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The Triumph Bonneville is a brand of cruiser bikes made by Triumph two wheeler manufacturer in India. There are 3 Bonneville models on offer with price starting from Rs. 11,88,921 (avg. Ex-showroom). The cheapest model under the series is Triumph Bonneville T120 with 1200cc engine generating 78.9 bhp of power. Whereas the most expensive model is Triumph Bonneville Bobber with 1200cc engine generating 76.9 bhp of power.

Triumph Bonneville Price List (2024) in India

Triumph Bonneville Bike ModelOn-Road Prices
Triumph Bonneville T120₹ 11,88,921 *
Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster₹ 12,84,762 *
Triumph Bonneville Bobber₹ 12,84,921 *
*Is Avg. Ex-showroom Price

Triumph Bonneville Price in India

Find the Bonneville that Suits Your Needs

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Price
₹ 11,88,921
₹ 12,84,762₹ 12,84,921
Displacement
1200 cc
1200 cc1200 cc
Weight
236 kg
263 kg251 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity
14.5 litres
12 litres12 litres
ARAI Mileage
21 kmpl
21.7 kmpl21.7 kmpl
Owner Reported Mileage
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Seat Height
790 mm
705 mm690 mm
Brake Type
Disc
Disc Disc
Transmission
6 Speed Manual
6 Speed Manual 6 Speed Manual
Max Power
78.9 bhp
6550 rpm
76.9 bhp
6100 rpm
76.9 bhp
6100 rpm

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  • Triumph Bonneville T120
    Quintessential Modern Classic!
    1 year ago
    Rohit
    The quintessential modern classic. Low profile but extremely potent. The bike you want if you're retro with a modern soul! This is not a sports bike, so don't expect it works like one. Give it the respect it deserves and it will not disappoint you. With the understated, classy, great exhaust note, superb low-end torque, and a slick gearbox, this bike will keep you well ahead of all the copycats, wannabes, and the immature. It is simple, just the way we like our motorcycles!

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    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Performance


    5

    Service Experience


    3

    Maintenance cost

    4

    Extra Features

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

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  • Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster
    Ghost rider
    46 weeks ago
    Divyanshu Sharma
    It was value for money, very comfortable ride. Looks are fantastic, performance is very good Service and maintenance are quite good. You all must buy this if you are single and lone rider then definitely. And mileage disappointed me a little bit But overall perfect is amazing you all should try this. Bike

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

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  • Triumph Bonneville Bobber
    A machine with a style statement
    42 weeks ago
    Ashish
    Not a general concept bike, this is kind of style statement happy to own one has its own set of issues and limitation like all bikes but it do gives that adrenaline rush in signal to signal push. Just me and the bike that's all. Not for touring or offroading but city and short highway burst anytime of the day, apparently gives a good mileage just highway 25-24 km/ltr and city 17-18 and bumper to bumper 14 on worst case case scenario

    Rating Parameters

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    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    3

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Occasional Commute

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    > 15000 kms

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  • Triumph Bonneville [2017]
    Motorcycle diaries and a british twin
    5 years ago
    Subhashish Sarkar
    The bonneville a3 and its stablemates (the t100, thruxton, scrambler) are destined for true classic glory in a few decades if not earlier. They are the last of the air-cooled motors from the legendary triumph motorcycles. Since 2016, even the 'modern classic' range from the british marque has had to bow down to the demands of the environment and go liquid cooled for better efficiencies from a given size. They will pass on into history much like two strokes and biplanes. When triumph launched themselves into the indian market in 2014, motorcycle enthusiasts were only just waking up to power and engineering above the homegrown pulsars and karizmas with access to the hallowed harley davidson and the relatively more exotic ducati. Triumph wasn't exactly an unknown quantity thanks to our imperial past, much in the lines of bsa and norton, but harley was still king of the hill when it came to brag value at the dhaba runs on sunday. But i knew, i wanted myself a slice of continental eccentricity and not american straight-line muscle. And the bonneville was one of the most evocative designs i had laid eyes on.A quick test ride on the two versions (t100, wire wheeled and the alloy rimmed a3) told me in no uncertain terms that the a3 was both more practical with its tubeless tyres and sharper handling with smaller dia wheels. Being cheaper by almost half a lac made the deal even sweeter. So, a long agonising wait later from the day i booked it, i rode home my black bonneville on a warm june evening in 2014.In the three years and few months that i have had it with me, the bonneville has been nothing short of magnificent. It does look its age lately when compared to the newest motorcycles with heaps of electronic aids, but if i would sum up the beauty for what she is, it would run thus:Ride: like i mentioned earlier, the 17" alloys offer the rider a level of control thats sportier than a bike of this design normally has any right to boast of. Extremely well balanced and a breeze in the heaviest traffic with its light clutch and adequate brake action, its only over 100 kmph on the highways that you frequently wish for a missing 6th gear. Mind you, it will happily cruise over a 120 all day and even take you all the way up to an indicated 180 if you're inclined to be one with the wind, but it's not meant to sustain those velocities within its safety envelope. There is no electronic aid to speak of - traction control or even abs, and unless you've fitted an aftermarket screen, the wind blast itself will threaten to knock your head off. So, easy does it. Also, the stock suspension feels a bit stiff after a while on roads that aren't the best and further discourages spirited riding. What i did was switch the stock springs with progressive both front and rear and finally the bonneville is a force to reckon with on the highways and mountain twisties.The rising position is perfect - just a hint of leaning into the bars and a slight rear set on the footpegs. Not aggressive at all, but not ungracefully splayed feet and open chested either. Long hauls at the bar welcome.One more gripe i had with the stock bike was the whisper silent dual exhausts, and wasted no time in swapping them out with arrow performance exhausts for the addictive twin roar in the ears on the rides.Maintaining the bonneville proved pleasantly easy. Once a year or10000 kms - whichever is earlier. At approximately 8-10 k per service all inclusive, isn't too bad once a year, although, to anyone coming up from indian brands, this can be a bit of a punch in the guts initially. The bonneville is a great everyday motorcycle to have in the basement. Its not flashy and its not massive by any count. But its quietly elegant and very, very friendly with all that the city will throw at you.And it will make you smile all the time you're on it. And on the occasions you are able to escape the city together, it will stretch that smile into a warm, fuzzy feeling as you make memories that look no different from che in the motorcycle diaries or zack mayo in an officer and a gentleman. It's a classic after all.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    4

    Performance


    4

    Service Experience


    3

    Maintenance cost

    3

    Extra Features

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    10000-15000 kms

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FAQs About Bonneville Bikes

Q: Which is the most affordable Bonneville bike available in India?
Most economical Bonneville bike available in India is Triumph Bonneville T120 which is priced at ₹ 11,88,921.

Q: Which are the most popular Bonneville bikes available in India?
The most popular Bonneville bikes in India are Triumph Bonneville T120 and Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster.

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