From June, Triumph's classic flagship, the Bonneville, will be available in an eye catching Imperial Purple/White colour scheme, which also sees the tank logo decal replaced with a badge. Engine cooling fins also get a makeover, adding to the retro look.
Two other classic models benefit from new colour options: the Thruxton will be offered in classic Brooklands Green; while the Scrambler will be available in a Matt Graphite.
The Speedmaster and America, Triumph's entry-level cruisers, both enjoy revised finishing detail on the engine cooling fins for improved aesthetics and a more discreet oil pipe cooler. The Speedmaster will come in two new colour options - Matt Black and Sapphire Blue/Jet Black, while its cousin the America drops the Caribbean Blue/White scheme in favour of a richer Sapphire Blue/White option. These options will come on line from June, as well as a new $14,490 Ride Away pricing deal, exclusive to these two models.
Later in 2012, the class-leading Speed Triple will also be available in Sulphur Yellow.
Marketing Manager for Triumph Australia Mal Jarrett commented
"Triumph's design team is constantly listening to customer feedback, and watching trends, to assess and re-evaluate the colour schemes across the range to reflect what today's riders want. We are looking forward to seeing the new range of colours and subtle changes in the country shortly".
For further information on Triumph's range, visit your local dealer or go to www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au