Triumph Announces U.S. Pricing for New Bonneville Models

Triumph Street Twin
Triumph Street Twin

Triumph Motorcycles announced the pricing of the new Bonneville range during the global Street Twin press ride on Tuesday. The five new models—Street Twin, Bonneville T120, Bonneville T120 Black, Thruxton and Thruxton R—were launched in London and then showcased for the first time at EICMA, Milan.

All five new Bonneville models have been developed from the ground-up and are powered by a new range of three Bonneville engines—a 900cc High Torque variant in the Street Twin, a 1200cc High Torque variant in the Bonneville T120 and Bonneville T120 Black and a High Power ‘Thruxton spec’ version in the Thruxton and Thruxton R. These are the first Bonnevilles to feature ABS, ride-by-wire throttle, traction control, liquid cooling, and, on the 1200cc models, twin disc braking on the front and rider modes. The new bikes are accompanied by the introduction of a new range of over 470 parts and accessories, along with a selection of ready-made inspiration kits, designed to enable every rider to easily truly personalize their bike.

The Street Twin, which features the 900cc High Torque Bonneville engine, offers an entry into the new range, and is available in Jet Black for $8,700 and in the remaining paint colors (Aluminum Silver, Cranberry Red, Matte Black and Phantom Black) for $8,950. The Street Twin has over 150 accessories and three inspiration kits that transform it into a stripped back Brat Tracker, a Scrambler for the street or a city-inspired Street Twin Urban.

The iconic style and character of the original 1959 model is reborn in the authentically detailed Bonneville T120 and given a twist of contemporary cool in the Bonneville T120 Black. Both were crafted to combine the capability and performance of a modern classic. The Bonneville T120 and T120 Black will be available in Jet Black for $11,500. The Bonneville T120 also comes in Cinder Red for $11,750 plus Cranberry Red & Aluminum Silver and Jet Black & Pure White paint duotones priced at $12,000. The Bonneville T120 Black model is offered in Matte Graphite for $11,750 as a second color option.

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  1. We need dealers. Having dealers/warranty/service shops only in major cities is unproductive. Not only are potential customers denied access to fine products, we are denied qualified service in as much as it costs a bundle to take ones bike to a major centre.

  2. Triumph needs to work very hard on revamping thier whole operation in America if they want to stay in the game. I’ve been aTriupmh owner for 13 years. Thier lack of dealerships along with thier sluggish and expensive parts distribution really discourages repeated sales.


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