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Triumph Street Twin EMI Calculator

The calculated EMI for Triumph Street Twin is Rs. 21,767 per month @ 6% for a tenure of 36 months for a loan amount of Rs. 7,15,500. Check out the ZigWheels EMI calculator to find the best car finance for Triumph Street Twin or calculate loan interest rate and equated monthly instalments(EMI) by entering the amount of car loan that you wish to take. The ZigWheels EMI calculator calculates instalment on reducing balance.

Street Twin EMI Calculation

Ex-showroom
: Rs. 7,95,000
Loan amount
: Rs. 7,15,500  (90 % of Ex-showroom)
Down payment
: Rs. 1,95,699  (On-road + Processing fees + EMI - Loan amount)
Monthy EMI
: Rs. 21,767  (For Tenure of 36 months @ 6%)
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EMI in advance: You pay one EMI instalment in advance to the bank. This amount is EMI in arrears: You don't make any advance EMI payments. The bank disburses the loan
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Triumph Street Twin Overview

Triumph Street Twin
Triumph Street Twin
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Rs. 7.95 Lakh
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Triumph Street Twin Down Payment and EMI

Street Twin Variants Loan @6% Down Payment EMI (36 months)
Standard Rs. 7,15,500 Rs. 1,95,699 Rs. 21,767
2021 Rs. 7,15,500 Rs. 1,95,699 Rs. 21,767
Gold Line 2021 Rs. 7,42,500 Rs. 2,02,391 Rs. 22,588

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Street Twin

Q. I am having interceptor 650, rear brake is very worst, want to go for a upgrade. Is Triumph street twin will be good mainly the brakes.
  • Yes, Triumph Street Twin may be a good option. Triumph Street Twin is priced from 7.45 Lakh (Ex-showroom price, Delhi). Even though it is the gateway into the Bonneville family, the Street Twin is pleasantly powerful. Its 900cc parallel-twin High Torque motor generates 65PS and 80Nm, which is the same as the BS4 unit. There’s a five-speed gearbox with a slip-and-assist clutch present with the motor. Riding aids aren’t comprehensive: two riding modes (Rain and Road), switchable traction control and dual-channel ABS. The foundation of every Bonneville motorcycle is a tubular double cradle frame that houses the parallel-twin motor. On the Street Twin, this classic and conventional frame is suspended by a 41mm KYB cartridge fork and preload-adjustable twin shocks. It also gets superior braking hardware when compared to its traditionally-styled Bonneville siblings: a 4-piston Brembo fixed axially-mounted caliper acts on a 310mm front disc. On the rear wheel, you have a 255mm rotor with a Nissin twin-piston caliper. The 18-/17-inch alloy wheels come wrapped with Pirelli Phantom Sportscomp rubber. Do take a test ride for a better understanding of performance. Follow the link and select the respective city. Dealer.
Q. Ii am 5.5 ft, which bike will be suitable for me Interceptor or Triumph Street Twin?
  • With the seat height of 760 mm, Triumph Street Twin would be comfortable enough for you. Moreover, the best way to judge riding comfort is by taking a test ride. Check out authorised dealership details.
Q. How is the overall experience of street twin? I am so excited to own this.
  • If ur looking for standard cruise bike , at this price range, then this is the best bike.Ya it have a bit ground clearance issue, but it's ok, does not have a big problem in dat.At this price it gives a fantastic mileage wen u compare this bike with the same range other super bikes.It's good in comfortable Nd yes ofcors u can go for long ride.
  • The bike is awesome. I have been riding it for 3 years now and love it. I am looking to upgrade to a more powerful machien
  • Is there any waiting period for delivery?
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