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Triumph Announces Diwali Offers Of Up To INR2.8 Lakh

British two-wheeler manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles has announced a number of offers on its select range of bikes to observe the upcoming Diwali festivities. The offer includes additional warranty, free accessories and other benefits worth up to INR2.8 lakh. The bikes covered under the Diwali scheme are the Street Triple RS, Tiger 1200, Tiger 800 XR, and the Bonneville T100.

Triumph Announces Diwali Offers Of Up To INR2.8 Lakh

Speaking on the new festive offer, Triumph Motorcycles India general manager Shoeb Farooq said, the scheme has been designed with multiple options so that customers can choose according to their individual requirement. Besides the exchange and upgrade offers, the Diwali scheme include an adventure biking training course, he informed.

Buyers of the Triumph Tiger 1200 adventure-touring bike will be able to attend the training course at the company’s Adventure Experience centre in UK. The course has been designed to improve the rider’s overall motorcycling skills under global instructors. They will also be able to visit the Triumph factory at Hinckley.

Triumph is offering up to INR2.8 lakh in benefits for the Tiger 800 XR. Customers get a pannier set priced INR1 lakh, a INR1.5 lakh store voucher, and a two-year extended warranty.

The Hinckley-headquartered company, meanwhile, is planning to introduce an upgraded model of the Street Triple RS in January. The company, in a bid to clear the bike’s existing inventory, has announced benefits of up to INR1.59 lakh. It includes an Arrow silencer priced INR59,000 and a INR70,000 upgrade bonus. Customers can also choose from a store voucher and an Arrow silenced for INR1 lakh.

The Bonneville T100, as part of the Diwali offer, gets benefits of up to INR 1.75 lakh. It includes an equitable monthly installment (EMI) scheme of INR11,608 at zero percent interest for the first five years. That aside, customers can choose between a INR1.5 lakh exchange subvention, or INR1.75 lakh worth of store vouchers. The existing version of the Bonneville T100 comes with a BS-IV engine.

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