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Triumph Tiger 900 Launched In India At Rs. 13.70 Lakhs (Ex-Showroom, India)

Triumph Tiger 900 Launched In India At Rs. 13.70 Lakhs (Ex-Showroom, India)

Triumph Motorcycles India has launched the all-new Tiger 900 in India at prices starting from Rs. 13.70 lakhs (ex-showroom, India). This new adventure motorcycle replaces the highly popular Tiger 800.

The new Tiger 900 is launched in 3 variants – Tiger 900 GT (Rs. 13.70 lakhs), Tiger 900 Rally (Rs. 14.35 lakhs), Tiger 900 Rally Pro (15.50 lakhs), all prices are ex-showroom, India.

The GT variant is more of a touring purpose bike while the Rally versions are focused more towards off-roading. The Tiger 900 GT is available in Pure White, Sapphire Black and Korosi Red colour options. The Tiger 900 Rally and Tiger 900 Rally Pro variants are available in Pure White, Sapphire Black and Matt Khaki colours.

All the three variants come equipped with a 7″ TFT instrument cluster, cornering ABS, and traction control. The GT and Rally models get 4 riding modes – Rain, Road, Sport and Off-road while the Rally Pro model gets additional 2 modes – Rider-configurable and Off-road Pro. These model are also fitted with top-spec Brembo Stylema brakes with four-piston calipers. The major difference between the GT, Rally and Rally Pro variants is their suspensions. The GT gets Marzocchi suspensions while the other two models get Showa suspensions.

Coming to the powerplant,  the new Tiger 900 gets a BS6-compliant, liquid-cooled, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder, 900cc engine that churns out 93.9 BHP @ 8750 rpm and 87 Nm of torque at 7250 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox with slip and assist clutch.

Over 65 accessories are on offer by the brand which include two new kits – Trekker Kit (touring) and Expedition Kit (Off-Road).

The new Tiger 900 will be featuring in the upcoming James Bond film – No Time to Die. It will be ridden by James Bond stunt rider Paul ‘fast eddy’ Edmondson – four-time World Enduro Champion, and also Lee Morrison, stunt coordinator for James Bond.

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