In April 2023, Triumph Street Triple deliveries will begin to prospective customers who pay Rs 50,000 when they book the 2023 model.
A pre-order system has been opened by Triumph India ahead of the launch of the 2023 Triumph Street Triple in March 2023. It is possible for prospective customers to reserve the new Street Triple by paying a booking fee of Rs 50,000 at their nearest Triumph dealership. Deliveries of the 2023 Triumph Street Triple are expected to begin in April 2023, according to the manufacturer.
- A new design for the Triumph Street Triple will be introduced in 2023
- The new ABS and traction control systems come with cornering ABS and traction control
What’s New In The 2023 Triumph Street Triple?
The Street Triple range has been updated cosmetically and mechanically by Triumph. It’s important to keep in mind that only the Street Triple R and RS models will be available in India. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to get our hands on the limited-run Moto 2 Edition.
Beginning with the design, Triumph has made a few tweaks in order to make the bike look sharper and more aggressive. In addition to getting a new fly screen over its characteristic bug-eyed headlight, the fuel tank has been reduced from 17 liters to 15 liters; the fuel tank extensions have been reprofiled. The RS’s tail section is also slightly upswept in comparison to the R’s, so there are subtle tweaks there as well.
Engines for both models are 765cc, inline-triples with 120 horsepower in the R and 130 horsepower in the RS. The maximum torque has been increased to 80Nm across all variants.
In addition, Triumph has improved responsiveness and acceleration by making adjustments to the gearing and final drive. The Street Triple’s characteristic inline-triple sound is said to be accentuated by a new, freer-flowing exhaust. Moreover, all variants are equipped with an up-down quick shifter. A standard cornering ABS system and traction control are now standard across the range, and they can be customized to suit the individual rider’s preferences.
The R variant now has four Ride modes – Road, Rain, Sport, and Rider-configurable – as well as an enhanced Ride mode navigation system. A Track mode is available on the RS. A company statement states that the company has added dynamic throttle maps to the Road, Sport, and Track modes in order to increase responsiveness.
RS versions come with a 5.0-inch TFT display for setting up the electronics, while R versions come with a more basic Trident-style display. For suspension components, the R gets a 41mm USD Showa mono-shock and a 41mm USD Showa big piston fork, while the RS gets an Ohlins mono-shock and 41mm USD Showa fork.
Additionally, the Brembo Styles are only available on the RS, while the Brembo M4.32 calipers are only available on the R.
As soon as we ride the 2023 Triumph Street Triple in February, we will publish our first ride report.