Triumph Motorcycle launched its adventure bike for off-road riding, Tiger 900. It comes with all the fresh, fantastic attitude and style with a more powerful engine and an outstanding performance level.
Tiger 900 is an excellent off-road motorbike with a unique style.
It is available in two models: Rally and GT.
It looks quite comfortable with a new frame, new suspension, specially designed for both an urban and rural experience.
Tiger 900 comes with a new chassis that gives better agile handling with a new aggressive attitude and looks apart from the 900 cc triple engine power and torque.
- It has a light-weight with a potable frame to setup chassis.
- All new cooling system results in better performance and improved handling.
- The compact brakes with high-level power of quick stoppage are from Brembo Stylema.
- Tiger 900 has a good quality suspension from Marzocchi for unique off-road biking.
- The cast-aluminum wheels and closer handlebars for comfortable adventure riding.
- It has a large fuel tank of 20 L.
- For better control and riding conditions, there are two riding modes.
- The TFT instrument panel is 5 inches for more clarity.
- Optimized clutches for added comfort during long-distance riding.
- The motorbike has a basic look with the Triumph name embedded in its body.
- It has 5 inches of TFT monitor for better clarity on speed, fuel used, and navigation.
- You also get an option to connect your smartphone via MyTriumph Bluetooth connectivity system.
- The tall windshield will provide a fair bit of aerodynamic leverage during riding at speed.
- Two led headlamps and tail-lamps along with blinkers placed for a better long-distance trip.
- The motorcycle has an accessible adjustable two-position seat extended to the petrol tank.
- It has a new fairing and a closed handlebar for an adventurous trip.
Engine and Transmission:
- The advanced 900 cc triple engine gives you excellent performances, comfort, and control you need while adventure riding.
- It gives the rider a versatile and supple approach during off-road riding.
- It also delivers more power of 93.9 bhp @ 8,750 rpm and a torque of 87 Nm @ 7,250 rpm, which 10% more than its previous generation.
- It offers a liquid cooling system with 12 valves with dual camshafts.
- With 6-speed gearbox and multi-plated clutches help a better journey.
Specs and Chassis:
- Triumph Tiger 900 has 11 pounds less weight than its earlier version sibling in case of the chassis frame.
- It is light-weight with a potable steel frame bolted on its subframe.
- The twin-sided cast aluminum alloy swingarm along with cast alloy 19 x 2.5 is on the front and the rear wheel.
- The revised wheel size helps to balance low speed in all riding scenarios.
- The advanced suspension setup can handle any challenges you might face for long-distance touring.
- It has a high-quality suspension from Marzocchi, which provides 45 mm upside-down USD cartridge fork at the front and manually adjustable forks at the rear.
- The motorbike has Brembo Stylema brakes with two 320mm floating discs at the front and a single 255 mm disc at the back.
- The high-performance brake has reduced the volume around the piston and brake pads.
- The increased air-flow helps quick cooling hence, better enforcement and impression.
Dimension and weight:
- The width of handlebars is 830 mm, and height without its mirrors is 1460 mm.
- It has a wheelbase of 1556 mm and a seat height of 830 mm.
- The fuel tank capacity is 20 L, and the motorbike weighs 192 Kg (dry).
- The fuel consumption is 5.2 L per 100 km.
Launch date and Price:
Triumph Tiger 900 will launch in the mid of 2020 in India, with an expected price is Rs. 12.50 lakhs to Rs. 16.20 lakhs (ex-showroom).
Overall, it is a unique bike designed for great off-road riding. So, if you are fond of long-distance travel, check out the features and specifications about Triumph Tiger 900 on our web page.
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