Triumph Street Triple R, Rocket 3 prices hiked by up to Rs 1.05 lakh

    Published On Apr 30, 2021 10:17:00 AM

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    The price for Triumph’s middleweight naked motorcycle, the Street Triple R, has gone up by Rs 31,000.

    Triumph has increased prices of its Street Triple R, Rocket 3 R and Rocket 3 GT in India

    • Street Triple R now costs Rs 81,000 more than the Kawasaki Z900

    • Both standard Rocket 3 models are now closer to the Rs 20 lakh mark

    • No changes to the motorcycles

    Back in August 2020, Triumph launched the Street Triple R as a replacement for the Street Triple S in India. The R became the base model in the Street Triple range at Rs 8.84 lakh. Prices have now been hiked by Rs 31,000, taking it to Rs 9.15 lakh.

    At this price, it is Rs 81,000 more expensive than its rival the Kawasaki Z900. However, it still costs quite a bit less than the BMW F 900 R (Rs 10.8 lakh). You can read our comparison of the three motorcycles here.

    The Rocket models, meanwhile, have witnessed a much bigger price hike. The sportier R version now costs Rs 19.35 lakh, which is an increase of Rs 85,000. The touring-oriented GT variant, on the other hand, now costs Rs 1.05 lakh more, taking the price tag to Rs 19.95 lakh.

    The British motorcycle company also unveiled limited-edition Black versions of both, the R and the GT. Triumph has just 1,000 units of each Black edition and they are priced at Rs 20.35 lakh (Rocket 3 R Black) and Rs 20.95 lakh (Rocket 3 GT Black).

    All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi.

    Also see:

    Triumph Street Triple R review, test ride

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