Triumph Street Triple RS  Summary
|Max Power||121.2 bhp @ 11,700|
|No of Gears||6|
|Mileage||21.48 kilometers per litre|
Triumph Street Triple RS  Variants Price List
Triumph Street Triple RS  prices starts at ₹ 11.13 Lakh (Avg. Ex-Showroom Price) in India. Triumph Street Triple RS  is available in 1 variant - Standard and 2 colours.
|Street Triple RS  Standard||₹ 11.13 Lakh|
Triumph Street Triple RS  Colours
- Crystal White
- Matt Black
Triumph Street Triple RS  Mileage
The Triumph Street Triple RS  Mileage is 21.48 kilometers per litre.
Triumph Street Triple RS  Highlights
The original Triumph Street Triple RS was nothing short of an impressive machine. In fact, it was one of the most exciting middleweight sport naked with impressive performance and top-grade components, which was a worthy addition to this segment.
In 2020, Triumph has given the Street Triple RS a bunch of updates giving it a mid-cycle facelift. What remains to be seen, then, is if Triumph has gone overboard with the changes, or the 2020 derivative of the Street Triple RS proves itself as a worthy successor to the model it replaces. Let’s take a look.
By the looks of it, the 2020 Street Triple RS doesn’t look all that different from the model it replaces. The signature twin headlamps are still present but are updated with a much sharper and angrier look for 2020. They also now feature LED DRLs on top and are brimmed with LEDs. Other changes include some revamped body panels like the belly pan, radiator shroud, and tail section, which make it look like a sleeker machine altogether. The all-new silencer is now compact and features a carbon-fibre finish.
Engine & Transmission
At the heart of the 2020 Street Triple RS is the same 765cc three-cylinder motor that was found in its predecessor. The power output remains the same at 121bhp, but it now produces more torque at 79Nm. It is, of course, compliant with the new BS-VI emission standards. The power is sent to the rear wheel via a six-speed gearbox. As for the Triumph Street Triple RS mileage, expect the updated engine to deliver somewhere between 20-22km/l.
There isn’t much new with the Triumph Street Triple RS new model when it comes to the hardware. It is still built around an Aluminium beam twin spar chassis and features Showa 41 mm upside down big piston forks at the front and an Ohlins monoshock at the rear, both of which are fully adjustable. The braking power comes from twin 310mm discs at the front and a single 220mm disc at the rear. The 17-inch wheels are shod with a 120/70 ZR17 tyre at the front and a fatter 180/55 ZR17 tyre at the rear.
As discussed above, the Triumph Street Triple RS new model now gets full LED lighting for the signature twin headlamps. The taillamp, too, is powered with LEDs. The 5.0-inch coloured instrument cluster is carried over from its predecessor, though it now features new graphics and layouts. It also gets Bluetooth connectivity for answering calls/texts and turn-by-turn navigation. Just like before, it still gets a switchable traction control system and dual-channel ABS.
Price & Variants
The Triumph Street Triple RS is available in a single variant. The Triumph Street Triple RS price (as of early-2020) is ₹11.13 lakh for the Standard variant (ex-showroom, Delhi). For the variant wise Triumph Street Triple RS on-road prices, visit our prices section.
Triumph Street Triple RS  News
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