View Triumph Bikes in India. Total 9 Triumph Bikes available in India online. Triumph Bikes are available in Indian markets starting at Rs.6.83 lakh
. The lowest price model is Triumph Bonneville T100. Most popular Triumph Bikes is priced at Triumph Rocket III Roadster. The current top Triumph Bikes in India is Triumph Speed Master. The online price was last updated on 20 Aug, 2014 and is valid across Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune and Kolkotta for online purchases. Lowest online prices for Triumph Bikes are displayed below.
Long distance tour comes to your mind when you see a Triumph bike. Up comes a feel of
rebellion. Or is it Marlon Brando who pops up in your mind? Kenny Brown, James Dean, and
many more made best seem the best.
Triumph bikes are produced by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd., the largest motorcycle manufacturer
in United Kingdom, started by John Bloor in 1984. However, the original company, Triumph
Engineering, had been there since as old as 1902 and had been producing bikes since then.
Though the bikes had always been considered one of the best in the UK, but ever since the
Japanese bike makers entered the UK two wheeler market, Triumph bikes could not compete.
So, by 1984, building up of a new team of designers and engineers started under Bloor, gradually
moving on from research and development to new portfolio of bikes. By the year 2000, when
Triumph had almost rebuilt itself and had started exporting bikes, planning to set up plants
abroad, the iconic bike manufacturer faced a setback in the year 2002 when a fire broke out in
the factory premises and burnt most of it. Triumph had to rebuilt itself, however, the company
was quick to gain itself back again and by the year 2003 it had once again started expanding
itself. Some of the most popular bikes from Triumph world-wide are Triumph Thunderbird,
Trophy tourer, Daytona, Trident, TT600, Street Triple, Rocket III, Bonneville T100, etc. The
Indian range of Triumph bikes includes Bonneville, Tiger 800 XC, Street Triple, Speed Triple,
Daytona 675, Storm, and Rocket III Roadster.
Popular Triumph Bikes
Raw passion, rebellion, rich are terms people associate with the legendary Triumph bikes. These
bikes early in its stages were so popular that though these were being manufactured in UK,
people in USA pined for these equally. The popularity was not just so, there was more of a jones
for Triumph bikes. The name has been forever loved among the hard core riders, Triumph bikes
specially rose on popularity meter once Marlon Brando made it his supporting actor in “The
Wild One.” The company has not yet launched many bikes in India, though the portfolio that it
currently maintains has all the popular Triumph bikes. The current most popular Triumph bikes
can be listed as Triumph Speed Master, Triumph Daytona 675 R, Triumph Rocket III Roadster, Triumph Bonneville T100, Triumph Tiger Explorer 1000.
What, though, hinders the popularity of Triumph bikes is the lack of dealers, showrooms and
service centers in India.
Expensive Triumph Bikes
With the attitude that Triumph bikes bring you, the bikes are supposed to be expensive.
However, it is pretty surprising to customers of Triumph bikes that the bikes are not much
expensive and can in fact be called rather inexpensive as per what features come loaded in these
bikes. The most expensive Triumph bike come for Rs. 20.47 lakh
Triumph Rocket III Roadster.
Cheap Triumph Bikes
The current lowest prices Triumph bike comes for Rs.6.83 lakh
, Triumph Bonneville T100; if one can call this a cheap Triumph bike! Though one can rest assured that with the
features, looks, strength, fuel efficiency, etc., the Triumph bikes come with, these definitely are
pretty inexpensive bikes.
Top 5 Triumph Bikes
Top 5 Triumph bikes ever? The topper has to be Triumph Thunderbird! With bikes to whom
one tends to lose one's heart, deciding the top few could get tough. However, if we count the
Triumph bikes available in India, the top 5 could be the Triumph Speed Master, Triumph Daytona 675 R, Triumph Rocket III Roadster, Triumph Bonneville T100, Triumph Tiger Explorer 1000.