Triumph is back with the all new Tiger 900 after its Tiger 800, the Tiger 900 will be replacing the 800 from the market the initial XR and XC range of bikes will be GT and Rally futher from now and along with that each will have two versions: Standard and Pro, whereas the XR will be known as Tigger 900.
The Tiger 900 bears an different and unexpected structure in comparison to its antecedent. The Tiger 900 includes a sleek LED headlights and slimmer body panels distinct that the previous bike.
20 litre fuel large tank is adjusted in the bike which assures availabilty of fuel during a long adv travel besides that the weight along with a 20 L fuel tank is comparatively lower than the 800. Whereas Triumph has incorporated more weight on the Rally versions than the GT version.
Tiger 900 is a BS6 compliant 900cc inline three cylinder engine motor having a different firing order than the previous. The triple whine makes a way for a grating exhaust note. The new engine generates the same power of 95 PS but with the torque it produces 87 Nm.
Both trims get their dedicated new suspension components. On the GT bikes, Marzocchi suspension units are employed. The front USD (180mm travel) is compression and rebound adjustable while the rear monoshock (170mm travel) gets preload and rebound adjustability. On the GT Pro variant, the monoshock is electronically adjustable with nine levels of damping and four prefix preload settings. The 19 / 17-inch alloy rims come wrapped in Metzeler Tourance Next tyres.
The Rally versions get Showa suspension units with a front USD (240mm) is fully adjustable while you can only adjust the preload and rebound settings on the rear monoshock (230mm). Triumph has finally given the Tiger sidewall-laced 21 /17 inch spoke rims to allow fitment for tubeless tyres. As standard the Rally models will get Bridgestone Battlax Adventure rubber. Braking hardware is provided by Brembo as the Tiger 900 gets Stylema calipers, the same ones that debuted on the Ducati Panigale V4.
The Tiger 900 gets cornering ABS which has been developed in conjunction with Continental. There are six rider modes is offered to choose – Rain, Road, Sport, Off-Road, Rider and Off-Road Pro.