Cut price Tigers
You can see the first up close pictures of Triumph's 2007 Tiger in the January 18 edition of MCN. And with a new bike looming that can mean bargains on used examples.
The Tiger is a very popular bike and the 2006 machine is still selling at list price, £6,999, but there are some good deals to be had on earlier bikes.
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This 2005 Tiger 955i is an ex-demonstrator and has covered just 500 miles but is up for just £5995 and still has a two-year warranty and panniers.
This 55-plate bike has been pre-registered but is actually brand new with 0 miles on the clock, but you can still save £849 at £6150.
This 2003 bike has done just under 8000 miles and is up for a bargain £4495 including a full set of luggage.
Still on 8000 miles, this older 1999 bike is up for a bargain £3795
If your budget is on the tight side this Tiger 900 is up for just £2995 with 20,000 miles on it. It comes with engine crash bars, heated grips, handguards and Givi rack.
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