Until the March 31st the British brand Triumph has launched a promotion for customers who purchase a Triumph Tiger 800 or one Triumph Street Triple in standard version or R version can be taken home equipped with a multitude of gift accessories.
To start with, the asphalt trail Triumph Tiger 800 You receive a special kit to improve your road capabilities. Thus, and maintaining the price it had to date, 8,595 euros, it incorporates a 36-liter rear trunk, a luggage rack, heated grips, an adjustable height screen and a passenger backrest. The price of all these accessories are valued at almost 1,000 euros.
For its part, Triumph Street Triple (which we tested barely a month ago) and Triumph Street Triple R They also incorporate details, in this case aesthetics (or sweets as I like to say) valued at more than 600 euros.
All these accessories will be painted in the color of the motorcycle and will increase the aggressiveness of the motorcycle: screen, keel and radiator protector. The new prices remain unchanged, being € 7,395 for the standard and € 8,495 for the Triumph Street Triple R.
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