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2023 Triumph Street Triple India Details

CalenderPublished at June 19, 2023 by BikeJunction
2023 Triumph Street Triple India Details

Triumph Street is available in two variants Street Triple R and Street Triple RS.

Triumph Motorcycles India has finally introduced the 2023 Street Triple line in the Indian market, with an ex-showroom price of Rs. 10,16,640. In India, the 2023 Triumph Street Triple is available in two variants. Here we have provided some of the details about Triumph's middleweight roadster.

Variants and Prices of the 2023 Triumph Street Triple

2023 Street Triple variants were introduced in the Indian market by the British marque. The two variants available in India are the entry-level R variant and the performance specification RS model. However, the limited-edition Moto2 variant is not introduced in the Indian market.

The Moto2 variant of the Street Triple is known for its bold colors and more aggressive ergonomics, differentiating it from other variants. The R variant is available at a starting price of Rs. 10,16,640, while the RS version price starts at Rs. 11,81,410 (both ex-showroom prices in India).

The Street Triple 765 R is offered in two colour options in the Indian market: Silver Ice and Crystal White. On the other hand, the Street Triple 765 RS is available in three paint themes: Silver Ice, Carnival Red, and Cosmic Yellow. The prices of the different paint schemes are varied that are

Bike Variant

Colour Option

Prices

Street Triple R

Crystal White

Rs. 10,16,640

Silver Ice

Rs. 10,43,220

Street Triple RS

Silver Ice

Rs. 11,81,410

Carnival Red

Rs. 12,07,120

Cosmic Yellow

Rs. 12,07,120

The Street Triple RS prices are higher than R Variant, with the Carnival Red and Cosmic Yellow available at the same prices in RS.

Mechanical Specifications of Triumph Triple Street Variants

Triumph Motorcycles has kept the 765cc, inline-three-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine for the 2023 Model. The company has, however, updated the motor to provide greater power than its predecessor. For example, the R model now produces 118.4bhp at 11,500rpm and 80Nm at 9,500rpm. However, The RS variants produce a maximum output of 128.2bhp at 12,000rpm and a peak torque of 80Nm at 9,500rpm.

Features of Triumph Triple Street 

The current Triumph Street Triple model has an inertial measuring unit, which enables electronic rider aids such as cornering ABS, a lean-sensitive traction control system, and wheelie control. Full-LED lighting, a connected braking system, and a bidirectional quick-shifter are all standard on both models. The RS model also has a lap timer, cruise control, a five-inch TFT display, and a Bluetooth module. It also has additional riding modes Road, Rain, Sport, Track, and Rider. Meanwhile, the entry-level model has four riding modes Road, Rain, Sport, and Rider and is equipped with an LCD with a TFT display.

Design and Styling of Triumph Street Triple

The 2023 Triumph Street Triple maintains the overall outline of its predecessor but introduces several updates and enhancements. The styling is refined to appear sharper and more aggressive. Notably, the twin-pod LED headlight receives a more aggressive design, contributing to the overall aesthetics.

The bodywork of the 2023 Street Triple showcases an aggressive design. It complements features such as a 15-litre fuel tank, a gullwing swingarm, and radiator cowls. In the case of the RS variant, additional styling enhancements are present. It features a body-coloured belly pan, which adds a distinctive touch. Moreover, the RS variant includes a pillion seat cowl, which can be interchanged with an interchangeable pillion seat, It offers flexibility for different riding preferences. Additionally, the RS variant is equipped with a lower chain guard, further enhancing its overall appearance.

The hardware of the Triumph Street Triple

The base variant of the 2023 Triumph Street Triple range is equipped with Showa 41mm separate function forks in the front suspension. This type of fork separates the damping and spring functions into separate fork legs, allowing for more precise tuning and improved suspension performance. At the rear, it features a Showa piggyback reservoir mono-shock, which provides adjustable damping and preload settings for customisation.

In terms of braking, the base variant utilises twin 310mm front discs paired with Brembo M4.32 four-piston radial callipers, delivering strong and reliable stopping power. The rear braking setup consists of a 220mm disc.

On the other hand, the RS version of the 2023 Street Triple boasts upgraded suspension and braking components. It features Showa 41mm upside-down Big Piston Forks at the front. The rear suspension is handled by an Ohlins STX40 piggyback reservoir monoshock, providing high-quality damping and adjustability.

The RS variant also receives a more advanced braking setup. It is equipped with twin 310mm floating discs at the front, accompanied by Brembo Stylema four-piston radial monobloc callipers. This braking system delivers exceptional braking performance and precise modulation. The rear disc of 220mm shows braking hardware remains the same as the base variant.

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