Triumph Motorcycles India’s Mumbai dealership, Shaman Triumph, has announced heavy discounts on unregistered demo bikes. Apart from a Bonneville T100, all vehicles available at discounted prices are MY2018 or MY2019 models.
Check out the discounted on-road prices vs cost for the new bikes (ex-showroom) in the table below:
|Model||Discounted Price (On-road)||Price For New Bikes (Ex-Showroom)|
|Tiger XCX (MY2018)||INR 12,50,000||INR 14,03,500|
|Tiger XRX (MY2018)||INR 12,00,000||INR 13,39,300|
|Bonneville T120 (MY2018)||INR 9,50,000||INR 9,97,600|
|Bonneville Speed Master (MY2018)||INR 10,50,000||INR 11,33,700|
|Street Scrambler (MY2019)||INR 10,50,000||INR 8,55,000|
|Bonneville Street Twin (MY2019)||INR 8,40,000||INR 7,45,000|
|Street Triple S (MY2018)||INR 8,50,000||INR 9,19,500|
|Street Triple RS (MY2018)||INR 11,25,000||INR 11,13,000|
|Bonneville T100 (MY2018)||INR 9,50,000||INR 8,87,400|
|Bonneville T100 (MY2017)||INR 7,50,000||INR 8,87,400|
Do note that the prices mentioned in the extreme right corner of the table above are ex-showroom Delhi costs excluding charges like registration fees, insurance and other taxes. The prices in the centre column include all the charges and taxes. The details about the mileage, colour available, model year, down payment and EMIs are listed in the image at the end of this post. Triumph Motorcycles Mumbai has not mentioned the last date to avail the discounts and thus the offer will be valid till stock lasts.
Regular readers would know that Triumph dealerships in Delhi and Jaipur had announced similar discounts on old stock and test ride vehicles. All Triumph Motorcycles dealerships are clearing the stock before the BS-VI compliant models start to roll into the Indian market in December. Shoeb Farooq, General Manager of the Triumph Motorcycles' Indian subsidiary, confirmed in an interview that the company would liquidate all BS-IV models by March 2020.
Triumph Motorcycles is also offering discounts and free accessories with select models. Last month, the Indian arm of the British two-wheeler brand had announced low EMI and free panniers with the Tiger 800XR, 800XRx and 800XCx. The company had also announced customisation worth INR 1 lakh with the Bonneville Bobber.
Triumph Motorcycles expanded its Indian portfolio with the launch of the Scrambler 1200 XC at INR 10.73 lakh (ex-showroom PAN India) in May this year.