12 Triumph EXPLORER
Price: £6 417 ≈ $7957 ≈ €7294
Item location: Bigby, Lincolnshire, UK
|Features:||Heated Grips & Seat, Anti-Lock Brakes, Case/Topcase|
12 TRIUMPH TIGER EXPLORER
The Adventure Sports market continues to grow. Here we have the latest addition to this sector the critically acclaimed Explorer. This bike is a one owner bike in unmarked condition which benefits from Heated Grips. Panniers and Heated seat plus all the usual Explorer equipment.
Having had its first service carried out at 527 miles and recently at 4510 miles by Triumph West Yorkshire. With the balance of the manufactures warranty until 26/04/2014 it is taxed and ready to ride.
At £9695 this represents a significant saving on new hesitate and it will be gone.
DUE TO DEMAND VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
All our bikes are now advertised elsewhere so don't be disappointed if it is delisted!!!
All of our motorcycles are offered with a free comprehensive mechanical failure warranty for your peace of mind. See our web site for terms and conditions.
This motorcycle is HPI clear and will come with an up to date Service History.
All our bikes are sold having had either a service or a comprehensive inspection which will have been carried out before delivery.
We offer very competitive finance over 2 to 4 years (subject to status).
Part exchanges welcome.
All major cards accepted but credit cards do incur a small 1. 5% fee.
Delivery can easily be arranged anywhere in the UK for a fee of £25 plus 28p per mile (total mileage) + VAT.
We can be easily contacted in one of three ways by mobile 07918 683634 or land line 01652 628435 or you can e-mail us at sales@lincolnshiremotorcycles. co. uk . Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require any further information about this motorcycle.
We can assure you with confidence that any motorbike bought from Lincolnshire Motorcycles will offer excellent value for money.
Please refer to our feed back for recommendations.
We look forward to hearing from you.
PS Visit our web site to view super size pictures of this bike