Huge Discount On Unsold Triumph Bikes In NCR; Street Twin For Rs. 4.99 Lakh Only

Triumph Delhi-NCR dealer is offering huge discounts on a limited stock; read on to know more about it

Triumph Motorcycles Delhi-NCR dealer is offering huge discounts on selected models. For the motorcycles of the model year 2016 and 2017, One Triumph (Dealer) is providing shocking discounts at the Delhi and Gurgaon showrooms and here we have a complete rundown of which models getting benefitted the most. It is worth noting that 2016 MY versions coming under this new scheme have not done any miles on the clock and they are yet unregistered.

The highly popular Street Twin costs from Rs. 5 lakh onwards while the Street Triple S has its prices starting from Rs. 6 lakh and the Street Scrambler is another attractive proposition from Rs. 5.75 lakh onwards. The Bonneville range comprising of Bobber, T100 and T120 is quoted from Rs. 6.40 lakh, Rs. 5.75 lakh and Rs. 6.50 lakh onwards respectively in India (all prices, ex-showroom).

For reference, the brand new Bonneville T120 carries a price tag of Rs. 9.78 lakh, T100 at Rs. 8.70 lakh and Bobber at Rs. 10.08 lakh. The least expensive Street Twin costs Rs. 9.46 lakh and Street Scrambler at Rs. 8.55 lakh making the discount scheme highly attractive even for pre-owned/demo models of the previous MY versions.

The huge discounts apply to all the colour variants as cash discount of up to 55 per cent on select models is accompanied by zero per cent rate of interest and 100 per cent finance on select new bikes. It is to be understood that the offers last for limited stock only and is valid until June 30 while the applicable taxes will be separate.

The 30 motorcycles coming under the discount scheme are either pre-owned or used for demonstration purposes. The Triumph Tiger 800 with a discount of Rs. 5.50 lakh is as similar to what the Thruxton R costs and in normal case the latest versions of both the motorcycles are priced from Rs. 11.76 lakh and Rs. 11.92 lakh onwards respectively (ex-showroom prices).

Triumph will be revealing the Scrambler 1200 XC tomorrow in India and it will compete against Ducati Scrambler 1100. It uses a 1200 cc, parallel-twin engine derived from the Thruxton R producing 88 bhp and 110 Nm of peak torque and is mated to a six-speed transmission.

(The above scheme and discount is offered by Delhi-NCR Triumph dealer (One Triumph) on the unsold stock of 2016 to 2018 only).