Triumph Tiger 800
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Triumph Tiger 800 Overview

Triumph has recently launched the all-new Tiger 800 series. With the Triumph Tiger 800 range, the bikes in the series have received several new-generation updates along with the necessary design and mechanical upgrades needed to entice the target audience in the given segment. The Triumph Tiger 800 range consists of the XR & the XC series which come with further sub-variants having diverse levels of equipment and features to enhance the overall user experience. The Triumph Tiger 800 XR series is a road-based variant, while the Triumph Tiger 800 XC series is more on the off-road orientation.

Triumph Tiger 800 Engine & Transmission

The Triumph Tiger 800 bike range receives its power from the powerful 800cc 3-cylinders, in-line, liquid-cooled, DOHC based engine. The engine produces an overall power of 95 PS along with the peak torque of 79 Nm. The engine gets mated to the 6-speed transmission gearbox. 

Triumph Tiger 800 Braking & Safety

The Triumph Tiger 800 receives the higher-specification, advanced range of the Brembo brakes towards the front end along with the Show adjustable suspensions. For additional biking safety, the given Triumph Tiger 800 also sports features like the latest, shorter-ratio 1st gear, switchable ABS, the latest off-road pro riding mode, a lightweight, free-flowing exhaust, and others. Triumph also makes it a point that the 800cc series has been balanced dynamically. 

Triumph Tiger 800 Competitors

The strongest rival to the all-new Triumph Tiger 800 series is the Honda Africa Twin series. 

Triumph Tiger 800 Mileage

The updated 800cc Triumph Tiger 800 bike that comes with an overall fuel tank capacity of 19 Litres. The bike series definitely flaunts the next-level high-end ability towards immense adventure-packed journey with the smart technical features, while maintaining a high level of comfort and grip. On an overall basis, the latest Triumph Tiger 800 series has received as many as 200 upgrades to the given engine and the chassis. The particular target areas of upgrading have been the overall comfort, technology, and design of the bike. Amongst all of these, the biggest update has been the all-new Triumph Tiger 800cc Triple which ensures quicker power delivery along with lighter exhaust system. Some of the additional new features to the Triumph Tiger 800 series include the fully-colored TFT digital instrument cluster, 6 riding modes, front Brembo brakes, updated cruise control, all LED lights, and others.

Triumph Tiger 800 Performance and Handling

Some of the distinctive features including the 6 riding modes, a TFT fully-colored dashboard, redesigned switchgear flaunting backlit buttons, and the attractive all-LED lighting bring in a major amount of refinement to the latest Triumph Tiger 800 series over the predecessor models. The overall ergonomics and comfort improvements have been implemented by the movement of the handlebars backwards by around 10mm to ensure a more & higher new 5-position adjustable windscreen along with aero diffusers for claiming the segment-oriented aero protection, as well as a new seat compound.

Triumph Tiger 800 What we think

Given the popularity of the Triumph Tiger bike series amongst the adventure segment, the latest Triumph Tiger 800 will rule by all possible aspects.