Trident bookings are cancellable till price announcement without any charges. Triumph has also lined up finance offers on the roadster…
Trident is surely an ambitious project for Triumph as it has hefty plans with the mid-sizer. In a latest development, the Brit has opened pre-bookings of the Trident 660 in India from today across all its dealerships.
The pre-booking amount is Rs 50,000 which is completely refundable till the official price is announced. This means that if you are not satisfied with the final retail tag of the roadster, you can get your complete amount back, without any deductions.
Triumph is also offering a special finance scheme in which customers can opt for an EMI of only Rs 9999. It must be noted that this is a limited period offer though.
Talking about its ex-showroom price, Triumph has cleared that Trident will be placed below the Street Twin (which costs Rs 7.45 Lac) and will be the most affordable motorcycle in the line-up.
Trident will be imported in India as a CKD (completely knocked down kits) probably from Thailand. It has been priced at 7195 pounds in the UK which translates to 7.10 Lac in INR. Taking all of this into consideration, we expect the eventual Indian price to be between Rs 6.75 lac to 7.10 Lac.
Trident is an all new motorcycle which is equipped with a 660cc triple cylinder engine which can churn 81 PS of peak power at 10,250 rpm and 64 Nm of max torque at 6250 rpm. That is not all – Triumph has hinted at two Adventure models based on this same platform, which will also definitely come to our market, when unveiled (more details).
It must be noted that Trident has nothing to do with the motorcycles and platforms that are under development in collaboration with Bajaj. The Bajaj-Triumph product is expected to be introduced in 2022 and it will be a much cheaper product.