2020 Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro, Rally and GT image gallery
Triumph Motorcycles has launched the new-gen Tiger 900 in India, at Rs 13.70 lakh for the GT variant whereas the off-road spec Rally variant will be available at Rs 14.35 lakh. The top of the line Rally Pro variant has been positioned at Rs 15.50 lakh. The on-road prices of three variants are expected to be around Rs. 16.36 lakh - GT, Rs. 17.11 lakh - Rally and Rs 18.34 for the Rally Pro variant. Similar to the Street Triple RS launched earlier this year, the 2020 Tiger 900 is being brought to the country through the CKD route as well. Dealerships across the country had already started accepting bookings with a token of Rs 50,000 on the company'd dedicated website. We believe the deliveries should commence shortly. A detailed look at where its rivals stand can be seen here. Here is our detailed image gallery of the 2020 Triumph Tiger 900.
Tiger will be the range starter variant
The Triumph Pro, Rally and Rally Pro will be launched in India in the month of April 2020 with prices expected to be in the range of Rs 14-16 lakh ex-showroom
The windscreen has a five step adjustment similar to the outgoing bike, but the mechanism is stronger
The new 900cc engine has noticeable vibrations between 4-8,000rpm
The engine features a bi-directional quick-shifter derived from the Street Triple RS, and works equally well off the road too!
The new 888cc, liquid-cooled engine puts out 95.2PS at 8,750rpm and 87Nm at 7,250rpm
The rectifier sits in a vulnerable position on the new Tiger 900
The Brembo Stylema brakes are tuned differently on both the variants, and get steel-braided lines on the Rally Pro
The front turn blinkers are set higher now and out of harm's way
The Rally Pro variant replaces the XCA trim of the Tiger 800
We like the leaner profile of the Triumph Tiger 900
We like the sunglasses inspired compact headlight unit, which does have some similarity with that of the Honda
The Tiger features a shallow under-seat compartment (equipped with a USB 3.0 charger) to stow away your phone
While the overall silhouette of the Tiger 900 does remind you of its predecessor, Triumph has made it sharper and leaner in profile
The pillion grab rails have been made beefier than before for additional confidence
Triumph Motorcycles have ditched GT Pro for the GT variant
Dimensionally, the 2020 Tiger 900 remains similar to its predecessor.
The rear profile of the Tiger 900 has received mixed reactions.
The GT trim is the replacement of the XRX that was on sale in India previously
The shade of white has been carried over onto the new model as well
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