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Triumph launches ‘approved pre-owned’ programme

Triumph has launched its own approved pre-owned motorcycles programme. The scheme will be run through the dealer network and is designed to give riders increased confidence when buying a used bike.

As part of the programme, each motorcycle is put through a multi-point inspection by a qualified Triumph technician to ensure peace of mind. Alongside a full engine diagnosis, exhaust system examination and electrical inspection, technicians undertake a comprehensive frame, suspension, steering, final drive, wheel, brakes and tyre check before road testing the vehicle.

All motorcycles available through the programme will be Triumph models under five years of age from first registration and will have completed no more than 25,000 miles. Any service required within 1000 miles or 3 months will be completed, along with a multi-point inspection and all rectification work carried out as required. All Approved pre-owned motorcycles will also have a full service history recorded on Warranty-On-Line.

Paul Lilly, general manager of Triumph UK and Ireland, commented: “After undertaking considerable market research, we found the majority of riders looking to purchase a used model were often put off by the perceived risk of hidden mechanical issues.

“With a comprehensive multi-point inspection, Approved Triumph Pre-Owned Motorcycles ensures that each bike has undergone a thorough performance, quality and safety check by a qualified technician. We’re confident that each model approved by the scheme will perform like a factory-fresh bike for its new owner for complete peace of mind.”

Triumph, Britain’s largest motorcycle manufacturer, builds about 60,000 bikes per year and has more than 750 dealers across the world.

www.triumphapproved.co.uk

 

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