The Bajaj Triumph mid-capacity bike will be available within an affordable price range.

Triumph Street Triple RS India
Triumph sells only the S and RS versions of the Street Triple in India

Triumph launched the Street Triple RS in India earlier this month at a price of Rs. 10.55 lakhs (ex-showroom) and at the sidelines of the launch event, Triumph boss, Vimal Sumbly, revealed some crucial details on the partnership with Bajaj and other future products.

First up, we know you’d want to hear on the Bajaj Triumph tie-up. Well, the British bike maker just revealed that the mid-capacity bike being developed will be an affordable offering. Vimal said “As of now, we have only declared a partnership with Bajaj, I can’t speak beyond a point on that. That is a partnership which will bring a mid-segment of motorcycles within an affordable price range. So, you will have a premium segment of motorcycles at an affordable price point.”

The Bonneville maker has something very exciting in store which will be revealed at the upcoming India Bike Week scheduled next month. So all you Triumph fans, keep a watch. The automaker is currently focused on growing its existing brands, for instance, the Thruxton R. While it is doing well in its segment, it is averaging 30-40 units per year and the company wants it to grow to 100 units.

Bajaj Triumph Mid-Capacity Bike

– The Bajaj Triumph mid-capacity bikes will be inexpensive
– The first motorcycle from the partnership is expected by 2020
– Triumph is planning to bring something exciting at the upcoming India Bike Week

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Bajaj announced a partnership with Triumph on 8th August 2017

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