Triumph Motorcycles India has unveiled its new 2021 Bonneville Street Twin. Triumph has put a price tag of Rs 7.95 lakh ex-showroom (Pan India).
The new upgraded model comes revised with multiple features. However, before, let’s look at the motor, which is Euro5 900cc, liquid-cooled. Eight valves, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin, which makes 65 PS / 64.1 bhp (47.8 kW) @ 7500 rpm and 80 Nm @ 3800 rpm.
A 5-speed transmission supports the motor. And a Brushed stainless steel two into two exhaust system with twin silencers.
Typical twin exhausts
When it comes to structuring, the new Street Twin doesn’t lose the DNA compared to its outgoing model.
It gets the new decals, revised bench seat, new side panels, headlamp with brushed aluminium brackets, details on the spoke and new cast wheels.
We don’t see any change in the hardware as the new model comes with Tubular steel, a twin cradle frame and a twin-sided fabricated swingarm.
It comes with an Analogue speedometer with an LCD multi-functional display. The electronics have rain, and road modes adjust the throttle map. And traction control settings, switchable traction control, ABS, distinctive LED rear light, under-seat USB charger and an immobiliser.
Further, both the wheels come as a cast alumnium alloy multi-spoke with 18 x 2.75 inches on the front and 17 x 4.25 inches on the rear.
While the front forks are Ø 41mm cartridge forks, and the rear is Twin RSUs with preload adjustment.
Triumph has put Single Ø310mm floating disc, Brembo 4 piston fixed axial calliper, ABS on the front and Single Ø255mm disc, for braking duties Nissin 2 piston floating calliper, ABS on the opposite end.
The tires are 100/90-18 on the front, while the opposite end gets 150/70 R17.
With 12l fuel capacity, the entire package weighs 216kgs. The Stree Twin comes in three colours Cobalt blue, Matt ironstone and Jet black
Plus, over 120 genuine Triumph accessories and three stylish colour choices allow you to customise your bike for ultimate style, comfort, security, and protection.