Triumph’s classic Bonneville SE (£6,699 OTR) is also getting a new Imperial Purple and white color option, which also sees the tank logo decal replaced with a badge. The engine cooling fins also enjoy new styling, adding to the retro look. Two other classic models benefit from new colour options, with the Thruxton (£7,099 OTR) offered in a classic Brooklands Green paint scheme, while the Scrambler (£7,099 OTR) will be available in a Matt Graphite coat.
Triumph’s award-winning Thunderbird cruiser is now available in Caspian Blue/Phantom Black and Marble Red Haze livery, while all the Thunderbird two-tone paint schemes will see this treatment extended to the front mudguards. The Thunderbird’s bigger brother, the Storm, gains a menacing Matt Graphite option. The Thunderbird is available starting price from £10,499 OTR, while the Storm is priced at £11,799 OTR.
The Speedmaster and America cruisers also get new colors, as well as revised engine cooling fins. The 2012 Triumph Speedmaster gets two new options, Matt Black and Sapphire Blue/Jet Black. Triumph is dropping the previously-announced Caribbean Blue/White version of the America and replacing it with a Sapphire Blue/White color. Both models come with starting price from £6,999 On Te Road.
Finally, the class-leading Triumph Speed Triple will also be available in Sulphur Yellow with OTR Price at £8,999 ($14,400).