Buyer’s Guide: Triumph Street Triple — Road Tests: Used — Visordown

14 Фев 2015 | Author: | Комментарии к записи Buyer’s Guide: Triumph Street Triple — Road Tests: Used — Visordown отключены
Triumph Street Triple 675

Buyer’s Guide: Triumph Triple

Many Striples 40 mpg, but economy ranges 33 to 50+. Click to enlarge.

a crescendo of excited rumours and a of design mockups and spy shots, the Triple was launched in late Marrying a version of the 675cc from the Daytona with the of the Speed Triple, the Street was a smaller, lighter, nimbler we say it, more real-world version of the hooligan streetfighter. The icing on the was launch pricing of just

The formula proved an instant there was an initial waiting stretching months. The Street kept up the performance and has been best-selling model for the past years, and the manufacturer has shipped 50,000 units globally.

The standard Street Triple 107 bhp, good for 140 mph, and 51 of torque over four-fifths of the available as low as 3,500 rpm. plenty of oomph across the rev and a perfectly balanced chassis and 167 kg making it eager and flickable, it was as one of the best bikes of the year.

An R was launched in 2008, featuring adjustable suspension and uprated what was lacking in the standard vis-à-vis the Daytona — and a different riding position to Magura bars, besides matt paint schemes.

The new-look ‘insect eye’ of the 2011 Speed Triple also taken up by the 2011 Triple, and despite a universal from the public, found its way on the Street Triple the following as well as the subsequent R version.

smoother and more refined, if in-your-face than the originals, the Streets remain the benchmark for nakeds that get your splashing about.

Visordown survey

Seventy-two owners in our survey; we thank them for input. Collectively they’ve over half a million on their Street Triples, and distilled their reported to bring you the vital information on popular Triumph.

A significant proportion of owners, have the 2012 model, the 2010 model being the most quoted (14.3%). The R is more popular than the with 60% of owners opting for it.

The (63.4%) of our sample bought Street Triples brand and a further 10% bought bikes less than 1,000 on the clock. But they’ve been up the miles rapidly, with than 30% of the bikes now sporting 10,000 and 30,000 miles on odos; one respondent can’t to get off his/her bike, having up over 50K miles.


Triumph Street Triple 675

Street Triples off the assembly lines wearing Diablo Rosso Corsas, are retained on 42% of respondents’ bikes, with the odd Strada or Supercorsa. The common aftermarket tyres are Michelin (Pilot Road Pilot Power, Power Dunlop (Roadsmart, Sportsmart, and Bridgestone (Battlax, S20).


Striples seem to about 40 mpg, give or a bit varying on owners’ enthusiasm the throttle. 26% of surveyed machines that precise figure, about 11% of respondents each got 37, 42 and 45 mpg their bikes. About 4% get more than 50 mpg.

The adjacent graph shows the per gallon breakdowns according to our

Fit and finish

Triumphs are generally and the Speed Triple is no exception; an 97% of respondents said that were happy with its fit and the only significant complaint was the R’s matt paintwork, an owner saying it chipped, and stained too easily. That’s not to say the Triple is a perfect motorcycle; you can about its issues on the next of this guide.

Read about the bike’s improvements and accessories, servicing, prices and owner opinions on 2/2 of the Triumph Street Triple guide .

Triumph Street Triple 675

Interesting articles

Other articles of the category "Triumph":

Our partners
Follow us
Contact us
Our contacts

Born in the USSR


About this site

For all questions about advertising, please contact listed on the site.

Motorcycles catalog with specifications, pictures, ratings, reviews and discusssions about Motorcycles.