Triumph Motorcycles will be launching the Tiger 900 in India shortly. The new-gen offering has been worked upon for a leaner design that has ironed out the issues of its predecessor, especially the front heavy nature. Also, the new-gen offering is 5kg lighter and gets a rear subframe for improved handling and dynamics of the ADV motorcycle. Triumph has also updated the electronics with the large 7-inch infotainment system that offers a host of options regarding ride information, navigation and GoPro controls. As the name suggests, it gets a 900, precisely 888cc, triple that makes 95PS/87Nm. Scroll down for more LIVE updates.
And there it is! The prices of the Triumph Tiger are out. GT - Rs 13.70 lakh, Rally - Rs 14.35 lakh and top of the line Rally Pro - Rs. 15.50 lakh, ex-showroom
Luggage & touring adventure accessories will be offered on Tiger 900 GT, and the Expedition inspiration kit for the off-road spec Tiger 900 Rally range.
Features list consists of cornering ABS & traction control enabled by an IMU; up to 6 riding modes, new all-LED lighting with DRL and new Triumph Shift Assist.
MyTriumph connectivity system enables turn-by-turn navigation, GoPro control as well as phone calls & music operation, all accessed via the switch cubes and displayed on the 7-inch TFT screen.
Pure White, Sapphire Black and Korosi Red colour options for the GT, and Pure White, Sapphire Black and Matt Khaki colour options for the Rally and Rally Pro.
Top-spec road-going Brembo Stylema brakes for superior stopping power. These are Brembo’s highest performing, lightweight, compact calipers.
A quick look at the numbers and details of the premium Marzocchi or Showa components
Gets a new larger 20-litre fuel tank and new adjustable screen, delivering superior wind protection with a simple single-handed adjustment.
Gets a new lightweight modular frame, new lighter-weight engine, high specification suspension and premium Brembo setup.
10% more peak torque than the previous Tiger 800 models, now 87Nm at 7,250rpm. Power is also up across the entire rev range, with 9% more in the mid-range, and 95PS peak power at 8,750rpm.
Triumph Motorcycles is all set to launch the 2020 Tiger 900 in India