Triumph Speedmaster For Sale

Triumph Speedmaster
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Insurance Costs: 5 of 10

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Current Prices: £8,050–£3,100

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Launch RRP: £7,000

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Power: 53 bhp

Engine: 790 cc, 7,500 rpm red line, 95 mph top speed

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Economy: 45 mpg

Range: 160 miles from the 16.6 litre tank

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Seat Height: 720 mm

Weight: 249 kg (wet), 229 kg (dry)

What Is It?

The Triumph Speedmaster is a medium sized cruiser style bike and is powered by an air-cooled 790cc parallel twin four stroke engine, producing 53bhp at 7,400rpm and maximum torque at just 3,500rpm.

Features include:

  • Steel tubular frame and swingarm
  • Dual 310mm discs up front with Nissin 2 piston calipers
  • 285mm disc at the rear with Nissin 2 piston caliper
  • KYB 41mm upside down fork with 120mm travel
  • Dual KYB rear shocks with adjustable pre-load and 96mm travel
  • 5 speed gearbox

The Speedmaster is based heavily on the Triumph Bonneville America, which is in turn based on the Bonneville T100 790cc. To make it more of a cruiser the seat is lower, the pegs further forward, the rev counter is mounted on the tank, there are dual discs up front and the engine is more blacked out. The 18" front wheel takes a 110/80 tyre and the rear 15" a 170/80.

Accessories include Chrome silencers, leather panniers, short / tall screens, solo / touring / roadster seats, engine bars, pillion backrest, footboards and lots of bling.

  • 2003: Red/black, blue/black
  • 2004: Black, blue/black, red/black, yellow/black
  • 2005: Blue/black
  • 2006: Black, blue/black, red/black
  • 2007-2016: Black, red, red/black, blue/black
  • 2017: Black, grey

2005: Engine increased to 865cc, like the 2008-2016 Bonneville T100, producing maximum power of 61bhp at 6,500rpm and maximum torque at 4,800rpm. 

2008: Fuel injection added. 60bhp at 6,800rpm and maximum torque at 3,300rpm.

2011: Lower 690mm seat, new stand design, change to single front disc with new spiral design, 19" front star design wheel with 100/90 tyre, new design headlight / rev counter, fork no longer upside down, fuel capacity up to 19.5 litres and dry weight up to 231kg.

More Info

Check out this video review of the 865cc from Captain Rambunctious.

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Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
2003 £4,050 £3,250 £2,850 23,100
2004 £3,900 £3,150 £2,750 22,100
2005 £3,850 £3,100 £2,700 21,100
2006 £3,850 £3,100 £2,700 19,900
2007 £3,900 £3,150 £2,750 18,700
2008 £4,050 £3,250 £2,850 17,500
2009 £4,200 £3,400 £2,950 16,200
2010 £4,500 £3,600 £3,150 14,800
2011 £4,800 £3,850 £3,350 13,300
2012 £5,200 £4,150 £3,650 11,800
2013 £5,650 £4,500 £3,950 10,300
2014 £6,150 £4,900 £4,300 8,600
2015 £6,700 £5,400 £4,700 7,000
2016 £7,350 £5,900 £5,150 5,100
2017 £8,050 £6,450 £5,650 3,700

Popularity

Year On The Road Off The Road Total For Sale
2003 98 65 163 Rarely
2004 97 63 160 Rarely
2005 108 68 176 38 / month
2006 126 57 183 2 / month
2007 106 43 149 21 / month
2008 113 51 164 44 / month
2009 147 51 198 35 / month
2010 106 37 143 14 / month
2011 154 39 193 49 / month
2012 100 19 119 90 / month
2013 76 19 95 67 / month
2014 169 36 205 180 / month
2015 129 20 149 140 / month
2016 130 13 143 84 / month
2017 20 1 21 Rarely

Stats include those licenced for use on the road and those off the road with a SORN, by year of production. Source: DVLA

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