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Triumph’s Bonneville Family Is Here And It’s NOT An April Fool Prank


The 2021 Bonneville range receives mechanical updates and a price hike.

Triumph Motorcycles has been on a roll. The British brand recently showcased its upcoming electric motorcycle and has also commenced bookings for its most affordable triple-cylinder bike, the Trident, in India. While the Triumph Trident will make its India debut on April 6, the British brand meanwhile has launched a whole new bunch of motorcycles from its modern classic family.

Triumph Street Twin
Price: Rs 7.95-8.25 lakh

The most affordable Triumph offering (currently) and the stepping stone into the Bonneville family, the 2021 Street Twin has been priced at Rs 7.95 lakh. It isn’t an all-new bike; the Street Twin receives more of an update than a complete overhaul, with most of the changes being cosmetic. It’s powered by a 900cc parallel-twin HT motor that continues to thump out 65PS at 7500rpm and 80Nm at 3800rpm, peak torque now kicking in 100 revs higher. Seat height has been dropped by 5mm to 76mm. You can read more about the 2021 Triumph Street Twin here.

There will be a new limited edition of the Street Twin, called the ‘Gold Line.’ Only 1,000 units of it will ever be manufactured, each retailing at Rs 8.25 lakh (ex-showroom). That said, Triumph hasn’t specified the number of units assigned for the Indian market. As the name suggests, it gets hand-painted coachlines on the tank and side panels, with gold-finished logos.

Triumph Bonneville T100
Price: Rs 9.29 lakh

While the Street Twin is a more modern and urban-focussed motorcycle, the Bonneville T100 is a pukka classic. The 2021 Bonneville T100 will cost you Rs 9.29 lakh (Rs 40,000 more than the older bike). Unlike with the Street Twin, Triumph engineers have made significant improvements on this new bike. It’s propelled by a 900cc, parallel-twin motor ( lighter by 2.9kg) that generates 65PS and 80Nm, 10PS more power than earlier. The new Bonneville T100 also gets revised braking hardware in the form of Brembo 2-piston units replacing the older Nissin brakes. Read more about the 2021 Triumph Bonneville T100 here.

Triumph Bonneville T120
Price - Rs 10.65 lakh

If you didn’t find the Bonneville T100 too exciting, fret not. Triumph has got your back with the Bonneville T120. As the name suggests, it’s powered by a larger 1,200cc motor and is the flagship roadster from the British brand. The 2021 Triumph Bonneville T120 has been priced at Rs 10.65 lakh, which is a significant hike of Rs 68,000 over the BS4 model.

The new BS6-compliant motor produces 80PS, same as that of its predecessor. But, peak torque has increased to 105Nm at 3,500 rpm. Triumph engineers have also improved the ride modes and traction control settings (the older Bonneville T120’s traction control system was a bit iffy and would cut power abruptly). The bike gets cruise control as standard, is 7kg lighter now (tipping the scales at 236kg), and features Brembo braking hardware, much like the T100.

Triumph has also launched the Bonneville T120 Black. It gets a fully blacked-out powertrain, exhausts, underpinnings, and rims. There’s a brown saddle as well that helps to differentiate this variant from the standard T120. Cosmetic variations aside, there’s no other change; its mechanicals and price are similar to those of the standard model.

Triumph Speedmaster
Price: Rs 11.75 lakh

It is the only traditional cruiser motorcycle in Triumph’s India portfolio. The 2021 Triumph Speedmaster is priced at Rs 11.75 lakh, making it the most expensive Bonneville offering on sale. The BS6 update hasn’t been kind on the cruiser as the 1,200cc parallel-twin motor now makes 1.5PS and 1Nm less than before (78PS and 106Nm). The 2021 Speedmaster gets a new 47mm Showa cartridge fork, while its braking hardware has been upgraded with Brembo calipers. You can read more about the new Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster here.

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