- Select Triumph bikes become more expensive
- Street Triple R gets dearer by Rs 31,000
- Rocket 3 price hike is up to Rs 1,05,000
Starting from 1 April, 2021, we have witnessed price hikes from a host of mass-market bike makers. Now, it seems that premium brands have also joined the bandwagon. Case in point, Triumph has recently increased the prices of the Street Triple R, Rocket 3 R, and the Rocket 3 GT in India.
The new Street Triple has become dearer by just Rs 31,000. Whereas, the Rocket 3 R and GT variants have become more expensive by as much as Rs 85,000 and Rs 1,05,000, respectively. Mentioned below are the new (ex-showroom) prices of the bikes.
Street Triple R: Rs 9,15,000
Rocket 3 R: Rs 19,35,000
Rocket 3 GT: Rs 19,95,000
The Street Triple R is the more accessible version of the highly capable RS. The former makes lesser power and torque than the latter while the hardware package is also lower-spec. As for the Rocket, it runs on a 2,458cc engine, which's the largest displacement mill ever seen on a production bike. While the R is a more street-oriented variant, the GT is more inclined towards cruising with laid-back ergonomics.
It's also worth noting that Triumph recently launched its most affordable offering, the Trident 660, in India. It is priced at Rs 6.95 lakh (ex-showroom) and competes against the Kawasaki Z650 and the Honda CB650R.