Vehicle History Report

  • VINSMT900K16BT459730
  • 2011 TRIUMPH Bonneville
  • Date Generated2024-05-23T18:57:16.532272Z
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2011 TRIUMPH Bonneville
Warning – at least one negative event has been reported to VINData History. We recommend an inspection by a qualified mechanic.
Potential problem records are marked in red and yellow

Report Summary

Vehicle Specs


  • VIN
  • Model Year
  • Make
  • Make ID
  • Model
  • Model ID
  • Body Class
    Motorcycle - Standard

Active Safety System

  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
    Not Applicable
  • Adaptive Driving Beam (ADB)
    Not Applicable
  • Auto-Reverse System for Windows and Sunroofs
    Not Applicable
  • Automatic Pedestrian Alerting Sound (for Hybrid and EV only)
    Not Applicable
  • Blind Spot Detection (BSD)
    Not Applicable
  • Advanced Automatic Collision Notification
    Not Applicable
  • Crash Imminent Braking (CIB)
    Not Applicable


  • Displacement (Cubic Centimeters)
  • Displacement (Cubic Litre)
  • Displacement (Litre)
  • Engine Number of Cylinders
  • Engine Brake (hp)
  • Other Engine Info
    Parallel Twin Engine


  • Bed Type
    Not Applicable
  • Cab Type
    Not Applicable
  • Body Class
    Motorcycle - Standard
  • Bus Floor Configuration Type
    Not Applicable
  • Bus Type
    Not Applicable
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
    Class 1A: 3,000 lb or less (1,360 kg or less)
  • Trailer Body Type
    Not Applicable

The vehicle specification section assists you with better understanding your vehicle’s standard and optional equipment, via VIN decode processing. These processes are generally reliable, and providers work to continually improve their decoding. However, different VIN decode processors may show different specifications. If you have questions, please check with your vehicle’s manufacturer. Dealers/sellers also report installed option information, which is provided when available.

Junk/Salvage/Total Loss

This section discloses events related to events like junk, salvage and insurance total loss that have been reported to VINData History. Included are state DMV titles that show junk, salvage or similar brands, insurance total loss events and salvage auctions or junk yard disclosures. Events related to an auto dismantler, auto recycler or crush facility indicate that the vehicle has sustained major damage. A vehicle that has been received by a salvage auction or junk yard usually indicates major prior damage, however these entities also remarket undamaged vehicles. We recommend an inspection by a qualified mechanic.

Good news - no junk, salvage or insurance total loss events have been reported to VINData History.

Title Information

This section identifies this vehicle's current and historic DMV titles reported as issued by date, indicating the state and reported mileage. Title brands that have been reported to VINData History are shown in the “Title Brands Reported” section below. Each title record represents a new title holder, duplicate title, lien release or other title event. Odometer readings are generally recorded when a new title is issued. This information reflects the title information on file with NMVTIS. For more information, please contact the state of title. We recommend an inspection by a qualified mechanic.

Title Issued DateStateTypeEventReported OdometerSource
Title Issued Date2023-04-14T00:00:00ZStateCaliforniaTypeCurrentEventTitle issued SMT900K16BT459730Reported OdometerExemptSource
Title Issued Date2022-09-22T00:00:00ZStateCaliforniaTypeHistoricalEventTitle issued SMT900K16BT459730Reported Odometer1017Source
Title Issued Date2013-03-23T00:00:00ZStateCaliforniaTypeHistoricalEventTitle issued SMT900K16BT459730Reported Odometer787Source
Title Issued Date2012-09-28T00:00:00ZStateCaliforniaTypeHistoricalEventTitle issued SMT900K16BT459730Reported Odometer586Source
Title Issued Date2011-02-03T00:00:00ZStateCaliforniaTypeHistoricalEventTitle issued SMT900K16BT459730Reported Odometer3Source

Title Brands Reported

Warning – at least one negative title or cautionary DMV title brands have been reported to VINData History.
Brand Issued DateStateBrandDescription
Brand Issued Date2023-04-14T00:00:00ZStateCaliforniaBrandRebuiltDescriptionWarning - the vehicle was reported by State DMV as previously branded "salvage", now has passed anti-theft and safety inspections, or other jurisdiction procedures, to ensure the vehicle was rebuilt to required standards. Also known as prior salvage (salvaged).

Possible Title Brands

VINData History reports can show one or more of the following DMV state title brands. When there are NMVTIS title brands, they are reported in the Title Brands Reported section . To see the descriptions, hover over or click on the brands below. The red, yellow and green indicators show how the brand would be reflected if it was reported for this vehicle.

