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Triumph Street Triple R


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Street Triple R Standard
₹ 10,43,000
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Disc Brakes, Alloy Wheels
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Street Triple R key highlights

Engine Capacity765 cc
Transmission6 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight168 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity15 litres
Seat Height826 mm
Max Power118.4 bhp

Triumph Street Triple R Summary

Price: Triumph Street Triple R price for its variant - Street Triple R Standard is estimated at Rs. 10,43,000. The mentioned Street Triple R price is the average ex-showroom.

Triumph Street Triple R is a street bike available in only 1 variant and 2 colours. The Triumph Street Triple R is powered by 765cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 118.4 bhp and a torque of 80 Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, Triumph Street Triple R comes up with anti-locking braking system. This Street Triple R bike weighs 168 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 15 liters.

Triumph Motorcycle has revealed the 2023 Street Triple 765 range for the international market. The 2023 range includes three models – R, RS, and Moto2 Edition – and the British manufacturer will bring select variants to the Indian market.

For 2023, the Triumph Street Triple R gets cosmetic updates in the form of a sharper design for the twin-pod LED headlight, an aggressive design for the bodywork, a 15-litre fuel tank, a gullwing swingarm, and radiator cowls. Internationally, the R variant has been listed in two colour options – Silver Ice and Crystal White.

The mechanical specifications on the 2023 model include the same 765cc, inline-three-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine as the outgoing version. However, the power output is higher than its predecessor. Linked to a six-speed gearbox, this motor is tuned to deliver 118.4bhp of maximum output at 11,500rpm and 80Nm of peak torque at 9,500rpm on the Street Triple 765 R.

The feature list on the 2023 Triumph Street Triple R includes full-LED lighting, cornering ABS, lean-sensitive traction control system, linked braking system, wheelie control, and a bidirectional quickshifter. This variant also gets four ride modes (Road, Rain, Sport, and Rider) and an LCD with a TFT display.

The pre-launch bookings for the 2023 Triumph Street Triple R have opened across India while its launch is scheduled to take place in March 2023. Once launched here, the 2023 Triumph Street Triple R will rival the likes of the Ducati Monster, BMW F 900 R, and Kawasaki Z900.

Triumph Street Triple R Review

BikeWale's Take

The Street Triple R is one fantastic streetbike that offers lots of performance, fun and comfort. It also gets some modern equipment. But the acquiring cost of the bike is high and also expensive to service.

Triumph Street Triple R Expert Opinion

On a close-to-150km first ride of the 2023 Street Triple R, many instances assured me that Triumph isn’t exaggerating about the improvements in the bike. Let’s see how it all unfolded.

Introduction

Triumph Street Triple R Left Side View

I am cruising at about 80kmph in third gear on a long and slick stretch of tarmac flanked by mesmerising green fields on the outskirts of Jerez, Spain. Out of playfulness, I whack open the throttle of the Street Triple R and the front wheel lifts a few inches off the ground. And that reminds me of Triumph officials stating that the new R is as fun as the previous-generation RS, while the new RS is even more capable. On a close-to-150km first ride of the 2023 Street Triple R, more such instances assured me that Triumph isn’t exaggerating about the improvements in the bike. Let’s see how it all unfolded. 

The Visuals

Triumph Street Triple R Right Side View

The 2023 iteration of the Street Triple looks more mean and menacing. The bodywork has been redone to look sharper and more angular from front to rear. The front fascia appears angrier with a tweaked headlamp and is accompanied by a smaller cowl on top and a larger air intake. Then, the fuel tank is sleeker while its extensions stretch more towards the front and look like a part of the tank now. Although the overall visual bulk is stripped off to some extent, the stance seems more like a predator ready to pounce. 

The Package

Triumph Street Triple R Right Side View

The new Street Triple R doesn’t just look wilder but the 765cc, inline triple-cylinder engine is also more potent; at 118bhp and 80Nm, it makes around 2bhp and 1Nm more than before. This has been achieved by revising the internals of the engine, increasing the compression ratio, adding a freer flow exhaust, and making the combustion chamber more optimised. Moreover, to make the roll-on acceleration punchier, the gear ratios have been revised by shortening all gears from the second cog onward. 

Triumph Street Triple R Left Side View

It’s also more contemporary on the electronics front with new cornering ABS and cornering traction control systems. Even the number of riding modes available has gone up to four, and the new ‘Rider’ mode allows one to configure the behaviour of electronics and throttle response as per their liking. The retained preset modes include Road, Rain, and Sport. Moreover, the handlebar has been widened by 12mm to offer a more commanding riding position. 

Triumph Street Triple R Front Wheel

Apart from these changes, the motorcycle is majorly the same as its predecessor. In fact, it has been demoted of sorts on the tyre front as Triumph has replaced Pirelli Rosso Corsa III with Continental ContiRoad rubbers. The 17-inch wheels are suspended by Showa Separate Function forks and Showa monoshock with full adjustability at both ends. Stopping power comes from Brembo M4.32 and Brembo single-piston calipers at the front and rear, respectively. 

