Is Triumph Tiger 900 the most Advanced bike?

The Triumph Tiger 900 permanently changed the adventure landscape in India. The reason for this is that the Indian market has long been lacking a strong motorbike with excellent off-road skills, an abundance of amenities, and one ADV that was aspirational and qualified for formal company service.

A significant makeover has been applied to the Triumph Tiger 900. It features a short beak, elegant LED headlamps, and smaller body panels. However, there is a bigger 20-liter fuel tank hidden beneath the surface. Metzeler Tourance tyres are fitted to 19-inch front and 17-inch rear cast aluminium alloy wheels on the GT model. Conversely, spoke wheels are included with the Rally Pro.

The 888cc BS6 engine that powers the Triumph Tiger 900 produces 90 Nm of torque and 106.5 horsepower. The Triumph Tiger 900 has anti-locking brakes with disc brakes on the front and rear.

Smooth throttle response and linear power delivery contribute to an improved riding experience. With its outstanding tractability and few gear changes, the bike's adaptability really shows in urban and highway environments. At greater speeds, vibrations are obvious, though. 

The standout feature is comfort, which comes with better seating ergonomics and superb visibility. The Tiger 900 performs surprisingly well off-road, considering its weight. However, by directing hot air towards the rider's knees, the split radiator design compromises comfort during the ride.

Every lighting system has LED illumination. A new 7-inch colour TFT screen is included with the Rally and GT models. On the Rally Pro trim level, the My Triumph connectivity module is a standard feature; on the other two trim levels, it is an optional item. Additionally, heated grips, a USB charger, and an underseat mobile phone storage box are included with each of these trims. The Rally Pro model comes equipped with TPMS as standard equipment and heated seats with independent pillion control.

Suspension and brakes
Marzocchi 45mm upside-down forks with 180mm of travel and manual rebound and compression damping control are used on both variants. A monoshock with manual rebound damping and preload control is located at the back. The bikes have identical brake components, with two 320mm front discs and one 255mm rear disc 

  • 900 cc has plenty of performance.
  • Outfitted with cutting-edge electronics
  • Incredibly strong off-road
  • Costly to keep up.
  • Restricted service area

Price and variants
Triumph Tiger 900 prices range from Rs. 13.70 lakh to Rs. 15.50 lakh. The Triumph Tiger 900 is available in three different configurations: GT, Rally, and the top-tier Tiger 900 Rally PRO model, which costs Rs. 15.50 lakh.

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