Agricultural Vehicle
Bond Posted
Call Title Division
Disclosed Damage
Exceeds Mechanical Limits
Export Only Vehicle
Fire Damage
Flood Damage
Former Rental
Gray Market
Gray Market
Hail Damage
Hazardous Substance Contaminated Vehicle
Inoperable Vehicle
Junk Automobile -
Logging Vehicle
Manufacturer Buy Back
Memorandum Copy
Not Actual - Odometer tampering verified
Not Actual Mileage
Odometer Discrepancy
Odometer Replaced
Odometer may be Altered
Original Police
Original Taxi
Owner Retained
Pending Junk Automobile -
Prior Non-Repairable/Repaired
Prior Owner Retained
Prior Police
Prior Taxi
Reading at Time of Renewal
Recovered Theft
Rectify Previous Exceeds Mechanical Limits Brand
Salt Water Damage
Salvage - Damage or Not Specified
Salvage - Reasons Other Than Damage or Stolen
Salvage - Stolen
Salvage Retention
Street Rod
Test Vehicle
Undisclosed Lien
VIN Replaced
Vehicle Contains Reissued VIN
Vehicle Non-conformity Corrected
Vehicle Non-conformity Uncorrected
Vehicle Safety Defect Corrected
Vehicle Safety Defect Uncorrected
Warranty Return

Vehicle Value

Vehicle values are provided to assist with valuing this vehicle under certain scenarios. Additional factors like region and mileage may also impact values. History events as reported are not reflected. Read the report Glossary for important industry standard condition definitions.

Average Value
Average Value
Fair Value

Odometer Information

The odometer readings as reported to VINData History are shown in chronological order in the chart and table below (oldest to newest). Odometer discrepancies as reported by DMVs are shown in the title brand section.

DateTypeReported OdometerSource
Date2022-09-22T00:00:00ZTypeTitleReported Odometer1017 Source
Date2013-03-23T00:00:00ZTypeTitleReported Odometer787 Source
Date2012-09-28T00:00:00ZTypeTitleReported Odometer586 Source
Date2011-02-03T00:00:00ZTypeTitleReported Odometer3 Source


Sorry, Warranty information is not available for this vehicle.

Other Information

This section discloses events related open liens, theft, towing and impound, inspections and other important events that have been reported to VINData Products. Certain events, like accidents reported to be severe and active theft events are flagged with a warning. We recommend an inspection by a qualified mechanic.

Good news – no liens, thefts, for sale, impound, towing, accident or inspection events have been reported for this vehicle. These events may affect the safety and value of a vehicle.
No Open Lien events reported for this vehicle
No Export events reported for this vehicle
No Theft events reported for this vehicle
No Towing or Impound events reported for this vehicle


Information to help you better understand information provided to you in the VINData History report. Please see the report sections page, FAQ, terms of service and disclaimer for more information.

Values - Black Book

  • Wholesale Value (Black Book):

    The price a dealer would pay at a wholesale dealer-only auction, or the price that a dealer would independently sell a car to another dealer.

  • Retail Value (Black Book):

    The listing price a dealer would ask for a vehicle available for sale, determined by compiling dealer asking prices.

  • Vehicle Value:

    Monetary vehicle values as calculated by third party companies.

  • Trade-in Value (Black Book):

    The price a dealer would offer a consumer for their vehicle to apply toward the purchase of another car in the dealer’s inventory.

  • Average Condition (Black Book):

    The vehicle is solid with substantial serviceable life remaining, but normal interior and exterior wear is allowable. Any previous paint repair must only be apparent to the trained eye. There could be minor mechanical, or maintenance work required. Tires should be in average condition or better and there should be typical miles for the model year.

  • Rough Condition (Black Book):

    The interior and exterior will show more than normal and expected wear and tear. The vehicle could have excessive miles for the model year and may be approaching the end of its serviceable life. The vehicle could have had previous body damage with possible sub-par repairs. There could be cracked glass. The interior could be torn, stained and have adverse odors. There could be physical or mechanical repairs needed. Tires could be worn and/or mismatched. A negative vehicle history with title brand like salvage, frame damage or mileage discrepancy would push the condition to below Rough condition.

General Terms

  • Title:

    Official state DMV document that indentifies the vehicle, any lienholder and owner. Rules governing issuance are specific to each state.

  • Title Brands:

    Letter or number on a DMV issued title that signifies a permanent designation by a state, indicating a specific condition. Some title brands like salvage mean the vehicle has been declared a total loss due to damage; others simply declare a vehicle has been titled as an antique or is being used for agricultural purposes.

  • Junk or Salvage event (from NMVTIS):

    Vehicle was seen at a junk yard, wrecker, dismantler or crusher, or seen at a salvage yard or salvage auction. These vehicles can range from inoperable to fully driveable with little or no actual damage.

  • Odometer Reading:

    Distance (in miles or kilometers) that the vehicle has traveled. Over time, the mileage reported should increase. Many vehicles are driven 10,000-15,000 miles a year; others more or less.

  • Event Date or Date Applied:

    Date the event was reported to have occurred.

Data Sources

Your VINData History report checks for and reports information from the following high-quality data sources. Please see our report sections page, FAQ, terms of service and disclaimer for more information.