Triumph Motorcycles recently updated its modern classic range globally. Now the British-based manufacturer will be providing its entry-level naked street fighter with a much-needed facelift/update. Unfortunately, none of the updates will be available prior to mid-2017.
The Street Triple will get an all-new 750cc plus, in-line three-cylinder engine. Triumph will be ditching their in-line three-cylinder 675cc engine for a bigger and more performance focused engine. Approximately four variants will be available with varying performance outputs for a wider choice.
On offer will be a base variant Street Triple producing 110bhp. The R variant is likely to develop 115bhp and will be the mid-model. 2017 Street Triple will also be offered in RS and RT variant, these will be the top-of-the-line models producing over 120bhp.
All four variants of the 2017 Triumph Street Triple will have ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) as a standard safety feature. Only the RS and RT variant will get TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System), Stability Control, TFT screen, and switchable traction control.
In terms of design, we expect new Triumph Street Triple to look bigger and meaner than its predecessor. Triumph Motorcycles will be launching the new Street Triple in India as well. We believe the new Street Triple will launch globally by mid-2017, and India could get it by 2017-end or early 2018.