Triumph Motorcycle India’s Delhi-NCR dealership has announced massive discounts on select models in its inventory. The discount is available on models manufactured between 2016 and 2018.
According to a report from GaadiWaadi, One Triumph has listed over 30 pre-owned and demo vehicles for sale. The dealership is offering the Street Twin from INR 5 lakh while the Street Scrambler is available from INR 5.75 lakh. Check out the starting prices of the motorcycles in the table below:
|Model||Starting Price (ex-showroom Delhi)||Actual Price (ex-showroom Delhi)|
|Bonneville Bobber||INR 6.40 lakh||INR 10.08 lakh|
|Bonneville T100||INR 5.75 lakh||INR 8.70 lakh|
|Bonneville T120||INR 6.50 lakh||INR 9.78 lakh|
|Street Scrambler||INR 5.75 lakh||INR 8.55 lakh|
|Street Triple S||INR 6.00 lakh||-|
|Street Twin 900||INR 5.00 lakh||INR 9.46 lakh|
|Thruxton R||INR 5.50 lakh||INR 11.92 lakh|
|Tiger 800||INR 5.50 lakh||INR 11.76 lakh|
The prices mentioned above are ex-showroom (Delhi) and the buyers will have to pay additional charges such as registration and insurance, among others. The dealership is also offering a cash discount of up to 55%, 0% rate of interest and 100% finance on select models. The motorcycles are available in multiple colour options although you may have to hurry, as the discounted prices are available until June 30, 2019. Also, the stock available on offer is limited.
According to a report from last month, Triumph Motorcycles India plans to introduce BS-VI compliant models in our country from December 2019. The company's General Manager, Shoeb Farooq, has said in an interview that the BS-VI compliant Triumph range would start arriving in India towards the end of 2019. Thus, the discounts offered by the Delhi-NCR dealership could be an exercise to clear the stock of old bikes before the new models start to arrive.
Farooq had stated that the Indian arm of the British two-wheeler marquee would have to ensure that all the BS-IV stock is liquidated by March 31, 2020. The company does not want to be in a situation where they are left with more than required stocks with themselves or the dealerships. The BS-VI emission norms, for reference, will come into effect from 1 April next year.
In more updates, Triumph Motorcycles India has expanded its product portfolio with the launch of the Scrambler 1200 XC at an ex-showroom price of INR 10.73 lakh.