As of now, there is no official confirmation available about the launch of the S variant of Triumph Street Triple. So, we would suggest you to stay tuned for the updates. You will also get notified as soon as the bike will launch, for this you have to tap on the "Alert me when launched" on our website. You can also check the details here. Triumph Street Triple S.
Triumph Street Triple offers a comfortable seat for both rider and the pillion. However, the seat may not be as comfortable as an adventure tourer or a cruiser. Moreover, comfort is something that can best judged personally and so we would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized dealer in your city and take a test ride of the bike. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
Triumph Street Triple is powered by a 765cc in-line 3-cylinder engine which makes 123PS of power and 79Nm of peak torque, however, the R variant variant gets a re-tuned version that puts out 118PS at 12000rpm and 77Nm at 9400rpm mated to a 6-speed transmission aided by a slipper clutch. The bike is priced in the range of Rs. 8.84 - 11.33 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). On the other hand, Kawasaki Z900 gets a 948cc, inline-four cylinder engine that manages to make the same 125PS and 98.5Nm as the previous BS4 unit. The motor comes mated to a 6-speed transmission aided by a slip and assist clutch. The Z900 is priced at Rs. 7.69 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). For further comparison between the two, please click on the following link: Kawasaki Z900 vs Triumph Street Triple Read More: - Family Feud: Triumph Street Triple R vs Triumph Street Triple RS - Kawasaki Celebrates Christmas By Riding In The New Z900
Height any issue. As per my experience, 165 mm ground clearance never been problem to me unless i am having a pillion and speed bumps are big. that too can be avoided if you brake and slow down before speed bump and not just next to speed bump.
To answer your question, bikes like the Street Triple or built for a bit of both, the city and long-distance riding. Seats won't be as plush like you find on a cruiser or an advt-tourer, but you can clock some good saddle time on. Streetfighter allows you the freedom to use your motorcycle in various environments - city, highway, twisties and track.
No , not possible. The riding position is same as that of a sports bike. Your wrists will start paining after an hour or so, back will start hurting if you are tucked in , you need to almost sleep on the tank to avoid wind blast at 200+kmph