All the Triumph fans out there, the wait is over. Triumph India has decided to launch the new Triumph Tiger by the end of May this year.
According to Shoeb Faarooq, Business Head, Triumph India The Triumph Tiger 900 will replace the Tiger 800. Moreover, The Triumph Tiger 900 is launching in two variants:- Rally Pro and GT. The Tiger 900 GT is the road-biased version and hence will replace the XR variants. And, The off-road Rally Pro will replace the popular XC Tiger 800’s.
Triumph Tiger 900 Engine
The new Tiger 900 features better engine, new suspension, better chassis, new electronics, and nicely proportionate dimensions for an adventure bike. The newest model will be Euro 5 and BS 6 compliant. Moreover, This beast will be powered by an 888cc inline three-cylinder motor which is capable of producing 95 PS of power and 87 Nm of torque. As a result, this bike is an absolute monster for off-road biking.
In the hardware front, Triumph 900 has a redesigned steel frame with an aluminum subframe making it more efficient for adventure touring.
Triumph Tiger 900 has a revamped electronic module as well. For instance, It gets six-rider modes(for Rally):- Rain, Road, Sport, Off-Road, Rider, and Off-Road Pro. Moreover, Triumph’s Shift Assist makes controlling the bike as smooth as ever. It comes with a seven-inch display showing all the controls. The GT Pro is a road-biased Tiger featuring cast-alloy wheels, lower ride height, Marzocchi suspension, electronic preload, and damping adjustable mono-shock. And, The Rally Pro, which is an off-road biased Tiger features longer suspension, higher ground clearance in addition to the bigger wheels. Moreover, The major upgrade is tubeless tires with wire spokes rim which are viewed as essentials for an off-road adventure bike which was missing in the XC range.
The new Triumph Tiger 900 range is launching at an approximate amount of Rs 12.50 lakh onwards.
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