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    01/01/2016

    EVERYDAY FINANCING WITH FREEDOMROAD FINANCIAL

    Get ready for the riding season with a new Triumph motorcycle! Triumph makes your purchase easy with great, low Everyday Financing rates. Qualified buyers receive 4.59% APR for 36 months OR 5.39% APR for 48 months OR 5.59% APR for 60 months on new, untitled 2016 or prior models with FreedomRoad Financial. 

    Terms and Conditions: 
    *Offer applies to new, untitled 2016 and prior Triumph models. Financing offer available through FreedomRoad Financial (FRF), a loan production center of Evergreen Bank Group. Where no money down is indicated, it is available only for those Tier 1 applicants with approved credit. Annual Percentage Rate (APR) offers of 4.59% for 36 months, 5.39% APR for 48 months and 5.59% APR for 60 months are available to qualified applicants only. Not all buyers will qualify and if approved may receive a higher rate, depending on credit score. Some buyers will require a down payment in order to receive credit approval. Subject to model availability and dealer participation. This offer cannot be combined with any other financing offers. Finance offer valid through authorized U.S. Triumph dealers only. Finance offer can change or be cancelled at any time. See local authorized dealer for details. Offer valid through December 31, 2016.

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