The new water-cooled 900cc Triumph Bonneville Street Cup has been recalled over a hazard lights fault.
Australian distributors PS Importers have recalled all Street Cup models with a vehicle identification number (VIN) with the last six digits between 795308 and 836082.
The official Australian Competition and Conusmer notice says the wires to the hazard warning lamps may become damaged during normal steering action.
“This may cause a loss of hazard lamp functionality without warning. The indicator functionality will remain unaffected,” the notice says.
Owners will be contacted asked to make an appointment with an authorised Triumph Dealer “as soon as possible to inspect and, where necessary, repair the motorcycle”.
This is not the first recall for the new water-cooled Bonneville range.
In February this year, Triumph Motorcycles issued a worldwide recall of the new water-cooled Bonneville T120 and T120 Black motorcycles with heated grips due to possible sticking throttle issues.
In November last year, a fire risk due to a fault in the fuel tank wiring sparked the recall of the 900cc Triumph Street Twin, Bonneville T100 and Bonneville T100 Black, as well as the 1200cc Bonneville T120 Black, Thruxton 1200 and Thruxton 1200R models.