Have they announced the pricing yet? Don't remember seeing it.
Bythe way, this won't be Honda's only offering in the 100cc class.
I think this targets semi-urban/urban markets while they will have another rugged model specially for the rural markets (like the CD Dawn?).
For all you photo junkies. Here are the Triumph model range for India (from the Motoroids Article
The Triumph Bonneville/Bonneville SE @ Rs. 5.5L
A fuel injected 865cc motor with a peak power output of 68PS and torque of 68NM.
The Triumph Street Triple @Rs. 5.75L
Comes with a 675cc three-cylinder engine with a peak power of 106PS and torque of 68Nm.
Chassis is a derivative from the Daytona 675
Triumph Daytona 675 @ Rs. 7L
The 3 cylinder 675cc motor churns out 125 PS of power and 72 NM of torque.
"The bike can rev all the way to the moon and the peak power is developed at 12600 RPM."
Triumph Speed Triple @ Rs. 8L
The 1050cc three-cylinder engine pumps out 135 PS of power 111 Nm of torque.
Triumph also offers an ABS version.
The Triumph Tiger XC @ Rs. 11.4L
The three-cylinder engine translates into 79Nm of torque and 95PS of power.
Seems ideal for India, doesn't it
Triumph Storm @ Rs. 17L
1700cc engine with 98PS of power and 156Nm of torque
And finally, the Triumph Rocket III @ Rss. 22L
The 2,294cc three-cylinder engine delivers 221Nm of torque at just 2750rpm.
With that figure does it even matter how much the peak power is?