Supersports and Roadsters: 1. Triumph Daytona 675
Touted to be one of the best middle weight Supersports out there, the Daytona 675 is an acclaimed motorcycle with a legendary inline triple motor. The bike has a 675cc liquid cooled inline 3 cylinder engine which churns out class leading 118.5 PS of power at 12,305 rpm and 70.2 Nm torque at 9,900 rpm. The motorcycle gets Nissin 4 piston radial mono block dual calipers upfront and a Brembo single piston caliper at the rear. Suspension duties are carried out by 41mm KYB forks in the front and KYB monoshock with piggyback reservoir at the rear. The bike retails at Rs. 10,69,000 (ex showroom Delhi) and is available in Crystal white/jet black and Diablo red/ Matt aluminium silver shades. 2. Triumph Daytona 675 R
The small R near the 675 makes a huge difference, as the bike gets loads of carbon fibre trimmings and premium components. The engine and frame is same as the base model 675, but it gets Brembo calipers at both ends, 43mm Öhlins NIX30 forks upfront and Öhlins TTX36 twin tube monoshock with piggyback reservoir at the rear. The bike gets carbon fibre front mudguard and entire cockpit infills is made of carbon fibre too. The bike also gets a Quickshifter for upshifts as standard equipment. To visually differentiate the 675 and 675R, the R version gets a red shade for its sub frame. The Daytona 675 R is priced at Rs. 12,14,560 (ex showroom Delhi) and is available in two shades - Crystal White and Phantom Black. 3. Triumph Speed Triple
If there was a motorcycle ever made to enjoy power wheelies, it must be this bike. The Triumph Speed triple refuses to ground the front wheel when ridden aggressively as the engine is grunty right from the low revs, thanks to its meaty torque. The motorcycle has a 1050cc liquid cooled inline 3 cylinder engine which makes 126.7 PS at 9,301 rpm and 104.82 Nm torque at 7,797 rpm. The bike is priced at Rs. 11,49,000 (ex showroom Delhi) and is available in Crystal White, Diablo Red and Phantom Black shades. 4. Triumph Street Triple
The Street Triple is a motorcycle with the same chassis and engine as the Daytona 675, but in a toned down state to match its character. The naked motorcycle has the same 675cc liquid cooled inline 3 cylinder engine, but makes only 79.3 PS at 11,054 rpm and 57.3 Nm torque at 8,375 rpm. It is priced at Rs. 7,91,080 (ex showroom Delhi) and comes in Jet black and Diablo Red shades.
Adventure and Touring: 1. Triumph Tiger XR
The Tiger XR is the base version amongst its fancy siblings. The Tiger XR has a 800cc liquid cooled inline 3 cylinder engine which produces 95 Bhp at 9,250 rpm and 79 Nm torque at 7,850 rpm. On the electronics side, there is Traction control system and switchable ABS. Apart from these, the seat height, handlebar position, brake and clutch levers are all adjustable. The bike retails at Rs. 10,60,500 (ex showroom Delhi) and is available in Jet Black and Crystal White shades. 2. Triumph Tiger XRx
The Tiger XRx is very much similar to the Tiger XR in all aspects, except a few exclusive features. There are 2 riding modes to choose from - Road, Off-road, configurable rider (user defined). There is Cruise control, hand guards, adjustable windscreen and an additional 12V power socket for charging on the go. The Tiger XR and XRx, both come with alloy wheels. It is available in Jet Black and Lucerne Blue at Rs. 11,83,200 (ex showroom Delhi). 3. Triumph Tiger XCx
The Tiger XCx, unlike the XR and XRx has conventional adventure bike styling with large spoked wheels on both sides and Aluminium sump guards (belly pan). The XCx has similar features as the XRx in terms of engine configuration and electronics package. Additionally it gets engine protection bar as standard equipment. The motorcycle is available in 4 shades - Jet black, Crystal White, Lucerne Blue and Matt Aluminium Silver and is priced at Rs. 12,95,400 (ex showroom Delhi). 4. Triumph Tiger XCa
The Tiger XCa is the most sophisticated sub 800cc adventure bike amongst the competition. The motorcycle has a host of accessories and components. There is an updated 650W alternator to power heated grips, heated rider and pillion seats. The bike also gets auxiliary LED fog lights, CNC machined footrests, aluminium radiator guard and pannier rails for aluminium panniers. The bike is priced at Rs. 14,02,500 (ex showroom Delhi) and is available in Matt Khaki Green and Crystal White. 5. Triumph Tiger Explorer XC
The Triumph Tiger Explorer XC is the most powerful Adventure bike from Triumph that locks horns with the Ducati Multistrada 1200, Aprilia Caponord, Suzuki V-Strom and Kawasaki Versys 1000. The bike gets a new 1215cc liquid cooled inline 3 cylinder engine which churns out 137 PS at 9,300 rpm and 121 Nm at 6,400 rpm. The bike gets all the features and equipment available on the Tiger XCa as standard. This bike gets Ride by wire technology for crisp throttle response. The motorcycle is sold at Rs. 18,75,000 (ex showroom Delhi) and is available in Matt Khaki Green, Graphite and Crystal White shades.
