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Triumph recalls Its ‘Modern Classic’ motorcycles, over 66,000 bikes affected

Nizam Shaikh
Written by Nizam Shaikh

Triumph U.K issued a recall last month on its Bonneville T-100, T-120 and Street Twin based models to fix a fault with the head-stock tidy. This could cause damage to the wiring loom by the clutch cable contacting with the wiring.

The clutch cable could contact and cause wear through the main wiring harness and cause an electrical malfunction with the turn indicators, headlight high-beam and could cause loss of power to the engine, in some extreme cases. This could cause some serious problems when on the go.

In India, the affected models could be, the modern classic range of motorcycles namely the Street Twin, Bonneville T-100, Bonneville T-120 and the Street Scrambler manufactured between 2016 and 2019.

Triumph India has also issued a recall of over 1,000 units and will notify the owners of the affected motorcycles and the dealerships will replace the parts free of charge. Triumph U.S.A has also recalled over 12,000 motorbikes in the United States of America to address the same issue. A total of 68,686 motorcycles have been said to be affected worldwide.