The 2023 Street Triple 765 RS and Street Triple 765 R are already listed on Triumph Motorcycles India’s website before they are even released in our market. The website includes a list of all the details and available colours for the versions headed for India. Additionally, customers can further customise the motorcycles using the online configurator.
– To be sold in two variants (RS and R)
– Moto2 edition is not likely to arrive in India
– India launch to happen in March 2023
In the Indian market, the most recent iteration of the Street Triple 765 range will be offered in two variants: R and RS. The limited-edition Moto2 model won’t be available in our market until later. The twin-pod LED headlight for the 2023 Street Triple 765 range has a sharper design that was influenced by the most recent Speed Triple 1200 RS. Additionally, the 2023 Street Triple 765 range receives radiator cowls, a 15-liter fuel tank, a gullwing swingarm, and an aggressive bodywork design.
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The RS variant also has an interchangeable pillion seat and lower chain guard, as well as a belly pan and pillion seat cowl that are body colour. The India-bound Street Triple 765 R will come in two colour options: Silver Ice and Crystal White, just like the international models. Additionally, the Street Triple 765 RS will be sold in India in its entire colour palette. These colour schemes include Cosmic Yellow, Carnival Red, and Silver Ice.
The 2023 Triumph Street Triple 765 range receives mechanical improvements in addition to styling changes. The 765cc, inline-three-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine from the Street Triple 765 range is still present, but it now produces more power. On the Street Triple 765 R, this engine is calibrated to produce 80Nm of maximum torque at 9,500 rpm and 118.4 bhp at 11,500 rpm. The performance-spec RS model uses the same engine to generate 128.2 bhp at 12,000 rpm and 80 Nm at 9,500 rpm.
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Full-LED lighting, cornering ABS, a lean-sensitive traction control system, linked braking, wheelie control, and a bidirectional quick-shifter are among the features offered across the 2023 Street Triple lineup. A lap timer, cruise control, a five-inch TFT display, a Bluetooth module, and an additional ride mode are features of the more expensive RS variant (Road, Rain, Sport, Track, and Rider). In contrast, the base model has fewer features and comes with an LCD with a TFT display and four ride modes (Road, Rain, Sport, and Rider).
Along with better features, the RS variant also has more advanced suspension and braking systems. For instance, Showa-sourced 41mm upside-down Big Piston Forks (BPF) and an Ohlins STX40 piggyback reservoir mono-shock handle the suspension duties on the RS variant. The braking system on the RS version also includes a 220mm rear disc and twin 310mm floating discs with Brembo Stylema four-piston radial monobloc callipers at the front. Showa 41mm Separate Function Forks and a Showa piggyback reservoir mono-shock are included in the base model, in contrast. The R variant’s braking system consists of a 220mm rear disc and twin 310mm front discs with a Brembo M4.32 four-piston radial calliper.
The Indian website lists a variety of accessories, such as scrolling LED turn indicators, heated grips, crash guards, engine cover protectors, paddock stand bobbins, tail tidy, fly screen, tank bag, and tail pack. Over 40 accessories will be available for these motorcycles from the British two-wheeler manufacturer’s Indian division in total.
The base model should cost between Rs 9.5 and Rs 10 lakh, while the more expensive RS might sell for between Rs 11.50 and Rs 12 lakh. According to earlier reports, the motorcycles will debut in March 2023 on the Indian market. The deliveries are anticipated to start in April 2023. In the Indian market, the updated 2023 Triumph Street Triple lineup will compete with models like the DucatiMonster, Ducati Streetfighter V2, BMW F900R, and Kawasaki Z900.