Triumph Tiger 900

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Off Road, Petrol
Expected Launch : Apr 2020
₹ 12 Lakh - 14 Lakh
Expected Price

Triumph Tiger 900 Latest Updates

Triumph Motorcycles India was expected to launch the all-new Tiger 900 in India by this month. However, the same is likely to be postponed to a later date because of the current lockdown situation that the country is facing because of the novel Coronavirus Pandemic. The new Tiger 900 is believed to be a great leap in terms of performance, features and design as well. The company had previously confirmed that it would be bringing the Tiger 900 range to India. It will comprise of Tiger 900 GT and the Tiger 900 Rally. As the Triumph Tiger 800 is one of the best-selling ADVs in the country, the company will be looking to attract more takers with the upcoming Triumph Tiger 900.

Mechanically, the new Tiger 900 will come powered by 888 cc, liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder engine. It will get a slight bump in displacement from 799 cc, offered on the Tiger 800. There will new T-plane triple crankshaft with new lightweight components, reducing the weight of the engine by 2.5 kg. The new engine now offers up to 10 per cent more torque belting out 87 Nm at 7,250 rpm from 79 Nm at 8,050 rpm. The mid-range also gets a boost of 12 per cent. The maximum power output on the Tiger 900 will remain the same 93.9 bhp at 8,750 rpm. The unit will be mated with a 6-speed gearbox.

The all-new Tiger 900 will be built on Tubular steel frame, bolt-on sub-frame employing twin-sided, cast aluminium swingarm. The suspension duties will be carried out by Marzocchi 45mm non-adjustable USD forks up front and Marzocchi rear suspension unit with manual preload adjustment, 170mm rear-wheel travel. For braking, the bike will come equipped with Twin 320mm floating discs, Brembo Stylema 4 piston Monobloc calipers at the front and single 255mm disc, Brembo single piston sliding caliper with ABS.

The motorcycle will also be loaded with new technology equipment including bigger TFT screen, Bluetooth connectivity for incoming calls, messages and navigation, six riding modes with customisable ABS, traction control and much more. The six riding modes are Road, Rain, Sport, Off-Road, Off-Road Pro and Rider. The company has also confirmed that Triumph it would be offering over 65 accessories with the upcoming Tiger 900 so that the customers can customise their bike for a personal touch.

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