Triumph India will be launching the new 2017 Triumph Street Triple on June 12, 2017. The motorcycle range was unveiled globally in February 2017. The same powerplant will also be used in Moto2 races from June 2019 (with several modifications).
The 2017 Triumph Street Triple range includes three variants, Street Triple S, Street Triple R and Street Triple RS. The new 765 cc triple cylinder, the liquid-cooled mill produces 113 PS in the entry level Triumph Street Triple S. In the Triumph Street Triple R, it produces 118 PS while in the flagship Triumph Street Triple RS, it is capable of 123 PS maximum power.
The bike also gets new LED headlamps and a new TFT instrumentation console for the R and RS trim. The bug-eyed 2017 Triumph Street Triple also gets features like traction control, ride by wire technology and switchable ABS. The base variant gets Showa forks and Nissin calipers and riding modes (Rain and Road).
The Triumph Street Triple R gets adjustable Showa suspension at both ends, Brembo M4 32 four-piston calipers, body coloured fly screen and 4 riding modes (Sport, Road, Rain and Rider).
The Triumph Street Triple RS gets M50 calipers, Showa Big Piston fork & Ohlins monoshock, quickshifter and a 5th ridging mode (Track).