Triumph Tiger 900 Officially Unveiled


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Triumph Motorcycles has officially unveiled the new Triumph Tiger 900 at a special event at the Triumph factory in Hinckley, UK. The new Tiger 900 features an all-new 900 cc, in-line three-cylinder Euro 5-compliant engine, new full-colour TFT instrument console, riding modes and heavily updated design. Instead of the XR and XC range of the outgoing Tiger 800 range, the new Tiger 900 range is broadly divided into three variants with a Tiger 900 Rally with off-road adventure capability, Tiger 900 GT with touring and mild off-road capability, and a base Tiger 900 model. Both the Rally and GT models also feature a top-spec Pro variant which has more features and capability.



All variants come with top-spec Brembo stylema four-piston Monobloc calipers. A new steel trellis frame with bolt-on aluminium subframe also makes the new Tiger 900 lighter than the Tiger 800, with dry weight of 192 kg for the base Tiger 900, 194 kg for the Tiger 900 GT, and 196 kg for the Tiger 900 Rally. Prices for the base Tiger 900 begin at GBP 9,500 (around ₹ 8.85 lakh). The new Tiger 900 range will be launched sometime in the second quarter of 2020 in India, and we expect prices to remain in the ballpark of the existing Tiger 800 models, with possibly the Pro variants at a premium.





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2020 Triumph Tiger 900 Launched In India; Priced From Rs. 13.70 Lakh

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Triumph’s India division has today launched the new Tiger 900 in three different trims. The 2020 Triumph Tiger 900 GT is priced at Rs. 13.70 lakh while the Rally and Rally Pro variants cost Rs. 14.35 lakh and Rs. 15.50 lakh respectively (all prices, ex-showroom pan India). It must be noted that the GT version is the more road-focussed of the three variants that are made available.

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Compared to the old Tiger 800, the British manufacturer has presented the Tiger 900 at a higher premium as the GT variant is Rs. 1.70 lakh more expensive while the Rally and Rally Pro editions come at only a slight premium compared to the XCx and XCa variants respectively. The 2020 Triumph range features an upgraded design, along with more equipment and performance.

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The company has gone on to say that every component in the new 900 is brand new as nothing has been carried forward from the Tiger 800. The stylish comprises of sharper headlights, new windscreen and redesigned beak while the seat, exhaust system and fuel tank are new. The Tiger 900 is significantly more compact in comparison with improved ergonomics and more advanced technologies especially on the electronic side.

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