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2012 Triumph Bonneville
The Bonneville. Say no more.
The most famous name in motorcycling. A legend. Over 50 years of engineering excellence. A thoroughly modern interpretation of the authentic 'proper' motorcycle. This iconic symbol of rebellion and independence is even more appealing now thanks to its modern specification, low seat, clean fuel-injected 865cc engine and lightweight 17 inch alloys for even sharper handling. Stirs the heart, not the wallet.
The name and look may be traditional, but dont for one second think that the Bonneville is old-fashioned.
At the heart is a modern 865cc parallel-twin engine thats fuel-injected for easy starting, sweet running and compliance to even the strictest modern emissions regulations. Youll have to look twice though, as traditional carburettor bodies are used to disguise the throttle bodies.
Keeping it all in check is a modern chassis that provides sweet handling and stunning agility, thanks in no small part to those 17 alloy wheels, while the low seat height makes the Bonneville manageable and unintimidating for riders of all ages and experience.
A wide range of accessories are also available for the Bonneville, allowing riders to personalise the Bonneville to meet their specific needs.
Bonneville. Reinvented. Timeless, classic looks.
865cc air-cooled DOHC parallel twin 360 degree firing interval. Bags of character.
Low centre of gravity. Accessible low 29.1 inch seat height. 17 inch alloy wheels all make for great easy handling.
Authentic and stylish megaphone silencers recall an era of gentlemen racers.