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These Are The India-bound Triumph Bikes In 2022


Not a long list, but some key products for our market

Triumph Motorcycles has one of the biggest BS6 big bike portfolios in India. From likeable mid-capacity bikes like the Trident 660 to the mind-boggling super nakeds like the Speed Triple 1200 RS, there’s one for all kinds of riders. And for 2022, this list is getting even bigger. Here’s what you can expect from the British brand next year:

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Unveiled

Triumph Tiger Sport 660

Yes, we’ll be getting the Tiger Sport 660 next year in India. As you may already know, the Tiger Sport 660 is based on the Triumph Trident 660, which has been raking good sales numbers in our country. And with the ADV segment becoming more and more popular by the day, the Tiger Sport 660’s India launch is certain. 

The Tiger Sport 660 is the smallest Triumph bearing the ‘Tiger’ badge. And to help make it more touring-friendly than the Trident, Triumph has given the bike more upright ergonomics with a 40mm wider handlebar and 30mm higher seat, a semi-fairing with a tall visor up front, a bigger fuel tank, and more suspension travel at both ends. There are some other significant changes too, which you can check out in our detailed story on the Tiger Sport.

In India, the Tiger Sport 660 will go against the Kawasaki Versys 650. 

Triumph Tiger 1200

Along with the baby Tiger, we’ll also get Triumph’s new flagship ADV, the Tiger 1200, in 2022. 

In its new avatar, the Tiger 1200 has gotten a revamp from head to toe. Gone is the bulky appearance and it’s taken over by a sleek new design, which is in line with the Tiger 900s. And not only does it look slimmer, the Tiger 1200 has actually lost a massive 25kg too! 

The Tiger 1200 also employs a new 1160cc triple-cylinder motor that belts out 150PS and 130Nm, a 9PS and 8Nm increment more than before. Meanwhile, an extensive electronics package (which now includes radar-based features) will keep you right side up in hairy situations. 

Bajaj-Triumph Bike

Now this is a long shot, but we believe Bajaj and Triumph are likely to introduce (if not launch) the first bike under their joint venture. From what we know, this would be an entry-level Triumph motorcycle, something like a 300-400cc Bonneville

As we said, though, this is a long shot as the COVID-19 pandemic had delayed these plans and with the new variant coming into play, there could be an even bigger delay.

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