Triumph introduces eight new limited-run Chrome Collection motorcycles in India

Triumph Motorcycles India has introduced Chrome limited-edition models of its Scrambler, Rocket, Bonneville, and Speed Twin 900 models in India. The Collection prices range from Rs 8.84 lakh for the Speed Twin 900 to Rs 21.40 lakh for the Rocket 3 GT.

By Reetika Bhatt | on October 26, 2022 Follow us on Autox Google News

The Chrome Collection prices range from ₹8.84 lakh for the Speed Twin 900 to ₹ 21.40 lakh for the Rocket 3 GT. Both figures are ex-showroom.

Eight new limited-edition bikes by Triumph Motorcycle India have been introduced in the market and they will only be available for a year. The Chrome Edition, which comprises the Bonneville Speedmaster, Bonneville Bobber, Bonneville T120, Bonneville T100, Rocket 3, Rocket 3 GT, Scrambler 900, and Speed Twin 900 draws inspiration from the traditional custom style. The limited-run bikes will be available at dealerships all around the world by late 2022 or early 2023. The Chrome Collection prices range from ₹8.84 lakh for the Speed Twin 900 to ₹21.40 lakh for the Rocket 3 GT. Both figures are ex-showroom.

Each model in the Triumph Collection features distinctive, hand-crafted chrome schemes and accessory kits specifically designed for the unique Chrome edition. So, let's quickly delve into the details of the new features offered by these special edition models. 

A chrome fuel tank with a Jet Black accent is incorporated into the Triumph Rocket 3 R Chrome Edition. Additionally, it sports several Jet Black-themed components like the side panels, fly screen, front mudguard, headlamp bowls, rear bodywork, and radiator cowls. The Rocket 3 R Chrome Edition is available in India for ₹20.80 lakh (ex-showroom).

Trumph Rocket 3R Chrome Edition

The Triumph Rocket 3 GT Chrome Edition receives a fuel tank that is also chrome-studded and has distinguishing Diablo Red embellishments. The limited-edition model also has Jet Black side panels, rear bodywork, radiator cowls, front mudguard, and fly screen. In the Indian market, it is priced at ₹21.40 lakh (ex-showroom).

The Triumph Bonneville T120 Chrome Edition has the familiar chrome tank but with Meriden Blue painted details that are influenced by vintage designs. The side panels, mudguards, and headlamp bowl all have Classic Jet Black finishes. The bike is available for ₹11.89 lakh (ex-showroom).

The Triumph Bonneville Bobber Chrome Edition also has a chrome fuel tank. Moreover, the fuel tank features a Jet Black painted overlay with Triumph triangle badging. The Jet Black colour scheme is also prominent on the side panels as well as the mudguards. In India, it costs ₹12.85 lakh (ex-showroom).

Triumph Bonneville Bobber Chrome Edition

Just like the Bonneville Bobber Chrome Edition, the Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster Chrome Edition also comes with a price tag of ₹12.85 lakh (ex-showroom). The motorcycle has a chrome tank with bold Diablo Red Surrounds, while the mudguards, side panels, and headlight bowl are Jet Black.

The Triumph Bonneville T100 Chrome Edition in the Bonneville lineup has been priced at ₹10.04 lakh (ex-showroom). The fuel tank is Cobalt Blue with a Chrome Edition metal stripe. The Jet Black mudguards and side panels contrast with the classic chrome badges and fuel filler cap.

Triumph Scrambler 900 Chrome Edition is available in Brooklands Green with Classic Jet Black tank stripes. Additionally, it gets Triumph triangle tank badging with chrome accents and metal knee pad infills from the Chrome Edition. The mudguards, side panels, and frame cowl are identical to those on every Chrome Edition and boast a price of ₹9.94 lakh (ex-showroom).

Triumph Scrambler 900 Chrome Edition

Last but not the least, the Triumph Speed Twin 900 Chrome Edition comes with Red Hopper paint, Chrome Edition metal knee pad infills, a Jet Black tank stripe, Triumph triangle tank badging, and metal details. The bike comprises side panels and mudguards with new red and silver logo graphics that contrast with the Jet Black theme. It is available for ₹8.84 lakh (ex-showroom).

Also read:

Triumph Bonneville T120 Black Review: First Ride

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