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Triumph Offers Fall Touring Special

Wednesday, November 5, 2008
The upright  standard riding position of the Tiger is very amenable to long stints in the saddle  making it a capable touring platform.
Triumph is offering a special fall touring promotion for its Sprint ST and Tiger models.
Triumph is offering no down payment and financing as low as 3.9%* on new, previously unregistered 2008 and prior year Sprint STs, Sprint ST ABS, Tiger 1050 and Tiger 1050 ABS models, or $800 on Triumph accessories or clothing now through December 31, 2008. These popular touring models offer unobstructed views during the fall color tour season or a fuel efficient alternative for daily commuting.

The Sprint ST represents the very essence of sports touring refinement. The 1050 engine is powerful yet smooth, making it a great choice to carve corners and enjoy long rides. Saddlebags are a standard feature that offer a generous amount of all-weather storage capacity, making the Sprint ST a very practical motorcycle.

The Tiger also offers top performance and superb comfort, and effortlessly adapts to a variety of riding styles. The Tiger has the same powerful and torquey 1050cc triple that holds its own on twisty mountain roads or in the urban sprawl. The commanding riding position, spacious seat, and agile suspension are designed to let the rider make the most out of every ride.

Touring is made easy with a variety of accessories for both the Sprint ST and the Tiger. Everything to make the excursion even more comfortable is available from Triumph, including taller windshields, gel seats, tank bags, tail packs and heated hand grips. Accessory mufflers or an Arrow exhaust system add additional horsepower and sound great.

Triumph apparel is designed to look great and be functional. Technical and casual jackets and pants are specially tailored to fit comfortably both on and off the bike. Leather garments are lined with a Sympatex membrane that breathe while protecting the rider from the elements.

The Sprint ST is available in Graphite, Pacific Blue and Tornado Red. The Tiger 1050 is available in Caspian Blue, Jet Black, Fusion White, and Blazing Orange.

Take advantage today of low financing or a great deal on clothing or accessories with this limited time offer.

*Offer valid through authorized U.S. Triumph dealers only. No down payment and 3.90% financing offer valid on new, previously unregistered 2008 and Prior Sprint ST, Sprint ST ABS, Tiger 1050 and Tiger 1050 ABS only, financed through FreedomRoad Financial (FRF), a division of Evergreen Bank Group. Annual Percentage Rate (APR) of 3.90% and no down payment available to qualified applicants only. Not all buyers will qualify and if approved may receive a higher rate, depending on credit score. Maximum term is 72 months. Payment Example: A 2008 Tiger 1050 with a purchase price of $11, 199, no down payment, a 72 month repayment term, and 3.90% APR results in monthly payments of $174.70. Your actual terms may vary. Tax, title, documentation, dealer prep, set-up, freight and other charges are not included, if included monthly payment amount will be higher. Other charges may apply. Subject to model availability and individual dealer participation. Subject to credit approval by FRF, not all applicants will qualify. Financing offer can change or be cancelled at anytime. See Dealer for details.

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Comments
Pete -sprint owner  November 6, 2008 12:34 PM
I agree the Sprint is perfect for the fall. It gives off too much heat from it's engine to drive in the summer. The seating position is a little too sporting for long drives, as the angle of the seat tends to slide you forward and brings your voice up a pitch or two. If Triumph finally decides to fix the few problems left, like making even higher handlebars, better air management to keep your legs from feeling like baked potatoes, headlights that can be adjusted by hand easily, this would be one fine motorcycle indeed! I owned mine for about 1 1/2 years now. I was so happy when it spent 4 weeks in the shop during July/August for very minor work. That way I wasn't tempted to ride it during the heat of summer. I just bought a second bike, an older cruiser, that will be my summer bike.