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Triumph Classic 

General Information:

Triumph is a British motorcycle manufacturing company, which is known to manufacture bikes that give a unique riding sensation, desired by every red-blooded rider. They design bikes which use new technologies and adorn a traditional look. In India, Triumph produces five different series of bikes, of which the classic series is the post popular. This series consists of three mega brands of Triumph - Bonneville, Bonneville T100 and Thruxton. While the Bonneville has a stylish traditional look, the Thruxton is modern enough to match today’s lifestyle.

Design:

  • Triumph designs each and every product differently in order to make them stand out of the crowd
  • The Triumph Thruxton is born out of the 60’s, and is a homologated catharsis version of an old Bonneville. It is the only “Cafe racer” model in Triumph’s line-up.
  • The Bonneville is the most iconic and legendry bike sold by the British manufacturer, and features a retro styling amalgamated with new generation computer controlled machinery
  • The Bonneville T100 is an updated version of the Bonneville, with the only difference being their dress up. The T100 gets an additional bunch of shiny chronic parts and a two tone paint, which gives a feeling of the early 60’s
  • A striped down and retro image does make it resemble to the Enfields present in abundance, thus affecting the bike’s road presence negatively 

Power & Performance:

Despite being legendry and heavy motorcycles, the Triumph Classic series do not lack in available grunts, and can enthusiastically tackle every flick of the right wrist. 

Parameter

Bonneville

Bonneville T100

Thruxton

Displacement

865 cc

865 cc

865 cc

Power

67 hp

67 hp

68 hp

Torque

68 Nm

68 Nm

69 Nm

Transmission

5-Speed

5-Speed

5-Speed

Acceleration (0-60 kmph)

5.25 seconds

5.0 seconds

4.9 seconds

Fuel Economy (kmpl)

18 kmpl

18 kmpl

16 kmpl

Braking & Handling: 

  • Designed as retro motorcycles, it is astonishing to see the way the Classic motorcycles from Triumph handle Indian conditions
  • Both Bonneville bikes offer a relatively modest riding posture, that is a boon for longer rides
  • The top-spec Thruxton on the other hand gets lower set handlebars and rear positioned foot pegs that provide an aggressive stance
  • Disc brakes at the front and rear provide enough bite, but lack feedback while braking, and the wheels do tend to lock-up fairly easily

What to Opt For

  • Expensive bikes like those from the Classic series require an Anti-theft package to handle probable losses
  • Owing to a larger engine block, a zero depreciation cover might come in handy during repairs and maintenance
  • A comprehensive cover can further enhance your ‘Classic’ ownership experience