Triumph Motorcycles has finally introduced the much-awaiting, Triumph Tiger 900 series in the Indian market. The company has now added Tiger 900 GT and Tiger 900 Rally to its existing range, available at Rs 13.7 lakh and ₹14.35 lakh, respectively. The bike maker has also launched a top-specs version Tiger 900 Rally Pro at Rs 15.5 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom, India.
The adventure tourer, Tiger 900 GT is the standard entry-level bike whereas, off-roaders Tiger 900 Rally and Rally Pro are top-spec versions of the new range. The new range was revealed in 2019, since then the fans were waiting for the official launch. The Tiger 800 succeeder is the entry-level Triumph ADV in the Indian market. The company has already commenced bookings at Rs 50,000 for the new range in June 2020.
The bikes will reach the customers shortly. The Triumph Tiger 900 has a stylish design highlighted with modern features. It has a longer chassis and bold design compared to the previous models. At the front, the bike gets new LED headlamps flaunted by LED DRLs. It is integrated with a new 7.0-inch TFT instrument cluster that supports smartphone connectivity through Bluetooth.
The Tiger 900 GT and Rally are built on the same design and frames. Both the bikes are powered by the same 888cc three-cylinder engine which is capable of producing 94hp of max power and 87Nm of torque, combined with 6-speed IMU (inertial measurement unit). It comes with new 1-3-2 firing series that makes it different from the previous versions. The bike gets six riding modes for better riding experience: Road, Rain, Sport, Off-Road, Off-Road Pro and Rider.
The all-new Triumph Tiger 900 features ride-by-wire, optional ABS, cornering ABS and traction control. In terms of suspension, the GT features a 45mm USD fork with compression and rebound damping and a monoshock at the rear featuring preload and rebound adjustability. It gets 180mm front wheel travel and 170mm rear. The Rally and Rally Pro comes with Showa suspension along with a fully adjustable 45mm USD fork and monoshock.
Talking about the Braking system, the new range equipped with premium Brembo Stylema brakes with front 320mm discs four-piston callipers and rear 255mm single-piston calliper. The GT model comes with alloy wheels and a low-set saddle. On the other hand, Rally variant is available with wire-spoke rims, knobby tyres, and higher positioned seat. The Rally Pro gets mid stand, engine protection bars, and aluminium sump guard.
Triumph Tiger 900 GT is offered in three shades: Korosi Red, Sapphire Black, and Pure White whereas, Rally and Rally Pro comes in Matt Khaki, Sapphire Black, and Pure White colours. Tiger 900 GT compete against new F 900 XR while Rally and Rally Pro versions rival against Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin Adventure Sports in the Indian market.
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