THE new Destination Triumph showroom has opened its doors for business, inviting customers old and new to join them for the exciting unveiling – and to witness the launch of the 2011 Triumph Speed Triple.

Formerly known as Rafferty Newman, Destination Triumph name may be new to West Street, Fareham, but Triumph fans have been reassured to see that the faces in the dealership remain the same.

The new owners were delighted to have retained the services of Chris Linney and his team, ensuring a continuity of service. Pete Parker, Operations Director for Destination Triumph said: “We are really excited about the opportunities offered to us by our investment in the former Rafferty Newman dealership.

“This is the third Triumph shop we have opened in four years and we are confident that Fareham will enjoy the same success as our other Triumph outlets in West Sussex and Surrey.”

He added: “We share our customers’ passion for the brand and our customers’ satisfaction is paramount so it was vital to us that we retained the services of Chris and his team.”

Destination Triumph Fareham offers the full range of new and pre owned Triumph motorcycles together with a wide selection of clothing and accessories.

With direct access to the Triumph UK suppliers, any items not in stock can be ordered in. By joining the Destination Triumph Group, Fareham can now access over 100 quality pre-owned bikes from all other locations, increasing the choice for customers.

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Chris Linney, sales manager at Destination Triumph Fareham, said; “2011 is going to be an incredible year for Triumph with the launch of many new models and the continued expansion of the brand. We are delighted to be part of that success story and look forward to continuing to provide a top level of service for the Triumph rider.”

Currently the dealership is offering 25 per cent off all workshop labour costs, £675 accessory voucher when you buy a 2011 Triumph Sprint ST plus many other special offers. With VAT due to increase to 20 per cent in January 2011, the team are also encouraging people to buy now and save on tax.