Triumph will update their very popular middleweight streetfighter- the Street Triple in 2017. The bike gets improved looks and a more powerful engine, and that’s just touching the surface. It will be available in 3 variants- S, R and RS, each with a different set of features and varied engine tune.
Let’s check out the bike in details:
2017 Triumph Street Triple variants and price
The new Street Triple is available in 3 variants. Prices start at $9,900 in the USA while it is £8000 in the UK. Indian prices are not available yet.
|2017 Street Triple S||£8000|
|2017 Street Triple R||£8900|
|2017 Street Triple RS||£9900|
|2017 Street Triple S A2||£7700|
2017 Triumph Street Triple design, Colours
Triumph has made the new street triple much sharper. Signature dual bug-eyed headlamps have been retained with slight changes and its exhaust is also revamped. Overall the bike looks great and as always, Triumph has got the colour schemes perfect.
Street Triple S: Diablo Red or Phantom Black (Metallic)
Street Triple R: Jet Black (Gloss), Matt Aluminum Silver or Crystal White
Street Triple RS: Matt Silver Ice or Phantom Black (Metallic)
2017 Triumph Street Triple variant comparison- specs
The new bike gets a gull wing design aluminium swingarm for better stability. It comes with 220mm single disc with Brembo single-piston slide-pin caliper at the rear, ride-by-wire, ABS, traction control and drive modes as standard. However, the base S variant only gets Road and Rain modes while the mid variant adds a ‘sport’ mode. The top of the line RS variant gets a peppy ‘track’ mode which should be interesting.
S variant: LCD display, non-adjustable Showa 41mm inverted separate-function front fork, piggyback reservoir monoshock and 310mm front discs with twin-piston Nissin slide-mount calipers, Pirelli’s Diablo Rosso Corsa tires
R variant: Adjustable 5-inch TFT full-color instrument panel with navigation buttons, independently adjustable ABS and traction control (with off button), Pirelli’s Diablo Rosso Corsa tires, Showa 41mm inverted separate function Big Piston Fork with adjustable damping, adjustable Showa piggyback-reservoir-equipped shock and 310mm discs with Brembo M4.32 four-piston monoblock.
RS variant: Showa 41mm inverted BPF, rear Öhlins STX40 piggyback-reservoir-equipped shock, Brembo M50 monoblock four-piston radial-mounted calipers, quickshifter, and Diablo Supercorsa SP tires
2017 Triumph Street Triple engines
The new Triple gets a 765cc three-cylinder developed from the Daytona 675 and is tuned differently on each variant. The Speed Triple S can achieve 111HP @ 11,250rpm and 53.8 ft/lb @ 9,100 rpm while the ‘R’ variant is capable of 115HP @ 12,000 rpm and 56.8 ft/lb at 9,400 rpm. Obviously the top-spec variant get the most power, at 121 HP @ 11,700 rpm and 56.7 ft/lb at 10,800 rpm.
2017 Triumph Street Triple launch date
The new Triumph Street Triple will be available in the UK, US, and India. The base S variant should reach UK dealerships by as early as April 2017. Other variants may take a bit more time.
|New Street Triple launch in UK||April|
|New Street Triple launch in US||October|
|New Street Triple launch in India||2nd half-2017|