Triumph Tiger 900 Features And Specs

Triumph Tiger 900 Features And Specs

Triumph Tiger 900 Features And Specs: The Triumph Tiger 800 has been the company’s best selling adventure bike and that is why the company is bringing the Triumph Tiger 900 to its customers as an updated or new model. This completely new-generation Tiger 900 will now come with an almost fresh design and will be reduced by a few elements compared to the older model, such as a slim LED headlamps, slim face, and a smaller ABV beak. With this, the frame will now be lighter and will come with new bodywork.

Triumph Tiger 900 Features

Triumph will include many features in its Tiger 900. First of all, the company will give a new TFT screen in it which will be bigger and it will come with a customization option. The second big thing is that you can connect your motorcycle through the phone’s Bluetooth, due to which you can access incoming calls, messages, and navigation. Apart from this, the bike has an option of 6 riding modes, due to which you can customize ABS, traction control, suspension, etc. Talking about riding modes, it has got Road, Rain, Sport, Off-Road, Off-Road Pro, and Rider.

The Tiger 900 will be available in two variants – Rally and GT. The GT is a variant to run on-road and features alloy wheels, low-speed, and low off-roading equipment. The Rally is an off-road based variant and features wire-spoked wheels, more off-road equipment, and higher seat height. Triumph says that her new Tiger 65 will come with accessories.

Triumph Tiger 900 Specs

The biggest change in the new Tiger 900 has been in the engine, which has now changed from 799 cc to 888 cc. Apart from this, it has a new T-plane triple crankshaft which now comes with new and lighter-weight components and weighs 2.5 kg less. Along with this, the cylinder firing triple orders of Tiger has also been changed and it has now changed from 1-2-3 to 1-3-2. The new engine now gives 10 percent more torque and it gives 87 Nm of torque at 7,250 rpm compared to 79 Nm of torque at 8,050 rpm. The mid-range also gets a 12 percent boost and its power output gives 93.9 bhp power at 8,750 rpm.

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