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Triumph Motorcycles launched the 2020 Street Twin BS6 in the Indian market. The new Street Triple retails at a starting price of Rs 7.45 lakh, ex-showroom (India). Apart from an updated engine, the new motorcycle remains identical to the BS4 model.
The 2020 Street Twin retro motorcycle is offered in three colour options: Jet Black, Matt Ironstone and Korosi Red. Apart from Jet Black, the other two paint schemes attract a premium of Rs 13,000 over the base price of the motorcycle.
The 2020 motorcycle come powered by an updated version of the same 900cc, parallel-twin engine that powered the older models. The liquid-cooled, fuel-injected motor now produces a maximum of 65bhp at 7500rpm and a peak torque of 80Nm at 3700rpm.
The engine comes mated to a five-speed gearbox with split assist clutch. The motorcycle also features a ride-by-wire throttle along with a twin exhaust system with brushed silencers, adding to the retro-looks.
The Street Twin is the brand's entry-level motorcycle in the country and is offered with ample rider electronics and a host of accessories. It features a semi-digital instrument console along with an LCD digital display in the middle.
The display offers various information to the rider such as odometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, range to empty indication, service indicator, clock, two trip meters, average and current fuel consumption display, and traction control status display.
The motorcycle is also (TPMS) Tyre Pressure Management and heated grip ready. These are part of the brand's official accessories to the motorcycle and can be controlled by a handlebar-mounted scroll button.
The Street Twin features a round-shaped LED headlamps, tail lamps and turn-signal indicators, a 12-litre sculpted fuel tank, two riding-modes, switchable ABS, traction control, a flat-seat for rider and pillion; among others.
It continues to use a tubular steel cradle chassis along with a twin-sided, tubular steel swing-arm. Suspension duties on the motorcycle are handled by KYB 41mm cartridge forks and twin-shock setup from KYB with pre-load adjustment.
Braking on the motorcycle is done via a 310mm floating disc sourced from Brembo at the front and fixed type rotor at the rear. As mentioned before, the motorcycle features switchable ABS as standard. It features 18-inch alloy wheels at front and 17-inch at the rear.
Thoughts About The 2020 Triumph Street Twin Launched In India
The Triumph Street Twin is among the most affordable modern classic motorcycle sold in the Indian market. The motorcycle is offered with a host of electronic rider aids for enhanced safety. The up-right rider ergonomics, well-cushioned seat and a powerful parallel-twin engine suits both city and highway journeys as well.