Triumph Motorcycles discontinues Scrambler 900, Scrambler 1200, Bobber, Speed Twin and Thruxton R
Triumph Motorcycles has discontinued the Scramblers (both 900 and 1200) along with the Bobber, Speed Twin and Thruxton R from its India line-up. This was in line with the transition from BSIV to BSVI compliant emission norms., wherein all these motorcycles were sold with BSIV complaint 900cc and 1200cc engines. We have learnt that select dealerships in India were offering an attractive discount of upto Rs 2.5 lakhs on these models.
Triumph Thruxton R even though was one of the most appealing offerings did not receive a strong demand in India, which was also the reason for Triumph to ditch the Thruxton RS for India
The company's line up presently consists of modern classics such as the Street Twin, Bonneville range of T100, T120 and Speedmaster that come with BSVI complaint engines. The prices of which will be increased next month. Triumph recently launched the Black Editions of the T100 and the T120 at Rs 8.87 lakh and Rs 9.97 lakh, ex-showroom. The roadster range has the Street Triple RS priced at Rs 11.13 lakh for now and will soon see an addition of the R variant, which is expected to arrive in the next couple of weeks. The adventure range has the newly launched Tiger 900, which is available in three variants GT - Rs 13.70 lakh, Rally - Rs 14.35 lakh and Rally Pro - Rs 15.50 lakh. Triumph has already started testing thr Tiger 1200 with leaner and updated styling with more electronics and possibly a larger displacement engine, that could launched in the international markets by the end of this year, followed by its India launch early 2021. Sitting on top of all these offerings, is the flagship - Rocket 3 priced at Rs 18 lakh, ex-showroom.
2020 Triumph Rocket GT is the flagship offering priced at Rs 18 lakh
In May this year, Triumph rolled out a unique three EMI holiday offer on its modern classic range, where the customer starts paying from the fourth EMI onward. This was done to offer more convenience and support to the prospective customers during the pandemic. Importantly, Triumph also forayed into the electric space with its first ever model, an e-bike called Trekker GT.
Starts Rs 9,46,000
Starts Rs 8,84,000
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