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Finally 2018 Triumph Tiger 800 Launched In India Today

2018 Triumph Tiger 800

2018 Triumph Tiger 800 comes with a host of design and engine changes

2018 Triumph Tiger 800: Triumph initially took the wraps off its 2018 Tiger 800 adventure bike array at EICMA 2017. The Hinckley-based maker has made over 200 engine and chassis upgrades on the new Tiger 800. Most prominently, the bicycle has had its own three-cylinder engine substituted for the greater answer. Currently, the Tiger range has made its way to India in 3 versions XR (Rs 11.7 lakh), XRx (Rs 13.1 lakh) and also the XCx (Rs 13.7 lakh) (all costs, ex-showroom India)

2018 Triumph Tiger 800

Power figures are very similar to its predecessor at 95hp and 79Nm of torque; however, the British manufacturer asserts that campaign has gone into creating the engine smoother and much more responsive. Concerning layout, the 2018 Tiger 800 features new aero diffusers, full-LED lights on top-spec versions (XRx and XCx in India), recently backlit switchgear and a flexible screen. The handlebar was moved farther back by 10mm while the chair features 20mm of adjustability.

2018 Triumph Tiger 800

The XC models proceed the previous completely adjustable WP suspension; however, there’s a brand new addition to such models which come in the shape of Brembo brakes, which substitute the Nissin units in the center and top-spec bicycles. Other changes include better end levels with the bicycle offering an additional electronics kit such as a complete TFT screen for mid and top-spec versions (found on the XRx and XCx in India).

The prior Tiger 800 range began at Rs 10.87 lakh (ex-showroom, India). The new version is significantly more expensive as a result of updates and increased CKD taxation prices.

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