Out of all the members of the new Bonneville family, the new Triumph Thruxton and Thruxton R have the most to live up to. Their name is about as legendary as it gets, even for an icon like the Bonneville. Back in the 1960s and ’70s it was synonymous with Triumph’s racing success across the world and most notably at the Isle of Man TT, and it inspired a generation of teenage café racers and custom specials.
The all-new Thruxton more than just looks the part, it really delivers out on the road too.
The breath-taking new Thruxton returns the café racer to its heritage performance roots, with all the power, delivered by its 1200cc ‘Thruxton spec’ engine, and the handling, agility and capability to match its beautifully imposing and authentic styling.
This combination of head-turning style, spine-tingling performance and unparalleled heritage and character is what makes the new Thurxton’s the real deal and the ultimate modern classic café racers.
New ‘Thruxton’ spec. 1200cc engine
The legendary character of the Thruxton comes to life through the 1200cc ‘high power’ 8 valve, parallel twin Bonneville engine.
This all-new ‘low inertia - high performance’ six-speed engine features a lighter crank, higher compression and unique airbox. With the pinpoint accuracy and instant throttle response of Triumph’s next generation ride-by-wire fuel-injection, fed by authentically styled twin throttle bodies, the Thruxton spec engine delivers a massive peak torque figure of 112Nm at 4950rpm - an amazing 62% more than the previous generation. With a higher power output of 97Ps at 6,750rpm, 41% up on the previous model’s engine, the new 1200cc Thruxton delivers much more power lower down and across the whole rev range, with an incredible 68% more power at 4,500rpm.
Beautifully styled, with a very high level of finish and detailing, the new engine, exhaust and throttle bodies incorporate cues from the original racing Thruxtons, whilst carefully integrating contemporary components to maintain that authentic look
Behind the new 1200 engines stylish exterior sits a cutting-edge liquid cooling system, carefully integrated to minimise its visual impact whilst achieving cleaner emissions and enhancing fuel efficiency – 11% better than the previous generation. Combined with a new extended service interval of 10,000 miles, (16,000km), this contributes to a reduced overall cost of ownership.
The unmistakable sound of a British twin
A pair of new twin upswept exhausts with reverse-megaphone end cans that deliver a thunderous, rich bass exhaust note to match their powerful presence and performance. Finished in chrome on the Thruxton.
The new Thruxton chassis and suspension is all about sharp handling that really delivers on its café racer looks. With sporting ergonomics, clip-on bars, fully adjustable suspension and 17inch front wheel, for stunning handling and agility, combined with Triumph’s signature ride dynamic of neutrality, agility and stability, the new Thruxton delivers a truly engaged and thrilling ride
Switchgear New elegant switchgear presents simple fingertip controls for easy access to the key features on the new twin clocks.
Café racer styling
With all of the brooding presence and poise of the original Triumph racers, the all-new Thruxton and Thruxton R take the modern classic sports bike to a new level with tighter lines and an imposing stance.
Both feature a unique fuel tank incorporating a ‘flip top’ Monza style cap (a first on any modern production bike), authentic bullet seat and stunning lightweight aluminium bar-end mirrors, wheel rims and swinging arm.
The Thruxton comes in three exciting colour choices:
- Jet Black
- Pure White, with a black tank stripe +£150
- Competition Green, with a stunning metallic gold tank stripe +£150
The new Thruxton and Thruxton R feature a full suite of rider-focused technology to deliver advanced control, safety and enhanced rider confidence – sensitively integrated and without compromise to maintain its authentic Bonneville style and character.
ABS Triumph’s anti-locking braking system brings a new level of control to the Thruxton and Thruxton R.
Ride-by-wire Enhancing throttle responsiveness, safety and feel.
Traction control Taking advantage of the ride-by-wire system the switchable traction control system offers increased control.
Torque assist clutch Bringing a lighter touch and feel to the clutch to make it easier to ride, and ride longer.
Rider modes Linked to the ride-by-wire system the three selectable rider mode options, road, rain and sport, that provide greater control and safety, and, in 'sport' mode, a more immediate throttle response.
LED DRL headlight Incorporating the latest in daytime running lights (DRL) that delivers a distinctive signature light pattern and enhance power efficiency for long term durability. (Where legislation allows).
LED rear light Built into the classically inspired tail set-up, bringing a distinctive rear light pattern and power efficiency. With an integrated number plate light.
USB charge socket Headstock mounted USB socket provided so riders can charge up their essential devices.
Engine immobiliser Transponder integrated into the key.
Stylish twin clocks Feature packed clocks (speedo and rev counter) with beautiful 3D dial faces, cleverly incorporating a digital menu system
Key features include:
- Rider mode setting
- road, rain or sport
- Gear position indicator
- Two trip settings
- Service indicator
- Range to empty
- Fuel level, average and current MPG
- Access to turn off traction control and ABS features
Additionally riders can add accessories which would also then be accessed via the clock display. Including: heated grips and cruise control (available on the Thruxton only).
Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC,
97.6 x 80 mm
97 PS/ 96 hp (72 kW) @ 6750 rpm
112 Nm @ 4950 rpm
Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
Chromed 2 into 2 exhaust system
X ring chain
Wet, multi-plate assist clutch
|Monthly payment||£ 125.00|
|Customer deposit||£ 2,476.40|
|Amount of credit||£ 8,523.60|
|Number of monthly payments||36|
|Optional final payment (GFV)||£ 6,181.00|
|Total amount payable||£ 13,157.40|
|Representative APR||9.9 %|
|Option to Purchase Fee||£ 10.00|
|Promotion end date||31 Dec|
|Annual contracted mileage||5000|
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