Triumph has released Canadian pricing on its newest touring bike.
It seems Triumph has targeted mainly BMW with the 2013 Trophy SE by offering many features that were exclusive to the German company’s touring bikes.
This big-bore tourer features a torquey 1,215 cc triple-cylinder engine that produces 132 horsepower and 89 lb-ft of torque. The engine drives the rear wheel through a six-speed transmission and a shaft final drive.
Standard touring amenities include an electrically adjustable windscreen, cruise control, a Bluetooth-ready sound system with USB port and hard saddlebags. Heated seat and grips are optional.
Electronically adjustable suspension can be set to one of three damping modes — comfort, normal and sport — and can also be adjusted for preload. Traction control is also part of the standard features, as are linked ABS brakes.
It will be available beginning in January, in either blue or silver, with a starting price of $19,999. A two-year warranty is standard.