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Triumph Launched Updated Triumph Tiger Range in India


2015 Tiger 800 XCx

Triumph is a famous British two-wheeler manufacturer offers famous sports bikes. Triumph Motorcycle recently Launched Updated Tiger Range in India at affordable price tag. New Tiger range includes 2015 Triumph Tiger XR which is priced at Rs 10.5 lakh. Triumph Tiger XCx is priced at Rs 12.7 lakh, and the Tiger XRx is priced at Rs 11.6 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi).

If you ride the Triumph motorcycle, you can definitely feel the Triumph’s new motor, and how effectively the new riding aids like traction control and ABS brakes work for a smooth and efficient ride. In the newly launched version, you have  four new throttle maps that you can choose from, including road, rain, sport and off-road.

2015 Tiger 800 XCx adventure off-roader bike Priced at INR 12.7 lakh. It gets a 21-inch spoked wheel upfront, and a 17-inch one at rear which helps it go off the road too. For safety and stability, you have WP suspension with 220 mm travel at the front for the USD forks and 215 mm travel at the rear mono shock.

Tiger 800 XCx weighing 5 kg heavier than the XRx. Both these bike earlier unveiled last month at the India Bike Week 2015 in Goa. This adventure motorcycles have been brought to India via CKD (completely knocked down) route. Both bikes uses same design language but they also have their own differentiating attributes. 

There is an appealing dual headlamps, tall visor and two-tone paint job also. Both bikes on external looks appealing and hot with its specific design. You have  tubular steel trellis frame with an aluminium swing arm, An aluminium sump guard, additional engine protection bars and hand guards. The XRx, on the other hand, is a Tiger that is meant to stay on the road.

Triumph Tiger 800 XRx bike works well as a comfortable touring machine. The bike will be available at an introductory price of INR 11.6 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Triumph Tiger 800 XCx is the off-roading counterpart of this bike. Main rivals are Kawasaki Versys 1000 and BMW F700 GS. There is also a soon to be launched base variant to both bike named Tiger XR, which will be priced at INR 10.5 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).


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