The British super naked motorcycle Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS is launched in India today.
The Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS in India is priced at Rs. 16.95 Lakhs and will be available in limited units and will be delivered via bookings on a first-come-first-served basis with the first batch of only 30 units.
Deliveries of the motorcycle of the first batch will begin in march end.
The most powerful and fastest Speed Triple to ever exist is the all-new Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS.
The bike is now lighter in weight and slimmer than its predecessor which means more power, more speed !!
Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS: Features
1160cc inline 3 engine developed with the insight of MOTO2 race engine.
Produces 180Ps and 125Nm of torque (30Ps, 8Nm more than before)
6-speed gearbox with bidirectional quickshifter
Ohlins NIX30 front USD forks, TTX36 mono-shock on the rear
Brembo Stylema callipers
Weighs 198Kgs which is 10kg lesser than its predecessor
Cornering ABS, Switchable cornering traction control
5 riding modes
5 inch TFT display
All-new aluminium chassis and lithium-ion battery(60% lighter than before) is the reason for the weight drop in the bike which results in 25% higher power to weight ratio than the outgoing bike.
All top range brakes and springs with sticky Metzeler Racetec RR rubber makes this bike a complete package.
This bike is loaded with electronics for helping a rider to ride accordingly with all these features cornering ABS and cornering traction control, five riding modes (including a Track mode), a bi-directional quick shifter and wheelie control, all toggled via a 5-inch colour TFT dash that comes standard with the Triumph Connectivity Bluetooth system.
Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS is available in two colours which are Sapphire black, with red and silver graphics and the other colour is Matt silver ice, with black silver and yellow graphics.
Service cost and maintenance cost has been reduced just because of its high 10,000 miles or 16,000km service interval and gets 2 years of unlimited mileage warranty.
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