SPEEDHOUNDS reported earlier the launch of Triumph Street Triple launch in India. The base Triumph Street Triple S has been launched in India at an introductory price of INR 8.50 lakhs (Ex-showroom, Delhi) pitching it against its arch rival Kawasaki Z900.
Street Triple S has more power and torque, thanks to the all new 765cc liquid cooled 3 cylinder engine churning out 113PS power at 11,250rpm and an impressive 73Nm torque at 10,421rpm mates to a 6-speed gearbox with O ring chain. The engine is derived from the Triumph Daytona and is liquid cooled and fuel injected with a new ride-by-wire technology. With 80 new parts, Street Triple S gets improved low and mid range performance.
Equipped with two riding modes (Road and Rain) helps the roadster harness the power in every way possible. One even gets a richer sound with its free flow exhaust and induction. For the first time Triumph brings in traction control to its Street Triple range in India.
The new Street Triple S is lighter and more agile with improved handling. The new gull wing rear swing arm improves high speed stability. The revised LCD instrument cluster helps the rider to toggle between riding modes and access key info from the on board computer.
Street Triple S gets new body work with new gullwing swing arm with black finish main and sub frame. The rear of the motorcycle is inspired by the Triumph Street Triple RX model. With its impressive power to weight ratio and an incremental price increase as compare to its predecessor makes it an excellent offering by Triumph.
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