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Triumph Street Triple S launched in India at 8.5 Lakh ex-showroom Delhi

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  • Triumph Street Triple S launched in India at 8.5 Lakh ex-showroom Delhi

    Triumph Motorcycles India launched the new Triumph Street Triple S in India for Rs 850000/- Ex-Showroom New Delhi.

    Mr. Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt Ltd. commented
    1. Triumph to open dealerships in Goa and Bhubaneswar soon.
    2. Triumph has 27% market share in 500cc & 5 lakh+ segment.
    3. The Triumph Street Triple is the lightest bike in its class.
    4. The new #StreetTriple765 is going to be lighter and more powerful than the outgoing model!
    5. The new Street Triple has 80 new parts over the Daytona 675., on which it is based.
    6. It will be coming to India as CKD and will be available in 2 colors - Diablo Red and Phantom Black.
    7. The new #StreetTripleS is priced at 8.5 Lakh INR ex-showroom Delhi - introductory price!
    8. Bookings already started, 40 bookings so far, Delivery in Delhi, Mumbai, & Bangalore by next week!


    About the all new Triumph Street Triple S
    More power, performance, torque and a richer triple soundtrackRider focussed technology The new Street Triple S represents a major evolution in state of the art rider focussed technology for maximum control and safety.
    Ride-by-wire For a crisper, more precise and more accurate throttle response, with improved on/off throttle transition. Enabling different throttle maps, which combined with the ABS and traction control settings give up 2 riding modes
    Riding modes Linked to the ride-by-wire system the Street Triple S has new riding modes, which adjust throttle response, ABS and traction control settings
    - Street Triple S featuring 2 riding modes: Road and Rain.
    New on-board computer On the Street Triple SSNew switch cubes
    with 5-way joystick
    The Street Triple S features the revised switch cubes set-up from the latest generation Speed Triple.
    Switchable traction control On the Street Triple SQuickshifter This can be added as an accessory option on the Street Triple S. The new Street Triple can be fitted with a quickshifter allowing for clutchless upshifts that are up to 2.5 times quicker than a skilled rider using a standard clutch upshift.
    DRL Headlight The Street Triple S features new LED position light headlights, with the LED position light 4.6x brighter than the previous generation bulb sidelight.
    Lighter, more agile and better handlingHigher specification suspension The Street Triple SHigh specification brake set-up The Street Triple S model is fitted with Nissin 2-piston sliding calipers on the front and a Brembo single piston sliding caliper on the back.
    High specification performance tyres The Street Triple S is fitted with premium Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa tyres which deliver sharp and precise handling as well as excellent stability and grip on the road.
    More attitude and sharper stylingPremium colour options Street Triple S - Diablo Red or Phantom Black (Metallic)





    We had ridden the Street Triple 765 RS in Spain. Read our review here





































    Last edited by NewsReaper; 06-12-2017, 05:38 PM.

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    Re: Triumph Street Triple S launched in India at 8.5 Lakh ex-showroom Delhi

    Great pricing by Triumph! 8.5L Ex Showroom Delhi makes it cheaper than it's 2 main competitors Monster 821 and Z900. I hope the new Street can cope up with our fuel and there are no stalling issues in this model as the previous one.

    Any update given by officials on the launch of R & RS models?
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      Re: Triumph Street Triple S launched in India at 8.5 Lakh ex-showroom Delhi

      Originally posted by Sachinnair View Post
      Any update given by officials on the launch of R & RS models?
      From what I have read from the sites, it could be by the end of this year.

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        Re: Triumph Street Triple S launched in India at 8.5 Lakh ex-showroom Delhi

        Originally posted by Sachinnair View Post
        Any update given by officials on the launch of R & RS models?
        Nothing official. But later this year. Which could mean absolutely anything The positive is that most probably even those will be CKD, so better pricing.
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          Re: Triumph Street Triple S launched in India at 8.5 Lakh ex-showroom Delhi

          Are these detuned like the previous models or have the same spec as sold globally?
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            Re: Triumph Street Triple S launched in India at 8.5 Lakh ex-showroom Delhi

            Originally posted by Ezilkannan View Post
            Are these detuned like the previous models or have the same spec as sold globally?
            Not detuned this time.
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              Re: Triumph Street Triple S launched in India at 8.5 Lakh ex-showroom Delhi

              Originally posted by Sachinnair View Post
              Not detuned this time.
              Many people are saying that it's not going to be detuned this time, but i didn't see power figures anywhere in the launch pictures, I am still skeptical about this. This will only be confirmed after a dyno run.

