Changes to the 2021 Triumph Bonneville Bobber include an LED DRL, black engine casing and a larger fuel tank. It also comes fitted with a chunkier 16-inch front wheel with twin disc brakes
Almost a year after the BS6 emission norms came into force, Triumph has finally brought in the updated Bonneville Bobber. The UK-based bikemaker had already updated the rest of the Bonneville range over the past few months and now brought in the BS6 Bobber as well. The 2021 Bonneville Bobber is now priced starting at Rs 11.75 lakh, which the same price as the Bonneville Speedmaster. In comparison to the outgoing model, however, the 2021 Bobber demands a hefty Rs 1.47 lakh more.
Just like before, the biggest draw for the 2021 Triumph Bonneville Bobber has to be its design. The low stance, wide handlebar and twin-barrel exhaust make it look unlike any other motorcycle in its range. The 2021 Bobber does sport some mild cosmetic updates like a new LED DRL, black powder coating for the engine casings and some minor tweaks to the instrument cluster. The motorcycle also comes fitted with a chunkier 16-inch wheel at the front which has been fitted with dual discs. There’s also a larger fuel tank, which should give it a longer riding range. Triumph has also fitted the Bonneville Bobber with fatter 47mm Show-sourced front forks.
Powering the 2021 Bobber is the same 1,200cc parallel-twin motor that has been updated to meet the new BS6 emission norms. In this refreshed avatar, it produces 76.9bhp and 106Nm. The motorcycle has the option of two riding modes – Road and Rain. Other features include adjustable traction control, torque-assist clutch, ABS and cruise control.
The Bonneville Bobber is now on sale in three colour options – Jet Black at Rs 11.75 lakh, Cardovan Red at Rs 11.88 lakh and Matte Strom Grey with Matte Ironstone at Rs 12.05 lakh. All prices ex-showroom.