Triumph Motorcycles has launched its 2021 Bonneville range in the Indian market with a price ranging between Rs. 7.95 lakh and Rs. 11.75 lakh.
The iconic British premium bike maker revealed five different bike models, such as the Bonneville T100, T120, T120 Black, Street Twin, and Speedmaster. The Bonneville Street Twin and Bonneville T120 are made available in two variants.
|Triumph Bonneville Model||Price (exshowroom, India)|
|Street Twin||Rs. 7,95,000|
|Street Twin Gold Line||Rs. 8,25,000|
|Bonneville T100||Rs. 9,29,000|
|Bonneville T120||Rs. 10,65,000|
|Bonneville T120 Black||Rs. 10,65,000|
|Bonneville Speedmaster||Rs. 11,75,000|
Triumph Bonneville Street Twin
The 2021 Bonneville Street Twin model shares the same body as its predecessor. It comes with subtle cosmetic updates like throttle body covers, a brushed aluminium headlamp bracket, a new finned-head, header clamps, and redesigned thick foamed seat.
Besides, the bike gets a mesh insert on side panels, which is likely to be borrowed by Speed Twin. British two-wheeler brand includes machine-finished alloy wheels in Street Twin to give it a premium look.
Triumph Bonneville Street Twin Gold Line
The 2021 Bonneville Street Twin is also introduced in a new variant – Gold Line. This variant’s production is limited to 1,000 units globally, while we see only 30 units of it entering the Indian market.
To speak about features, the Street Twin Gold Line is identical to the standard bike. However, it comes with a unique Matt Sapphire Black paint scheme with the knee recesses on the tank area coated in white.
Additionally, the bike gets a new side panel with a gold pinstripe on the machined wheels, a custom Street Twin logo, and a Triumph heritage logo.
Triumph Bonneville T100
The all-new Bonneville T100 comes with minor updates like Euro 5 (BS6) compliant engine, new wheels, suspension, lighter clutch, lighter crankshaft, etc. Its 900cc twin-cylinder engine produces 10hp more than its predecessor by generating 65hp at 7,400rpm.
Triumph Bonneville T120
The 2021 Bonneville T120 and T120 Black come with subtle cosmetic changes. The T120 gets all-new aluminium wheel rims that have reduced its weight by 7kg, a higher-specification Brembo front brake, and the company’s latest-generation ABS.
Triumph Bonneville T120 Black
The T120 Black is based on the T120 but features an all-black style. The engine cases, exhaust system, wheels, mirror housings are Black in colour. Both T120 and T120 Black benefit from an updated 1,200cc twin-cylinder, which is Euro 5 (BS6) compliant.
Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster
The Triumph Speedmaster is the most expensive Bonneville model. Here, the bike’s 1,200cc twin-cylinder engine is more responsive than the standard ones. It runs a higher specification fork, known to enhance rider comfort. You can also buy this Speedmaster in new colour options.