2011 Triumph Street Triple 675 released

2011-street-triple-sTriumph Australia are set to release the updated 2011 675 Street Triple, and Street Triple R.

2011 Triumph Street Triple

Triumph have given the Street Triple and Street Triple R models a makeover for 2011, with a host of detail and visual improvements, including the adoption of the new headlight design of the big brother Speed Triple.

As well as the new headlights, the 675 Street Triples have been given a more contemporary look and higher quality feel through the adoption of several key components, with no increase in the retail price.

Mechanically the 2012 Street Triples remain unchanged, with the 675cc three-cylinder engines delivering 106PS at 11,700rpm, and  68Nm of torque at 9,200rpm.  Both the Street Triple and Street Triple R share the same frame which is derived from the Daytona 675 supersport machine, with the R version featuring higher-specification brakes and suspension.


For 2011 the Street has been ‘de-chromed’ with brushed steel exhaust headers, heel guards and silencers replacing the previous polished items, with new handlebar clamps, machined detail on the handlebar end weights and redesigned headstock infills..

The standard model also benefits from the same aluminium handlebars, as fitted to the Street Triple R, while both variants feature Triumph’s comprehensive latest specification instrument pack.

Both models feature new colour options and  graphics including the new style Triumph sports script on the tank , as debuted on the new Daytona 675R,  as well as a stylish new ‘Street Triple 675’ logo.

The standard Street Triple features three metallic paint options at no extra cost – Crystal White, Phantom Black and an eye-popping new Imperial Purple. The higher-spec ‘R’ model is available in Diablo Red, Crystal White and Phantom Black, with gold wheels.

The Street Triple, and Street Triple R  are on to be available early in April 2011, priced at $12490+ORC for the Standard Street Triple and $13490+ORC for the ‘R’ version, inclusive of Triumph’s two-year unlimited mileage warranty.




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