Triumph’s All-new Tiger 900 Is Coming To...
- Feb 24, 2020
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Converting many of India’s traditional "fairing-crazy" superbike lovers into adventure seekers has been an impressive achievement for Triumph's Tiger 800. Its ability to zip and slice as expected of a “big bike,” combined with a willingness to rough it out has made it a genuine do-it-all ‘super bike” whether your destination is the twisties, Tanglang La or T-Nagar.
Now, Triumph's new generation Tiger 900 is scheduled to land in India in April 2020, but before it can set foot on the subcontinent we jetted off to Morocco to get a feel of the new adventure motorcycle. With a quiver full of questions pointed at it, the Tiger 900 took us down 600km of narrow winding roads, fast motorways and sandy beaches to give us the answers we sought. Yes, there is a lot to talk about. Settle down and read through the tight and juicy pieces that round up all you need to know about Triumph's new Tiger 900.
Story 1- Is the Tiger 900 better off-road, finally?
Can the Tiger up its wild quotient to truly become the adventure bike it always dressed up as? Head here to find out.
Story 2 - How is the Tiger 900 better than the Tiger 800?
With the off-road question out of the way let’s focus on how the Tiger 900 betters its predecessor, which was well known and appreciated for its long legs and superbike bent. Head here to find out.
Story 3 - Tiger 900 not as good as the Tiger 800? How? Where?
There are always consequences. In a bid to improve the Tiger what has Triumph traded on? Head here to find out.
Story 4 - All Your Questions Answered
We have lined up all the top questions you asked us about the Tiger and answered them all in one spot.
Triumph is expected to launch the new generation Tiger 900 in April 2020. The top of the line GT Pro and Rally Pro variants are expected to be launched along with the mid-spec Rally variant. Prices are expected to be in the Rs 13 lakh - 16 lakh range. If we have missed out on anything do let us know in the comments section below and we will get back to you.
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