Triumph Motorcycles have officially launched their all-new Tiger range in the Indian market. A total of 3 variants have been launched, which include the base Tiger XR, and the top-end XRx and XCx variants.
The iconic Tiger is Triumph’s answer to the mid-range adventure bike segment. The primary difference between the XRx and the XCx is that the former is meant for the road and serves as a comfortable touring bike while the latter is more focussed towards conquering off-road terrain. Apart from cosmetic upgrades, the new Tigers come with a revised 800cc triple-cylinder engine, and a vast array of electronic rider aids. There are significant changes to the suspension as well.
The multitude of features on the new bike includes a rider-focussed trip computer, anti-lock braking system and traction control system. The top of the line XRx and XCx variants also come with cruise control and selectable riding modes. This system allows riders to choose between three riding modes namely, Sport, Off-road, and a rider-programmable mode. Apart from this, the rider can also choose between 4 distinct throttle maps - Road, Off-Road, Sport, and Rain. They also come with power sockets to charge portable devices. The XR and XRx get Showa suspension all-round that’s tuned for the road, whereas the XCx comes equipped with off-road capable WP units on the front and rear.
The all-new Tiger range starts at Rs. 10.5 lakh, which is for the base XR. The XRx is priced at Rs. 11.6 lakh and the XCx is priced at Rs. 12.7 lakh (all prices are ex-showroom Delhi)