Cruisers: 1. Triumph Thunderbird Storm
The Thunderbird Storm is a big bore cruiser motorcycle capable of munching miles at ease. The belt driven motorcycle has a gigantic 1699cc liquid cooled parallel twin engine which produces 98 PS at 5,200 rpm and 156 Nm torque at 2,950 rpm. The bike is sold at Rs. 14,10,000 (ex showroom Delhi) with 2 colour options - Jet black and Lava Red. 2. Triumph Thunderbird LT
The Thunderbird LT is based on the similar platform as the Thunderbird Storm, but has a purely cruiser styled outlook. There is a large amount of chrome, big windscreen and fancy additional lights. The bike gets Showa forks and rear shock absorbers, panniers, saddle bags, foot boards and quick release sceeen as standard equipment. It is priced at Rs. 16,40,000 (ex showroom Delhi) and is available in Jet Black, Lava Red/Phantom Black and Crystal White/Phantom Black shades. 3. Triumph Rocket III Roadster
The World's biggest production motorcycle engine is of Triumph's Rocket III Roadster, which is also the stable's costliest motorcycle. The 2294cc engine is almost equal to that of a premium sedan in most markets. The mammoth 2.3 liter liquid cooled inline 3 cylinder engine produces 148 PS at 5,750 rpm and a gargantuan, earth shattering 221 Nm of torque at relatively low 2,750 rpm. The final drive is by a shaft, since the motorcycle being a power cruiser. The bike is available in 2 shades - Phantom Black and Matt Phantom Black at Rs. 21,91,700 (ex showroom Delhi).
Modern Classics: 1. Triumph Street Twin
The Street Twin is the cheapest Triumph motorcycle one can get in India. But that doesn't mean the motorcycle misses out on exclusivity. The bike has a 900cc liquid cooled parallel twin engine which makes 55 PS at 5,900 rpm and 80 Nm torque at 3,230 rpm. The motorcycle has ride by wire technology, traction control system, slip-assist clutch and USB charging socket as standard. The bike is priced at 7,00,000 (ex showroom Delhi) and is available in Jet black, Cranberry red, Matt black and Aluminium silver shades. 2. Triumph Bonneville T100
Named after the legendary Bonneville salt flats, the T100 motorcycle is a classic retro styled motorcycle. The bike has exactly the same engine from the Street Twin which makes 55 PS at 5,900 rpm and 80 Nm torque at 3,230 rpm. It is priced at Rs. 7,78,000 (ex showroom Delhi) and available in Jet black, Fusion White/Aegean Blue and New England White/Intense Orange shades. 3. Triumph Bonneville T120
Unlike the T100, the Bonneville T120 has a larger 1200cc engine and additional features. The bike features a 1200cc liquid cooled parallel twin engine which churns out 80 PS at 6,550 rpm and 105 Nm torque at 3,100 rpm. It gets switchable traction control, ABS, heated grips and LED lights. The bike had a price tag of Rs. 8,80,000 (ex showroom Delhi) and is available in 4 shades. 4. Triumph Bonneville Bobber
Most recently launched motorcycle in Triumph's stable is the Bonneville Bobber. The retro styled Bobber has the same 1200cc engine as the T120, but in a different state of tune making 77 PS at 6,100 rpm and 106 Nm torque at 4,000 rpm. The bike retails at Rs. 9,09,000 (ex showroom Delhi) and is available in 4 different shades. 5. Triumph Thruxton 1200 R
The Thruxton 1200 R is a cafe racer styled retro motorcycle with modern rider aids. It has high specification Brembo brakes, Showa big piston forks, fully adjustable Öhlins twin rear shocks, and Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa tyres. It has a 1200cc liquid cooled parallel twin engine making 96 Bhp at 6,750 rpm and 112 Nm torque at 4,950 rpm. The bike has a price tag of Rs. 11,00,000 (ex showroom Delhi) and is available in Diablo Red and Silver Ice shades.
By: Aravind Rb