Triumph India has launched the brand new Street Triple R in India at Rs 8.84 lakh. The new R version replaces the standard S version in the India line up, on account of the S version now being offered in a more A2 friendly 660cc format. The Triumph Street Triple R gets a slightly detuned version of Triumph 765cc Moto2 derived motor and most of the cosmetic cues from the Street Triple RS.
In terms of design the Triumph Street Triple R is largely modelled after the top of the line Street Triple R, which means that you get the signature bug-eye LED headlamp cluster with DRLs, a redesigned flyscreen and sinewy full tank with proper knee recesses along with an exposed trellis frame and a compact end-can on the exhaust. The R version does miss out on the handle-mounted RVMs, the belly-pan and the badging on the fly-screen that you would get on the RS version. In terms of kit, the Triumph Street Triple R gets, the semi-digital instrument cluster, a ride-by-wire system, traction control and three preset rider modes, road, rain and sport. Read More...
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