Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster has been launched in India at a price of Rs 11.11 lakh (ex-showroom). This extends the widely popular modern classic range and is Triumph's least expensive cruiser. The Speedmaster is based on the Triumph Bonneville Bobber, but comes with revised ergonomics, and gets standard cruise control which the Bonneville Bobber doesn't offer. Triumph hopes the Bonneville Speedmaster will appeal to a lot more enthusiasts than the Bonneville Bobber.
(Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster)
Triumph Speedmaster Engine Specifications
The Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster gets powered by a 1,200 cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine that churns out 76 bhp at 6,100 rpm, and produces 106 Nm of peak troque at 4,000 rpm. It also shares the chassis, swingarm and suspension with that of the Bonneville Bobber. In the brakes department, the Speedmaster gets twin 310 mm discs on the front wheel gripped by two-piston Brembo calipers, whereas the rear gets a single 255 mm disc with a Nissin caliper.
||1200 cc Liquid Cooled, Parallel Twin
||76 bhp @ 6100 rpm
||106 Nm @ 4000 rpm
||Road and Rain
Triumph Speedmaster Dimensions
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Trimph Speedmaster Competitors
The Bonneville Speedmaster is going to give a tough competition to the likes of the Harley-Davidson Street Bob, Kawasaki Z900RS, and even the Indian Scout Sixty, although the Scout Sixty is a full import and is a slightly more expensive proposition.