Triumph Launches Limited-edition ‘Gold Line’ Range of Modern Classics
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Triumph Launches Limited-edition ‘Gold Line’ Range of Modern Classics



Triumph Launches Limited-edition price in india

Triumph has ended the calendar year of 2021 by launching a range of limited-edition versions of all of its offerings in the modern classic lineup and for the Rocket 3 power-cruiser. These limited-edition models are adorned with a few cosmetic touches, making them more exclusive over the regular models they are based on.

‘Gold Line’ Edition

The Gold Line range has been introduced for a range of modern classic roadsters and cruisers from Triumph. As the name suggests, the Gold Line range comes with prominent gold-coloured highlights on the motorcycles, thus adding a touch of exclusivity. In addition to these golden highlights, these special edition motorcycles also come with exclusive paint schemes.

The Gold Line versions of Bonneville T100 and Bonneville T120 come with a special silver and green colour combination with golden-finish 3D logos on the fuel tank, ‘Gold Line’ logo on the top of the fuel tank and hand-painted golden stripes on the side body cowls. These golden highlights are also present on the Bonneville T120 Black, however, it retains its original paint scheme of black with all cycle parts finished in black too.

The Bonneville Bobber and Speedmaster come with golden coloured logos on the fuel tank and side body cowls, the ‘Gold Line’ logo on the top of the fuel tank and golden coloured stripes bordering the side body cowls and the side edges of the central stripe running on the fuel tank. The Bonneville Bobber Gold Line is available in an exclusive shade of Carnival Red with a blacked-out engine and other cycle parts, whereas the Speedmaster Gold Line is available in a single shade of Silver Ice.

The Street Scrambler is also offered with a Gold Line version, with golden touches on the Triumph logo on the fuel tank, surrounds of knee recesses and central stripe running in the middle of the fuel tank. The Street Scrambler Gold Line is available in Matt Pacific Blue paint scheme with blacked out cycle parts.

All these limited edition ‘Gold Line’ variants are priced Rs 30,000-35,000 more than their respective standard versions. The complete price list of all the Gold Line models is as follows:

  • Triumph Sreet Scrambler Gold Line – Rs 9,95,000
  • Triumph Bonneville T100 Gold Line – Rs 10,09,000
  • Triumph Bonneville T120 Gold Line – Rs 11,79,000
  • Triumph Bonneville T120 Black Gold Line – Rs 11,79,000
  • Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster Gold Line – Rs 12,75,000
  • Triumph Bonneville Bobber Gold Line – Rs 12,75,000

(all prices ex-showroom, India) 

EC1 Edition

Triumph ec1 price in india

The most affordable motorcycle in the lineup of modern classics, the Street Twin, is now also available with an EC1 Special Edition model. The new Triumph Street Twin EC1 is a limited-run model, which comes with a series of cosmetic changes over the regular model.

The new Triumph Street Twin EC1 model comes with a special matt silver paint scheme with blacked-out cycle parts. The fuel tank of the motorcycle has been adorned with Triumph’s symbolic logo which is inspired by the Union Jack. The fuel tank also comes with a special ‘EC1’ logo, depicting the vibrant motorcycling culture of East London.

The new Triumph Street Twin EC1 Limited Edition has been priced at Rs 8,85,000 (ex-showroom, India), thus making it Rs 60,000 more expensive than the regular model.

221 Edition

Triumph 221 Edition price in india

The sole power cruiser in Triumph’s lineup, the Rocket 3, is available with an exclusive ‘221 Edition’. This limited edition comes exclusively in a unique shade of red for both the variants of Rocket 3, the Rocket 3 R and the Rocket 3 GT.

The Triumph Rocket 3 221 Edition comes with bold looking ‘221’ graphics on the knee recesses of the fuel tank, which signify the 221 Nm of peak torque output that the Rocket 2 produces. In addition to this, the edition also comes with engine displacement, power, torque, bore, stroke and the name of the factory where the motorcycle is made, imprinted on the top of the fuel tank.

The Triumph Rocket 3 is powered by a 2458cc inline-three engine, which is regarded as the biggest engine in a production-spec motorcycle meant for legal use on public roads. This engine makes 167 PS of maximum power and 221 Nm of peak torque output.

While the Rocket 3 R 221 Edition is priced at Rs 20.80 lakh, the Rocket 3 GT with more touring-specific add-ons comes at Rs 21.40 lakh (both prices ex-showroom, India).

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