Triumph Street Triple R TFT Touchscreen Instrument Cluster

All the information is displayed on a combination of an LCD and a tiny TFT dash, similar to the Trident 660. Then there’s a bi-directional quick shifter as standard, heated grips, wheelie control (governed by TC), self-cancelling indicators, and switchgear which is slightly more basic than the RS.

The Ride

Triumph Street Triple R Front View

A short spin on the RS before hopping on the R gave me a good perspective on how different they are in terms of riding experience and capabilities. Trust me, the difference is minimal with the RS being a tad better on certain fronts. The engine on the R, for instance, is just as punchy, smooth, and melodious. It’s only around the lower revs that I felt it took slightly more time to pick up the pace. However, once past 5,000-6,000rpm, the Street Triple R darts ahead with a profound vigour, crosses 100kmph in a jiffy, and goes on accelerating with the same urgency until the redline in every gear. Reaching some ridiculous speeds on R is almost as quick an affair as the RS, with the same inline triple wail accompanying you. 

Triumph Street Triple R Front View

Similarly, the quickshifter functions with a light touch of your toe. The gears downshift with a satisfying blip and upshifts are nearly seamless. Although this isn’t the smoothest quickshifter I have come across, it’s fairly effortless to operate. 

Now, as fast as the Street Triple R goes, it stops equally quickly. Of course, its Brembo M4.32 front calipers don’t have as fierce a bite as the RS’ Styelmas. However, nowhere did I feel the need for a better stopping power. In fact, I found the R’s brakes to be friendlier and less intimidating due to the more progressive feel that they offer while also delivering ample bite. New riders will truly appreciate this aspect of the bike. 

Triumph Street Triple R Front View

The Street Triples have always been revered for their sweet handling and the R is no different. There’s a tremendous steering feel and tipping it into corners is a matter of a gentle push on the bar. Once leaned over, it follows the exact line the rider wants it to, and exits, even if accelerated aggressively, without losing composure whatsoever. The tyres, too, deliver commendable grip and feel, while only feeling a bit squirmy around slippery corners. Further, owing to the steeper rake and better tyres, the RS feels a touch more communicative whereas the R is equally agile and playful. 

Triumph Street Triple R Right Side View

Triumph had set up the bike’s fully-adjustable suspension for road use and the front and rear felt absorbent. Although Jerez barely had rough roads, whatever patchwork we came across, the R soaked up everything pretty well. Even while doing triple-digit speeds, the mild elevation changes did not upset the motorcycle and it felt planted. It was only while crossing deeper ruts or sharp road joints that the rear felt slightly firm but not outright unforgiving. 

Triumph Street Triple R Front View

As for the ergonomics, the 826mm seat height of the R allows you to get on the bike fairly easily. For shorter riders, Triumph offers optional seat and suspension lowering options too. Once seated, the wide and straight handlebar provides a commanding riding posture, and the seat has enough cushioning and space to be comfortable all day long. Even the footpegs are rear set, but not the supersport-like rear. However, just like on the RS, I found windblast to be a major concern here as well. So, if you’re a high-speed tourer kind, an aftermarket windscreen is a must. 

Triumph Street Triple R Right Side View

Lest I forget, I found the layout of the R’s console to be more legible than the RS, although the latter has a fancier setup. While the TFT, for changing modes and other parameters, is a tiny unit on the R, the more important data like speed, rpm, fuel level, and gear position are displayed on a larger LCD on top in an uncomplicated font and layout. 

Should you buy it?

Triumph Street Triple R Right Side View

As has always been the case, the Triumph Street Triple R is a phenomenal motorcycle. On the gorgeous roads of Spain with wide and tight corners along with long straights, the motorcycle truly felt at home. While the spirited engine performance and incredible agility make it sporty and fun, the strong brakes and precise electronics add to the safety quotient. Except for the immense windblast at high speeds, it’s quite comfortable and spacious, even for longer rides. In a nutshell, it’s difficult to find major flaws in the Street Triple R.

Triumph Street Triple R Right Side View

Now, if you’re still wondering if the RS is better, it actually is, especially in terms of brakes, tyres, and handling. That said, you’ll only feel the R lacking if you do frequent track days. Otherwise, on longer rides or weekend jaunts around your favourite switchback, the R feels almost equally capable. Now, we are waiting for Triumph India to announce its price which, if falls under Rs 10 lakh (ex-showroom) mark, will make the Street Triple R an absolute no-brainer. 

