News 8 Nov 2017

New Triumph Tiger range displayed in EICMA presentation

Multiple XC and XR variants announced for 2018 Tiger 1200 and 800s.

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Triumph Motorcycles uncovered updated new Tiger models for 2018 during its presentation at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Italy.

The new 1200 XC line-up are the most advanced ever, purpose-built for the toughest off-road challenges and road adventures. Every single innovation, engine enhancement, premium specification and ergonomic refinement is about delivering an epic ride.

The Triple engine has been significantly updated for more immediate torque lower down with peak power of 141hp and lighter exhaust for an even more thrilling Triple sound. Significantly lighter by up to 10kg, both new XCs boast over 100 improvements for better handling.

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With Triumph Shift-Assist, new ‘Off-Road Pro’ rider mode and enhanced ergonomics, the new XC is now even more capable off-road and on. Featuring the highest level of state-of-the-art technology ever, with adaptive cornering lighting, full-colour TFT instruments, up to six riding modes, all LED lighting, illuminated switch-gear, keyless ignition and more Tiger style, the Tiger 1200 XC is literally born for adventure.

Triumph also announced the most advanced Tiger XR range ever created, boasting much of the same tech as the XC. With an even more advanced road-focused adventure set-up, from four new models, each packed with its own dedicated level of technology, a major engine upgrade and a new level of capability for maximum all-road, all-day comfort.

In addition, the new Tiger 800 XC now comes with over 200 upgrades including a major technology update with new full-colour TFT instruments, a more responsive signature Triple engine, a shorter ratio first gear for enhanced off-road traction and all-road acceleration, new ‘Off-Road Pro’ riding mode, they are radically better off-road.

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There are two new Tiger XC models, each one tailor-made with a dedicated level of technology and equipment, the Tiger’s legendary accessible and agile easy-riding style, as well as enhanced rider ergonomics, more distinctive poise and premium finish and detailing.

Plus, the latest generation Tiger 800 XR offers the most road-focused adventure set-up ever across four new models, each packed with its own dedicated level of new technology and equipment similar to the XC. It sets the bar even higher with over 200 chassis and engine upgrades and a whole new level of technology, performance and capability.

Information on local availability and pricing is yet to be announced by Triumph Motorcycles Australia, however stay tuned to for the latest information on release.