The revision in pricing will come into play on July 01, 2020. Here’s more…
Triumph Street Triple RS, the quickest Speed Triple the British mark has ever created gets expensive from 1 July 2020, along with a cost of upgrades for the present model. The hike is a response to the engine compliance with BS6 Emission norms and some significant upgrades.
2020 Street triple RS will now have an on-road price tag of over 50000 INR over the model it replaces. The ex-showroom price in India will be going up between 20000 to 50000 INR. This price hike justifies the updates that the bike brings with it. The present model features a more aggressive and sporty looking headlamps, second-generation graphic schemes in the TFT display, refurbished silencer with carbon fiber finishing and triumph branding.
This British boy is popular among the enthusiasts for its stellar performance and nimble handling. The triple-cylinder engine configuration now produces 123ps and 79nm torque. A rider can use this potential power using 5 different riding modes; Road, Rain, Sport, Track, and Rider configurable mode, which makes it unique among the middleweight naked competition.
Street triple still stands tall among the crowd with the components that it has to offer. Front suspension duties are assisted with 41mm Showa USD big piston forks with a 115mm of travel and rear suspension is equipped with a fully adjustable Ohlins STX40 piggyback reservoir monoshock offering 131 mm of suspension travel. The motorcycle features a 5 spoke 17 inch cast aluminum alloy wheels wrapped with Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tires. The braking power is further complimented by 310mm twin discs fitted with Brembo M50 4-Piston radial monobloc calipers at the front and 220 mm single disc with Brembo single-piston caliper at the rear end.