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Street Triple R Specifications & Features

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      Specifications

      • Power & Performance

        • Displacement
          765 cc
        • Max Power
          118.4 bhp @ 11500 rpm
        • Max Torque
          80 Nm @ 9500 rpm
        • Mileage - Owner Reported
          -
        • Riding Range
          -
        • Top Speed
          220 Kmph
        • Riding Modes
          Sport, Road, Rain and Rider
        • Transmission
          6 Speed Manual
        • Transmission Type
          Chain Drive
        • Gear Shifting Pattern
          1 Down 5 Up
        • Cylinders
          3
        • Bore
          78 mm
        • Stroke
          53.4 mm
        • Valves Per Cylinder
          4
        • Compression Ratio
          13.25:1
        • Ignition
          CDI
        • Spark Plugs
          1 Per Cylinder
        • Cooling System
          Liquid Cooled
        • Clutch
          Assist And Slipper Clutch
        • Fuel Delivery System
          Fuel Injection
        • Fuel Tank Capacity
          15 litres
        • Reserve Fuel Capacity
          3 litres
        • Emission Standard
          BS6
        • Fuel Type
          Petrol
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      • Brakes, Wheels & Suspension

        • Front Suspension
          Showa 41 mm upside down separate function big piston forks (SF-BPF)
        • Rear Suspension
          Showa piggyback reservoir monoshock
        • Braking System
          Dual Channel ABS
        • Front Brake Type
          Disc
        • Front Brake Size
          310 mm
        • Rear Brake Type
          Disc
        • Rear Brake Size
          220 mm
        • Calliper Type
          Front- 4 Piston, Rear- Single Piston Calliper
        • Wheel Type
          Alloy
        • Front Wheel Size
          17 inch
        • Rear Wheel Size
          17 inch
        • Front Tyre Size
          120/70 - ZR17
        • Rear Tyre Size
          180/55 - ZR17
        • Tyre Type
          Tubeless
        • Radial Tyres
          Yes
        • Front Tyre Pressure (Rider)
          34 psi
        • Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider)
          42 psi
        • Front Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)
          34 psi
        • Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)
          42 psi
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      • Dimensions & Chassis

        • Kerb Weight
          168 kg
        • Seat Height
          826 mm
        • Ground Clearance
          165 mm
        • Overall Length
          2070 mm
        • Overall Width
          792 mm
        • Overall Height
          1042 mm
        • Wheelbase
          1402 mm
        • Chassis Type
          Front - Aluminium beam twin spar. Rear - 2 piece high pressure die cast
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      • Manufacturer Warranty

        • Standard Warranty
          2 Year
        • Standard Warranty
          Unlimited Km

      Features

        • Touch Screen Display
          No
        • Instrument Console
          Digital
        • Odometer
          Digital
        • Speedometer
          Digital
        • Fuel Guage
          Yes
        • Digital Fuel Guage
          Yes
        • Hazard Warning Indicator
          Yes
        • Average Speed Indicator
          Yes
        • OTA Updates
          Not Available
        • Call/SMS Alerts
          Yes
        • Geo Fencing
          No
        • Distance to Empty Indicator
          Yes
        • Tachometer
          Digital
        • Stand Alarm
          No
        • No. of Tripmeters
          2
        • Tripmeter Type
          Digital
        • Gear Indicator
          Yes
        • Low Fuel Indicator
          Yes
        • Low Oil Indicator
          Yes
        • Low Battery Indicator
          Yes
        • Clock
          Yes
        • Service Reminder Indicator
          Yes
        • Battery
          12 Volt, 8 Ah
        • Front Storage Box
          No
        • Under Seat Storage
          No
        • Mobile App Connectivity
          Yes
        • DRLs (Daytime Running Lights)
          Yes
        • AHO (Automatic Headlight On)
          Yes
        • Shift Light
          Yes
        • Headlight Type
          LED
        • Brake/Tail Light
          LED
        • Turn Signal
          LED
        • Pass Light
          Yes
        • GPS & Navigation
          Yes
        • USB Charging Port
          No
        • Riding Modes Switch
          Yes
        • Traction Control
          Yes
        • Cruise Control
          Not Available
        • Hazard Warning Switch
          Yes
        • Start Type
          Electric Start
        • Killswitch
          Yes
        • Stepped Seat
          Yes
        • Pillion Backrest
          No
        • Pillion Grabrail
          Yes
        • Pillion Seat
          Yes
        • Pillion Footrest
          Yes
        • Front Suspension Preload Adjuster
          Yes
        • Rear Suspension Preload Adjuster
          Yes
        • Additional Features
          -
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      Triumph Street Triple R FAQs

      Q: What is the on-road price of Triumph Street Triple R in 2024?
      The 2024 on-road price of Triumph Street Triple R in Delhi is Rs. 11,82,706. This Triumph Street Triple R price includes the ex-showroom price, RTO and insurance charges.

      Q: Which is better Triumph Street Triple R or Triumph Street Triple RS?
      Triumph Street Triple R is priced at Rs. 10,43,000, has a 765 cc 6 Speed Manual engine, and weighs 168 kg, whereas, the price of Triumph Street Triple RS is Rs. 12,06,979 with a 765 cc 6 Speed Manualengine, and weighing 166 kg.

      Q: What are the colour options of Triumph Street Triple R?
      Triumph Street Triple R is available in 2 colours which are Silver Ice and Crystal White.

      Q: What are the key specifications of Triumph Street Triple R?
      Triumph Street Triple R is a Street bike that weighs 168 kg, has a 765 cc BS6 engine and a fuel capacity of 15 litres.

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