To boost the demand during this time of crisis, Triumph Motorcycles India will pay the first three EMIs for customers who opt for the Boneville range. This offer also includes the more affordable Street Twin
Although car and bike-makers gradually resuming operations and dealerships are opening again, the overall vehicle buying sentiment is at an all-time low. Automobile manufacturers started different schemes and offers to stimulate demand. Through their official social media handles, Triumph Motorcycles India has revealed that the company will cover new customers of its Bonneville range for the first three EMIs. The offer is available on the Street Twin, the Bonneville T100, Bonneville T120 and the Speedmaster, and is valid only for the month of May. The Triumph Street Twin is priced at Rs 7.45 lakh, the T100 at Rs 8.87 lakh, T120 at Rs 9.98 lakh and the Speedmaster at Rs 11.34 lakh. All prices ex-showroom. While Triumph is the first premium bike-maker in India to announce such schemes, other manufacturers are likely to announce similar offers in the near future as well.
Aside from the Bonneville range, Triumph only has the recently launched 2020 Street Triple RS on sale in India. The company has already sold all the Rocket 3 motorcycles that were imported soon after its official lunch in December 2019 at the India Bike Week. The Hinckley-based motorcycle manufacturer is will bring in more units in the coming months, but expect them to be priced higher. Triumph popular ADV, the Tiger 800 too has been sold out for a while now, but the new-generation model, the Tiger 900 is expected to be launched in a few weeks’ time.
Speaking of upcoming launches, Ducati is expected to bring in the Panigale V2 as a replacement to the Panigale 959. Meanwhile, Kawasaki is sure to launch the 2020 Z650 later this month as well.