Triumph announce autumn offers

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Triumph have announced offers across several models in their range available to customer until the end of December, including a £1200 personalisation contribution with the Triumph Explorer.

The personal contribution can be spent on Triumph clothing and accessories, or be used towards Triumph insurance and finance packages. Triumph have also extended its free aluminium pannier offer on all Explorer models.


If you’re looking for adventure with a little less horsepower Triumph are offering free factory-fitted expedition aluminium pannier kits on the Tiger 800 range, as well as a finance rate of 6.9%.

For those you looking for something a little more chilled out, Triumph’s Street Twin and Street Cup models are available via the TriStar finance option at a rate of 6.9%, and customers will also benefit from a £500 personalisation contribution.

We ran a Triumph Street Twin on our test fleet last year, even taking it off-road in the Spanish mountains! Find out how we got on: Triumph Street Twin long term test.

The offer runs until December 31 and is available at Triumph dealers nationwide.

New retro models from Triumph

If none of the above models and their respective offers tickle your fancy, you may want to hold onto your money for a little while, as this week Triumph unveiled two new 2018 models.

For fans of the Bobber there’s the new Bobber Black. Which, as you might have guessed, is essentially a Bobber but with a bit more black. The new model also comes with a 16 inch front wheel and dual front discs, larger diameter forks, LED headlight and cruise control. 

If you’re after a slightly more traditional retro then Triumph have you covered with the new Speedmaster. Powered by the same 1200cc engine as the Bobber and built around the same chassis, the Speedmaster has bags of classic cool, and is a touch more practical thanks to the pillion seat.

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Liam Marsden

By Liam Marsden

Former MCN Web Producer