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2006 Triumph Tiger on 2040-motos

YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:39 ColorColor: Blue

Windber, Pennsylvania, United States

Windber, Pennsylvania, United States
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Triumph Tiger photos

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Triumph Tiger tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):955 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Dual-Purpose For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer

Triumph Tiger description

Here is a great bike, recently traded in at our dealership.  It is a 2006 Triumph Tiger 955.  It is the last year of its kind, as Triumph replaced this model with the much less popular 1050 in 2007.  What made the 2006 so great was a few things which were VERY different from the 07.  First, it has the bulletproof, torquey 955 water cooled, fuel injected triple with a six speed transmission.  That's the best engine Triumph ever built.  Next, this model had the actual on road / off road chassis (dual sport) that the 2007 lacked.  It has the extra large fuel tank for extended trips off road and away from fuel stops.  Finally, it has the aluminum mag off road wheels which allow for many, many choices in dual sport tubeless tires.  It is the best of the old Tigers in one great bike.  THIS bike has a few nice accessories as well.  It has the extended windscreen, extended mirrors, spill bars, factory "competition" silencer and the quick detatch rear saddlebags.  The saddlebags work great, but they are marked up a bit from sitting in the previous owners garage for years.  The bike is in excellent shape mechanically, with no known defects in operation.  The tires, brakes, chain and sprockets are all good to go.  The engine and transmission run just as she should, so she is smooooth and powerful.  That's it.  Buy it and ride it.  Serious bidders please.  This is a NO RESERVE auction so the high bidder gets the bike.  The winner is responsible for getting it home.  Any questions, just ask, or stop by and see it for yourself.  Thanks and good luck bidding.
4646 clearshade drive
Windber, PA  15963

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