Having a bad credit history doesn’t have to stop you from getting the Triumph you desire. We may be able to help finance your motorbike.
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Representative 34.9% APR*based on a minimum required deposit of £400
We specialise in bad credit finance
We've helped thousands of customers with bad credit, CCJs and IVAs
Our initial soft credit search won't affect your credit score
Established in 1902, Triumph are Britain’s largest manufacturer of motorbikes and have built up a loyal following through their sleek designs and devotion to engineering and performance. Their models range from modern classics to roadsters, catering for riders of all interests. A dedicated clothing line only strengthens the passion for the brand.
We use a soft search credit check initially to check if we can offer you finance. This check doesn’t impact your credit score and won’t show on your credit history. If you’re accepted, we can begin the process of financing your motorbike.
Our conditional sale agreement means your Triumph motorbike will be registered in your name and you’ll have full possession and use of the bike. Moneybarn will be the legal owner of the motorbike until all repayments have been made, and then we’ll transfer legal ownership of the bike to you.
When looking for the Triumph bike you wish to purchase, we do need some criteria to be met so we can help finance the vehicle. This includes the motorbike being less than 12 years old and having an engine size of 125cc or greater. We also require that the motorbike has been driven less than 30,000 miles and is purchased from a reputable dealer.
Whether you want to purchase a Triumph for your commute, or just to get around, if you meet our pre-application criteria, we might be able to help. You can apply today to see if we can help to finance your Triumph motorcycle.
Representative example: £6,196 repayable over 54 months. 53 monthly payments of £213.39.
Representative 34.9% APR. Total amount payable is £11,309.67 (excluding deposit)
Subject to affordability and you could risk losing your vehicle if you do not keep up payments.