2020 Triumph Street Twin, Speedmaster Launched, Priced At Rs. 7.45 Lakhs
Triumph launched the Bonneville Speedmaster 2020 with a price tag of Rs. 11.33 lakhs (ex-showroom) and Rs. 7.45 lakhs (ex-showroom) for the 2020 Triumph Street Twin. Now both motorcycles comply with BS6 and are priced similar to the BS4 versions.
Speedmaster –Based on the same platform as the Bobber, the Speedmaster is fitted with circular headlights, analog instrument gauge with LCD monitor, fat forks, neatly shaped fuel tank, and a motor that barely fits inside the frame. The subframe is different though, as it gets a pillion seat, and the configuration of the suspension has changed too.
Despite the remaining unchanged Speedmaster price for the BS6 update, the manufacturer has provided Jet Black with a new color called Cobalt Blue. Other color options with hand-painted coachline are Jet Black and Fusion White and Phantom Black. The last is an option from Rs. 30,000/-.
The engine on the bike is a parallel-twin 1200cc which produces 77 PS and 107 Nm that is matched to a 6-speed gearbox. The suspension on the bike is KYB 41 mm upfront forks and KYB mono-shock with a rear link and stepped preload adjuster. At the front, there are twin 310 mm discs with Brembo calipers and at the back, there is a single 255 mm disk with Nissin caliper and ABS also.
The bike weighs a portly 245.5 kg overall and has a fuel tank of 12 liters. To those who feel that the 2020 Triumph Speedmaster price isn’t burning a wide enough hole in their pocket, Triumph also provides over 130 accessories.
2020 Triumph Street Twin – Although the 2020 Triumph Street Twin looks like the BS4 model, Triumph made some modifications to the motorcycle, the chief of which was made to the engine.
The parallel-twin now produces 65 PS, 18 percent higher than the BS4 model, displacing 900cc. We think this is because various tuning companies found that Triumph had too much restrained the 900cc engine (so as not to come close to the 1200cc models) and set about unleashing its true potential. Some even custom came up to draw more power.
The torque provided by the bike is 80 Nm and the motor is connected to a 5-speed gearbox which also has a clutch for assist. Other features include ride-by-wire, two-in-two exhaust systems, and multi-point electronic fuel sequential injection.
Rather than that, the classic styling and new hardware remain the same. Therefore, it continues to get KYB 41 mm front forks up front, preload-adjustable KYB twin rear suspension, alloy wheels, 310 mm front disk, and 220 mm rear braking duty along with ABS, and there is traction control for additional protection.
Offered in three colors – Jet Black, Matt Ironstone, and Korosi Red, Rs. 7.58 lakhs (ex-showroom) cost the latter two more.
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