street Twin which competes with Ducati's Scrambler. The British manufacturer is confident the new Bonneville will help it expand its already fast growing customer base even further. 
Source: Zigwheels
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Item Reviewed: Triumph's all-new Bonneville Street Twin Description: Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Sheldon Dcruz
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