This month sees the introduction of a few cosmetic tweaks across Triumph’s motorcycle range.
The £6,699 Bonneville SE gains restyled engine cooling fins, a tank badge in place of the previous logo and the option of an Imperial Purple / White colour scheme.
Two other bikes from the classic family also get new paintwork choices. For the Thruxton it’s Brooklands Green, while the Scrambler is now available in Matt Graphite. Both cost £7,099.
2013 Triumph Scrambler in Matt Graphite.
Updates to the America and Speedmaster cruisers include a different finish for the engine cooling fins and a more discreet oil pipe cooler. Buyers can now order the former in Sapphire Blue / White and the latter in Matt Black or Sapphire Blue / Jet Black.
A new addition to the Thunderbird cruiser colour palette is Caspian Blue / Phantom Black and, as with all two-tone paint finishes for this model, the treatment now extends to the front mudguard. Meanwhile, a Matt Graphite paint option has been made available for the Thunderbird Storm.
2013 Triumph Thunderbird in Caspian Blue / Phantom Black.
Improvements to the Daytona 675 comprise a quickshifter and billet levers, as well as a carbon fibre finish for the exhaust heat shield, cockpit surrounds and front mudguard. The £8,875 sports bike is now also offered in a vivid Sulphur Yellow paint finish, and this comes with matching pin striping around the wheels.
2013 Triumph Daytona 675 in Sulphur Yellow.
Last but not least, the £8,999 Speed Triple roadster gets the same Sulphur Yellow colour option, but no other changes.
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