Triumph is clearing out its BS4 stock and is offering benefits worth up to Rs 2 lakh for the Tiger 800 XR and XRx and upto Rs 2.3 lakh for the Tiger 800 XCx.Know more about these offers here.
Triumph will be launching the all-new Tiger 900 in India soon.The Tiger 800 XCa at Rs 15.16 lakh (ex-showroom, India). is the range-topper in Triumph India’s Tiger 800 lineup. It gets more features than the Tiger XCx in the form of one extra riding mode (six in total), three extra TFT screen displays (six in total), all-LED lighting and backlit switchgear.
Extra off-road features include heated grips and seat, LED auxiliary lamps, an aluminium radiator grill and a centre stand. The Tiger XCa costs Rs 1.13 lakh more than the Tiger XCx and competes against the BMW 850 GS, Ducati Multistrada 950 and Honda Africa Twin.
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Preferred For : Tours & Occasional Commute
47% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Own the XCx variant. Only downsides are the kerb weight, size and heat that is generated by the amazing triple engine. Love the acceleration in spite of its adv motorcycle tag. Rider and pillion comfort are amazing. The WP suspension was made for India. The XC variants are the more off road oriented Tigers which for me means Indian road conditions in general 😂. Great for monsoon conditions. Has a lot of different things - traction control, abs, suspension settings, preload, damping and rebound etc. Different rider modes. I don"t know anything about them. Ride it just the way it was delivered to me. 🙄. All in all a wonderful touring machine.
Awesome machine, Professionally developed, Guranteed fun, Low Maintenance, Reliable.
It's a nice and adventure toured machine
Great bike, I too wish to have !!
Great all rounder bike
We think that ADVs make fantastic everyday bikes. The new Tiger further cements this belief by being better in every way.
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