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Jan 10

Posts: 3416

Beelady says:

Pro's and con's, please.

Local Triumph dealer is doing 0% finance, so I'm tempted to go and have a look.

I'd like opinions on buying a new bike, instead of a used one. There may be points I've overlooked so any comments are welcome.

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Jan 12

Posts: 404


sounds like exciting times for u, hunting for the right bike :smile i do hope u find what ur looking for all u can do is try and sit on as many different bikes as u can and test ride them too,:biggrin: i must admit i do like the street tripple too they are a lovely looking bike and come in different colours too:-) and boy they do have some power behind them thats what i got told anyway when i was looking for my bike  :winkie: good luck with ur search do let us know what u decide :biggrin:

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Aug 09

Posts: 138

gingerB says:


Have u thought about the Kawasaki er6 -they brought out new model this year so prob still some new 2011's about.  They great bikes (i am biased cause I got new one in 2010) and they low seat and cheap to run - just got 7000 out of the tyres it came with and could have got more if I hadn't squared them off so much in my newbie stage. :biggrin::biggrin:

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Sep 06

Posts: 8579

fuzzrr says:


Cons............. Massive depreciation. More cons.......... It's a Triumph! :huh:

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