Triumph Street Triple RS Launched In India At Rs 10.55
Triumph Street Triple RS Launched In India: Latest Triumph Motorcycles Launched in India on Monday at the lower price tag of Rs 10.55 lakh. It’s the version of this new-generation bike in the country following the base Street Triple S trim that was launched a few months back. The paint choices will also be new for example black and silver. There’s no modification in the ergonomics also and it proceeds to give a balance between comfortable and sporty riding posture.
What makes the Street Triple RS unique is the upgraded version of the newest 765cc, inline-three motor that has been tuned to deliver 123PS (10PS more than the S) in 11,700rpm and a torque of 77Nm (4Nm more than the S) at 10,800rpm. It’s the same engine that the British bike maker will provide with another state of tuning.
The engine comes mated to some six-speed transmission and the RS trim also receives a bi-directional quick shifter as standard. Along with the five riding styles (rain, sport, race, bike, and monitor), the bicycle also features four level traction control (street, rain, monitor and off). The ABS gets away and three degrees of customisation including street, track.
The rake angle has further decreased by nearly a level, giving a much better handling and agility to the sportbike. A top-class completely adjustable suspension setup — such as Showa USD big piston forks in the front and Ohlins STX40 monoshock at the back — and also top-shelf Brembo brake installation are among the other perks coming with the new Street Triple RS.
The weighing cycle is lighter. The lightweight alloys come shod with superb sticky Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tires to offer the perfect grip to the high-performance motorcycle.
Since the bicycle has been developed to coincide with the performance and handling of a road as well as a monitor compatible machine, the new version gets a 25mm jump onto the seat height to 825mm. The chair height of the RS version is even 15mm higher compared to new Street Triple S. Another exclusive feature of the RS version is its fully digital instrument cluster which is a full-color TFT display and provides a multitude of information.
Performance of this new Triumph Street Triple RS is one of the top-rated middleweight roadsters as well as close to a number of the middleweight supersport motorcycles.