Triumph Street Triple S 765 is a commuter bike available in India in 1 variant. The price starts at 9,19,500 (ex-showroom). Triumph Street Triple S with its 765cc engine produces 111 bhp of power and 73 nm of torque. Street Triple 765 dual cylinder engine has a 6-speed manual gearbox. Triumph Street Triple S 765 also has an anti-locking braking system, with both rear and front disk brakes. This 166 kg bike comes in 2 colors
As compared to its predecessors, the new Triumph Street Triple S is getting a host of new fresh upgrades. Globally, the motorcycle is available in three variants-S, R and the RS, whereas in India we only get the country’s S variant. The new model further strengthens the brand’s footing in the segment of middleweight sports biking.
Mechanically, the bike is powered by a larger 765cc, three-cylinder inline engine that delivers 111bhp power at 11,250rpm and 73Nm torque at 9,100rpm. The fairly powerful engine is matched to the transmission of six speeds. The new bike is 2 kg lighter and therefore offers a faster supply of power compared to its predecessor.
The new Street Triple by Triumph offers an additional seat height of 10 mm compared to the current 810 mm bike. The front receives separate function forks inverted to Showa 41 mm while the rear is suspended by a Showa mono-shock with a piggyback tank.
Triumph Street Triple S Price In India
Street Triple S prices are as follows in India.
|New Delhi, Delhi||₹ 9.75 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Mumbai, Maharashtra||₹ 10.02 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Bangalore, Karnataka||₹ 10.48 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Hyderabad, Telangana||₹ 10.21 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Chennai, Tamil Nadu||₹ 10.11 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Kolkata, West Bengal||₹ 9.46 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Ahmedabad, Gujarat||₹ 9.39 Lakh On-Road Price|
In addition to delivering decent performance, the Street triple is more focused on everyday use. It is competing against DSK likes Benelli TNT899, Kawasaki Z900, Ducati Monster 821, and the country’s Yamaha MT 09. We will also see the RS variant launched in the country sometime later.
Engine & Transmission
|Engine CC||765 cc|
|No. of cylinders||3|
|Max power||112 bhp @11250 rpm|
|Max torque||73 nm @10421 rpm|
|Valves per Cylinder||4|
|Fuel Delivery||Electronic Fuel Injection|
|Cooling system||Liquid cooled|
|Starting type||Self start|
|No. of Gears||6|
Wheels & Braking
|Wheel Size||17 inches|
|Wheel Type||Alloy wheels|
|Front Tyre||120/70- 17|
|Rear Tyre||180/55- 17|
|Front Brake||Dual Disc|
|Front Disc||310 mm|
|Rear Disc||220 mm|
Dimensions & Weight
|Seat Height||810 mm|
|Turn Signal Lamp||LED|
|LED Tail lights||Yes|
|Low Battery indicator||Yes|
|Low oil Indicators||Yes|
|Fuel tank Capacity||17.4 Liters|
|Overall Riding range||348 Km|
|Fuel Type||Power Petrol|
Street Triple Latest Update
Triumph launched the revised 2020 Street Triple RS in October 2019, fitted with a fresh new design and an improved engine designed to produce more power. While all the attention was paid to the Street Triple flagship, Triumph did not say anything about the entry level R model. Bundling the two versions together and announcing a new “Street Triple” would have made sense for the company but the two trim levels apparently needed to be addressed separately. We are now getting confirmation that the waiting for the new 2020 Street Triple R is nearly over.