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                Re: Triumph Street Triple S launched in India at 8.5 Lakh ex-showroom Delhi

                now if only i had a million bucks extra :-D :-(

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                  Re: Triumph Street Triple S launched in India at 8.5 Lakh ex-showroom Delhi

                  Originally posted by Abhishekilke View Post
                  Many people are saying that it's not going to be detuned this time, but i didn't see power figures anywhere in the launch pictures, I am still skeptical about this. This will only be confirmed after a dyno run.
                  Site mentions the full power spec, but that's exactly what happened last time too before they changed it after they got caught....
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                  • #10
                    Failed Street triple S

                    https://youtu.be/vNF85DIniPo
                    This is what happened to my new my street triple S had pre booked the bike, got it delivered 15 days ago from Shaman Triumph Mumbai. It is concluded to be the result of failed pdi and quality check. Bike had an issue since Day 1 and dealership was not taking it seriously and now the bike has done 500 odd kms. The issue was so severe that even the engine oil cap has melted due to the heat. The issue went out of hands when I was standing at a signal and the coolant cap popped of and threw coolant out it was all over the place and it was so hot that my hand burnt a lil, smoke was all around and people thought that the bike will setup itself on fire. Now after knowing the fact the fan assembly was not working and what this bike must have gone through in the initial face which is the most crucial. Triumph motorcycles India and the dealership is expecting me to take the bike home by just replacing the parts but not ready to take any responsibility for what went wrong. I am fighting for either a new bike or a complete refund as a PDI and quality test failed process is not a customers concern and I had ditched all good japnese brands on the trust that Triumph motorcycles takes pride in delivering quality and thats the justification for the high pricing. This bike comes to India as a CKD unit it is assembled in india. I think triumph is doing a big mistake by doing so as quality is getting compromised. I have even email Mr.Nick the ceo of the company and Sidharthha Varma the marketing head of India yet to hear from them. As fellow bikers pls support me as these companies are taking customers for granted. They demand high prices and we pay in expectation of a brilliant and well built machine. Shame on Triumph motorcycles and M/S SHAMAN MOTORS PVT LTD

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                      Re: Failed Street triple S

                      Originally posted by Dharam1989 View Post
                      https://youtu.be/vNF85DIniPo
                      This is what happened to my new my street triple S had pre booked the bike, got it delivered 15 days ago from Shaman Triumph Mumbai. It is concluded to be the result of failed pdi and quality check. Bike had an issue since Day 1 and dealership was not taking it seriously and now the bike has done 500 odd kms. The issue was so severe that even the engine oil cap has melted due to the heat. The issue went out of hands when I was standing at a signal and the coolant cap popped of and threw coolant out it was all over the place and it was so hot that my hand burnt a lil, smoke was all around and people thought that the bike will setup itself on fire. Now after knowing the fact the fan assembly was not working and what this bike must have gone through in the initial face which is the most crucial. Triumph motorcycles India and the dealership is expecting me to take the bike home by just replacing the parts but not ready to take any responsibility for what went wrong. I am fighting for either a new bike or a complete refund as a PDI and quality test failed process is not a customers concern and I had ditched all good japnese brands on the trust that Triumph motorcycles takes pride in delivering quality and thats the justification for the high pricing. This bike comes to India as a CKD unit it is assembled in india. I think triumph is doing a big mistake by doing so as quality is getting compromised. I have even email Mr.Nick the ceo of the company and Sidharthha Varma the marketing head of India yet to hear from them. As fellow bikers pls support me as these companies are taking customers for granted. They demand high prices and we pay in expectation of a brilliant and well built machine. Shame on Triumph motorcycles and M/S SHAMAN MOTORS PVT LTD
                      I think you can safely go with change of relevant parts since it has covered only 500kms and the coolant was present which means there wouldn't be any major damage to engine. Once the parts are changed you will still have a whole year's warranty left which is good enough to evaluate the bike. To be fair nobody will entertain a request for new bike just because of heat & coolant overflow due to fan not working.

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                        Re: Triumph Street Triple S launched in India at 8.5 Lakh ex-showroom Delhi

                        I think you deserve a new bike or refund. This is the problem with out Indian mentality "ki sab chalta hai". Had this happened in western countries the company would have ended up paying million for delivering a hazardous product. Best of luck for your fight with this handicapped system where right to qualify product is the last priority

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                            Got my street last week and clocked 600kms enjoying [emoji7][emoji7][emoji7][emoji7]
                            Congratulations and wishing you Happy Mile Munching! [emoji965][emoji92]

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                              Congratulations and wishing you Happy Mile Munching! [emoji965][emoji92]
                              Thanks a lot.

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