Triumph has announced Canadian pricing for its 2019 retro and three-cylinder street models. Note that the following MSRPs do not include PDI, freight, taxes or other costs.
Pricing for the Street Twin 900 starts at $10,600 for the Jet Black version; Korosi Red and Matte Ironstone paint cost $250 extra.
The Bonneville T100 is $11,350 in Jet Black, with the Aegean Blue/Fusion White and New England White/Intense Orange versions cost another $500. There’s also the Bonneville T100 Black for $11,350, and the Matte Black version is $11,600.
The Street Scrambler 900 is $12,450 in Fusion White and Cranberry Red, $12,950 in Matte Khaki/Matte Aluminum.
The Bonneville T120 is $13,250 in Jet Black and $13,500 in Aluminum. The Fusion White/Aegean Blue version and the Competition Green/Frozen White versions are $13,750. The Bonneville T120 Black is $13,250 in Jet Black and $13,500 in Matte Black.
The Thruxton R is $16,700 for all paint versions—Competition Green, Crystal White Metallic and Silver Ice.
Bonneville Bobber models are $13,750 for the Jet Black models, $14,000 for Morello Red and Matte Khaki Green models, and Cranberry Red/Frozen Silver models are $14,250. The Bonneville Bobber Black is $14,950 for Jet Black and $15,200 for Matte Black.
The Street Triple S is $11,250 in Phantom Black, $11,500 for Diablo Red. The Street Triple R is $12,650 for Jet Black, $12,900 for Matte Aluminum Silver. The low seat version is $12,650 in Jet Black, $12,900 in Matte Aluminum Silver.
The Street Triple RS is $14,050 in Matte Black or Crystal White Metallic.
The Speed Triple S is $16,000 in Jet Black, and add $250 for Crystal White Metallic. The Speed Triple RS is $18,300 for Matte Black or Crystal White Metallic.