Triumph has just made a two-year extended warranty package available in the Indian market, across its entire range. This extended warranty can only be opted for if the bike is already covered under the company’s standard warranty – which is two years in most cases.
The extended warranty is quite impressive. It offers global coverage and limitless kilometres – while being transferable. This means that you can sell your motorcycle while it is in warranty, with its warranty. Triumph also claims that this will improve the resale value of the motorcycle; and we don’t have trouble believing it. A Triumph dealer told us that the extended warranty package will cover all the components that the standard warranty does.
We also learnt that the amount for the extended warranty will vary from model to model and depending on the age of the motorcycle. Triumph will charge lesser if the motorcycle is less than 90 days old and a little more if it is more than 90 days old and less than 730 days old. A two-year extended warranty for a Street Triple RS that is less than 90 days old, for instance, will cost around Rs 25,783. However, if it is 91-730 days old it will cost Rs 28,633.
In other news, Triumph also recently launched updated versions of the Street Twin (Rs 7.45 lakh) and Street Scrambler (Rs 8.55 lakh) in India.
All prices, ex-showroom India.
|Warranty Fees |
|Model name||0-90 days||91-730 days|
|Street Twin/ Bonneville T100||Rs 19,609||Rs 21,576|
|Street Scrambler/T120/Bobber||Rs 25,783||Rs 28,633|
|Thruxton R/Speedmaster||Rs 32,432||Rs 35,825|
|Street Triple S||Rs 25,105||Rs 27,683|
|Street Triple RS||Rs 25,783||Rs 28,633|
|Tiger 800 family||Rs 31,211||Rs 34,604|
|Tiger 1200 XCx||Rs 48,852||Rs 52,245|
|Tiger 1200 XCa||Rs 50,209||Rs 53,602|