The Indian-wing of the British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles has had a successful run in India so far. The company now intends to launch four new motorcycles in the country next year. Triumph Motorcycles has reportedly earned decent sales and the brand is slowly gaining traction in India.
With plans to increase growth next year, the company will be launching its adventure bike, Tiger 1200 followed by Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster, and the lower spec’d Tiger 800. It will also launch the all-new 2018 Triumph Speed Triple towards the end of 2018. About 90 percent of the products will be assembled here in India. Triumph Motorcycles is also expanding its reach especially in Tier 2 cities and plans to generate more sales from these cities.
The Tiger 800 XR retails at Rs 10,87,000 and has a 800cc engine with maximum torque of 7,850rpm.
Triumph Bonneville T100 comes for Rs 7,98,000. The engine is a Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin and has a capacity of 900cc.
"Our target for next year is that 10-15 percent of our total sales should come from tier-II cities," Triumph Motorcycles India MD Vimal Sumbly told PTI.
The Indian wing of the company expects to end this year with sales of over 1,300 units and a growth of over 10-12 percent over 2016. "We are also increasing our dealer network. By March 2018, we will have 17 dealerships, up from 14 at present. The target is to have 20 by the end of next year," he added.
The Triumph Speed Triple range is all set to be launched in India. It sports a new triple engine with 104 new components, Switchable ABS, Billet machined handlebar clamps, Ride By Wire, Slip-Assist Clutch and much more.
The Daytona 675R is available at Rs 12,14,560 and features a Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder with a capacity of 675cc.
Triumph's motorcycle portfolio includes high end bikes such as the Rocket III, Speed Triple, Daytona 200, SuperSports Daytona 675R, Tiger 800 and the iconic Triumph Bonneville family. Triumph also has other models. It has been constantly adding new models to its India line-up.Read More