Photo of Triumph Tiger 800

Triumph Tiger 800 XRx

Rs. 13.39 lakh
Ex-showroom Price, Delhi
Emission Type : BS6
Engine Displ. : 800 cc
No Of Cylinders : 3
Torque : 79 Nm @ 8050 rpm
Power : 95 PS @ 9500 rpm
Top Speed : NA
ABS : Dual Channel
Head Lamp : NA
Tachometer : NA
Tyre Make : NA
Get Loan starting @6%
View On Road Price

Tiger 800 XRx Features & Specifications


Cruise Control : Yes
ABS : Dual Channel
Body Type : Adventure Tourer Bikes
Seat Type : Split
Starting : Self Start Only
Pass Switch : Yes
Speedometer : Digital
Trip Meter : Digital
Clock : Yes
Stepup Seat : Yes
Passenger Footrest : Yes
Cooling System : Liquid Cooled
Console : Digital
Odometer : Digital
DRLs : Yes   


Engine Type : In-Line 3-Cylinder, 12-Valve, DOHC
Engine Displacement (CC) : 800 cc
Power (PS@rpm) : 95 PS @ 9500 rpm
Emission Type : bs6
Torque (Nm@rpm) : 79 Nm @ 8050 rpm
Bore : 74.05 mm
Stroke : 61.9 mm
No Of Cylinders : 3
Drive Type : Chain Drive
Valve Per Cylinder : 4
Fuel Type : Petrol
Compression Ratio : 11.3:1
Engine Immobilizer : Yes


Transmission Type : Manual
No Of Gears : 6 Speed


Brakes Front : Disc
Brakes Rear : Disc

Performance and Fuel economy

Mileage (Overall) : 22 kmpl

Chassis and Suspension

Chassis : Tubular Steel Trellis Frame
Suspension-Front : Showa 43 mm upside down forks
Suspension-Rear : Showa monoshock with hydraulically adjustable preload,

Tyres and Wheels

Tyre Size : Front :-100/90-19 Rear :-150/70-17
Wheel Size : Front :-482.6 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm
Tyre Type : Tubeless
Radial Tyre : Yes
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy) : Alloy


Dry Weight : 200 kg
Wheelbase(mm) : 1530 mm
Height : 1350 mm
Width : 795 mm
Seat Height : 830 mm
Fuel Capacity (Litres) : 19 L
Tail Light : LED
Front Brake Diameter : 305 mm
Rear Brake Diameter : 255 mm


LED tail lights : Yes
Turn Signal Lamp : LED

Top Competitors of Tiger 800

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Tiger 800

Q. Which one is durable Triumph tiger 800 or Ducati Musltistrada 950 - Multistrada 950?
  • With the Tiger 800, Triumph proved to the world its versatility as it is among the premiere off-road motorcycle in its segment and what really sets this machine apart is its Street Triple sourced three-cylinder mill. On the other hand, the Ducati Multistrada 950 is a very impressive motorcycle. Its ability to cover large distances, and the firepower on tap make it an able machine to cruise down the highways effortlessly. And, if you encounter some rough patches in your journey, all you need to do is stand and open the throttle. The ride modes endow the Multistrada 950 with a multiple personality depending on your need while the safety net of traction control and ABS will watch your back.
Q. I 5’6”, can I get a comfortable seating height on Tiger 800? And please tell me XCx or XCa has a low seat?
  • I have the Low seat on the 2014 800xc and it fits me fine at 5'9' I am on my toes though. The 800xr is lower and unless you are going to do more aggressive offroad riding then dirt roads and dirt trails I bet you would be fine on the XR with the appropriate tires. I have used the Shinko 705s on my Kawasaki Versys as did my son and we road some rather rocky technical terrain with that setup. The 800XR is a more capable bike then the Versys in my opinion. I also have the BMW G650GS and that has a very low seat height that my wife at 5'6' is flatfooted on.
  • As you are looking for a low seat height we would suggest you go for the Triumph Tiger 800 XRx, it has a saddle height of 830 mm. The comfort in the variant would be appropriate enough. Moreover, you can have a test ride of the bike for a better idea of comfort and ride quality by visiting the nearest dealer in your city. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Dealers.
Q. Does the Triumph Tiger 800 XCX run on tubed tyres and does it have a low height version like the Triumph Tiger 800 XRX?
  • The Triumph Tiger 800 XCX is offered with tubeless tyres. As of now, there is no low height version of XCX available.
View More Questions View More Questions

Triumph Tiger 800 Expert Reviews