Image gallery: 2018 Tiger 1200 launched in India
Triumph India surprised almost everyone with the attractive pricing of the 2018 Tiger 1200 at Rs 17 lakh, ex-showroom, India. Here are the live updates from the launch event. The flagship ADV offering from Triumph has got a host of cosmetic and mechanical updates compared to the outgoing model. While internationally there are multiple variants, Triumph has chosen the XCX variant for India. Triumph dealerships in India have already started accepting bookings and the deliveries for the same is expected to start in the coming weeks.With over 100 improvements, the 2018 Tiger 1200 gets a host of cosmetic updates that make it more premium and well equipped compared to two of its staunch rivals. We take a look at the new update in Triumph's portfolio, the new Tiger 1200 through an image gallery.
The cosmetic updates that the updated Triumph Tiger 1200 has received over the previous model does not make it very distinct
The main motive behind the update was reduction in weight to make it lighter and more agile than the outgoing offering, improve the low-speed performance and also a more tractable motor.
Dimensionally, the 2018 Triumph Tiger 1200 remains unchanged
While the 2018 Triumph Tiger 1200 does resemble the Tiger 800, its sheer proportions is what makes all the difference
That rear of the 2018 Triumph Tiger 1200 though
The British motorcycle manufacturer claims to have taken four years to develop the new-gen Tiger 1200 XCA
With over 100 improvements, the 2018 Tiger 1200 gets a host of cosmetic updates that make it more premium and well equipped compared to two of its staunch rivals,
The 2018 Tiger 1200 also gets adaptive cornering lights, while several features from the 2018 Triumph that was launched in the country recently have been carried over, including all-LED headlamps
That's the high-resolution TFT display and illuminated switchgear, similar to what we have seen on the naked sport Triumph.
The Tiger 1200's 1,215cc, liquid-cooled, in-line three-cylinder engine produces 141PS which Triumph claims is the highest in its class for a shaft-driven motorcycle along with 122Nm.
The 2018 Tiger 1200 also gets new riding modes and a hill-hold function to enhance its rideability further. Also, what's new is the off-road pro mode that is the sixth mode in the different options.
The new additions to the 2018 Tiger 1200 include keyless ignition, hill hold function and also a bi-directional quick-shifter.
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