Also new-for-2010 is another iteration of the Daytona 675 SE, which takes last year's Pearl White bodywork over Sparkle Blue chassis and adds new graphics and carbon fiber trim-- quite the departure from the black and gold '08 Daytona 675 SE I tested back in the day. The new Daytona 675 SE comes in at $10,299.
Other special edition offerings include a touring-oriented Thunderbird SE ($14,999), a two-tone blue Bonneville 60 ($8,999), a blacked-out Bonneville T100 Black ($8,599), and a red with white-striped, seat cowl and flyscreen-equipped Speed Triple SE ($11,299.)
You'll be able to view every 2010 bike when I post a new buyer's guide, but in the meantime here's the 2009 Triumph lineup.
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- 2009 Triumph Lineup
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