2020 Triumph Street Triple RS Launched at Rs 11.13 Lakh in India

2020 Triumph Street Triple RS. (Image source: Triumph)

2020 Triumph Street Triple RS. (Image supply: Triumph)

The most necessary change within the new 2020 Triumph Street Triple RS is the up to date engine that outputs extra torque and is BS-VI compliant.

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  • Last Updated: April 22, 2020, 12:59 PM IST
  • Edited by: Anirudh SK

Triumph has launched the 2020 Street Triple RS in India at Rs 11.13 lakh (ex-showroom). The bike was presupposed to be launched within the final week of March, which was postponed in mild of the COVID-19 disaster.

The price ticket on the brand new model-year is identical because the outgoing model which is kind of spectacular, contemplating the variety of updates that the mannequin has acquired. Triumph has confirmed that bookings for the bike have begun however check rides and deliveries will solely start after the lockdown is lifted.

The Street Triple and Tiger 800 are the one two bikes which can be assembled domestically in India, whereas the opposite fashions come as a Completely Built Unit (CBU), from the corporate’s plant in Thailand. Triumph has additionally confirmed that the brand new mannequin can be assembled as its plant in Manesar as effectively.

The largest change within the new Street Triple RS comes within the type of a brand new 765-cc, liquid-cooled engine that produces 123hp and 79Nm of torque (up by 2Nm from the earlier mannequin’s 77Nm). Triumph claims that the bike additionally develops a stronger mid-range torque together with BS-VI compliance. The quick-shifter within the new model is now bi-directional as towards the upshift-only arrange within the outgoing model.

Along with a couple of styling tweaks that make the bike appears even sportier and extra aggressive, the brand new Street Triple RS now comes with a color TFT touchscreen with Bluetooth and GoPro connectivity. However, the latter is simply out there by means of an adjunct module.

The mannequin comes with Brembo M50 Monobloc callipers, a totally adjustable Showa fork and an Öhlins STX40 rear monoshock. It sits on Pirelli’s latest-generation Supercorsa SP V3 tyres; and whereas the digital rider aids are respectable, it is nonetheless lacking an IMU.

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