Your AutoCheck Vehicle History Report
Calculated Owners: 1
- Class: Street Motorcycle - Cruiser
- Engine: 865CC 2 Unleaded Gas
- Country of Assembly: United Kingdom
- Vehicle Age: N/A
- Calculated Owners: 1
- VIN: SMT910K18ET655623
- Year : 2014
- Make : Triumph
- Model: Bonneville T100 / Bonneville T100 Black
This vehicle's AutoCheck Score
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This vehicle does not qualify for Buyback Protection
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Not all accidents / issues are reported to AutoCheck
Your vehicle checks out: There have been no accidents reported to AutoCheck for this 2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 / Bonneville T100 Black (SMT910K18ET655623). AutoCheck receives its accident data from government sources and independent agencies, and based on the information available to us, we have found that no accidents have been reported on this vehicle. Not all accidents or damage events are reported to AutoCheck.
Title and Problem Check
Problem Reported: AutoCheck's database for this 2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 / Bonneville T100 Black (SMT910K18ET655623) shows a negative title(s) or other problems. When reported to AutoCheck, these events can indicate serious past damage or other significant problems, and disqualifies the vehicle for AutoCheck Buyback Protection. Check the Vehicle Use and Event Check for reported accidents.
|3 Problem(s) Reported:||15 Title/Problem areas checked:|
Your vehicle checks out: AutoCheck examined the reported odometer readings reported to AutoCheck for this 2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 / Bonneville T100 Black (SMT910K18ET655623) and no indication of an odometer rollback or tampering was found. AutoCheck uses business rules to determine if reported odometer readings are significantly less than previously reported values. Not all reported odometer readings are used. Title and auction events also report odometer tampering or breakage.
|0 Problem(s) Reported:||Mileage||Date Reported|
Vehicle Use and Event Check
No Additional Information Reported: AutoCheck shows no additional vehicle uses or events reported to AutoCheck for this 2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 / Bonneville T100 Black (SMT910K18ET655623). This includes reported vehicle uses such as rental or lease, and events such as whether the vehicle has been reported to have had a loan/lien or duplicate title issued. Other events show if the vehicle has a reported accident and how many calculated accidents or if it has been reported stolen or repossessed. It is recommended to have pre-owned vehicles inspected by a third party prior to purchase.
|0 Event(s) Reported:||6 Vehicle uses checked:|
|0 Event(s) Reported:||9 Vehicle events checked:|
Detailed Vehicle History
Calculated Owners: 1
Report Run Date: June 9, 2016 19:17:0 EDT
Vehicle: 2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 / Bonneville T100 Black (SMT910K18ET655623)
|Event Date||Event Location||Odometer Reading||Data Source||Event Detail|
|12/29/2014||CA||1||Motor Vehicle Dept.||ODOMETER READING FROM DMV|
|12/31/2014||WINNETKA, CA||Motor Vehicle Dept.||TITLE
|05/16/2016||VALLEJO, CA||Motor Vehicle Dept.||TITLE
NOT ACTUAL MILES
POSSIBLE TOTAL LOSS - VEHICLE TITLED/REGISTERED TO AN INSURANCE COMPANY
This Vehicle's Glossary
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|Insurance or Probable Total Loss||Title Problem Check||This vehicle was reported an insurance or probable total loss due to an accident or theft.|
|Odometer Problem||Title Problem Check||The vehicle has odometer-related problems. These may include discrepancies such as not actual miles, a broken odometer, exceeding a vehicle's mechanical limits, a mileage discrepancy, or suspect miles.|
|Salvage||Title Problem Check||A salvage vehicle is a vehicle that has been wrecked or damaged beyond repair; declared a total loss by the insurer; or declared a total loss by reason of theft. When an insurance company as a result of a total loss settlement acquires a vehicle, the insurance company must apply for a Salvage Certificate. If the owner retains possession of a salvage vehicle, the owner must obtain a Salvage Certificate before receiving a total loss statement from the insurance company.|