Triumph Trophy 1200 SE Discontinued?

Triumph Trophy Review

Well, there were rumors about the famous Triumph Trophy 1200 SE model being discontinued after the 2016 model. No upgrades, no new models what so ever.

However, we decided to make a brief review of their previous models (2014-2016) to provide you with an overview about this magnificent touring motorcycle in case you decided to go for it.

 2016 Triumph Trophy 1200 SE Review.

Triumph Trophy Review

The Engine.

The Triumph Trophy motorcycle is loaded with a liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, and a 3 inline cylinder engine. This 1215 cc beast produces 132 horsepower at the 8,900 rpm. The engine is generally smooth providing you with an 88 pound-feet torque at 6,450 rpm.

Transmission & Drivetrain.

The Trophy uses a manual 6-speed transmission system that transfers your engine’s power to the rear wheel through a final shaft drive system.

Chassis & Suspension.

Aluminum chassis and swingarm are installed on this touring motorcycle for your convenience and weight reduction purposes (which you desperately need in a touring bike). Moreover, the 17-inch wheel rims are made from aluminum alloy to keep the over dry weight minimal (649 pounds approximately).

An electronic WP suspension package (with the ability of a single button adjustment) is now on the 2016 triumph trophy motorcycle. The 43 mm inverted front fork works in harmony with the rear mono shock one providing you with a 5-inch traveling space (each). Three adjustment modes are available for your convenience (sport, normal, and comfort).

Did we mention that the motorcycle can take up to 527 pounds of weight combined between rider, passenger, and cargo?

 

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Brakes.

The Triumph Trophy is no easy bike to stop. That’s why the manufacturer provided you with dual front 320 mm front discs, four-pot Nissin calipers and a rear 282 mm disc with twin pot caliper. This touring motorcycle is loaded with ABS and a built-in breaking balance system.


Triumph Trophy Fuel Consumption.

The motorcycle has a range of 300 miles and consumption of 35mpg/city, and a 58.2 mpg if you are riding at 56 mph. Last but not least, if you decided to go at 75mph, the consumption will be 42.9 mpg.

Technology & Design.

Triumph Trophy 1200 SE

The 2016 Triumph Trophy 1200 SE has a remarkable sport/touring design. The front is really sporty, yet it combines the comfort of medium seated touring motorcycles.

Seat height is adjustable, integrated the audio and Bluetooth system, traction control, tire pressure monitoring, and cruise control too. Also, the front screen can be adjusted electronically.  In other words, all comfort-related technologies are available on this bike.

Take a closer look at this video to understand what we’re talking about (an On-board Ride Review)

video credits: TheMissendenFlyer

Triumph Trophy 1200 SE Specifications.

Engine typeLiquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Capacity1215cc
Bore85mm
Stroke71.4mm
Fuel systemRide by wire, fuel injection
ExhaustStainless steel 3 into 1, side mounted stainless steel silencer
Final driveShaft Drive
ClutchWet, multi-plate
Gearbox6 Speed Constant Mesh
FrameAluminium beam twin-spar
SwingarmSingle-sided, cast aluminium alloy with shaft drive
Front WheelsCast aluminium 5-spoke 17 x 3.5in
Rear WheelsCast aluminium 5-spoke 17 x 6.0in
Front Tires120/70 ZR17
Rear Tires190/55 ZR17
Front SuspensionWP 43mm upside down forks, manually adjustable rebound damping, with 130mm travel. SE - WP 43mm upside down forks, electronically adjustable rebound damping (sport/normal/comfort) with 127mm travel.
Rear SuspensionWP monoshock with remote oil reservoir, manually adjustable hydraulic preload, manually adjustable rebound damping, 120mm rear wheel travel. (SE electronically adjustable hydraulic preload, electronically adjustable rebound damping.WP monoshock with remote
Brakes frontTwin 320mm floating discs, Nissin 4-piston calipers, linked brakes (front brakes partially activated by rear), ABS (non-switchable)
Brakes rearSingle 282mm disc, Nissin 2-piston sliding caliper, ABS (non-switchable)
TechnologyDual analogue gauges (speedometer and tachometer) with multi-function dot matrix LCD display screen, ambient light level brightness compensation. Rider-configurable dual trip computers (1 with adjustable automatic reset). Screen shows audio system information, TES status, TPMS status, fuel gauge, range to empty indication, service indicator, gear position indication, clock, air temperature, frost warning and accessory heated seats/grips status display, cruise control status and headlight level adjustment. Hazard warning light button. Scroll/select button on handlebars
Length2235mm
Seat height770-790mm
Wheelbase1542mm
Tank capacity25l
Wet weight301 kilo
Max power ec134PS @ 8900
Max torque ec120NM @ 6450
ColorsPhantom Black, Pacific Blue
Price19499

The Price.

The Triumph Trophy 1200 SE model has an MSRP of $19,499 for the 2016 model. This model falls under the affordable touring motorcycles category (we guess you already know that).

Problems?

Not that we have heard of. We tried to search for any technical issues that trophy riders are facing on forums, and we have not seen any significant ones. Actually, users are delighted and proud of being Triumph Trophy owners.