Triumph launches TWO more Tiger 800s
Triumph has revealed two new Tiger 800s which have been added to the range, so nowthere’s six different on/off-road 800s to choose between.
Here’s the run-down on what you get with the bikes:
Two new Tiger 800 models launched – the more road biased XRT and the more off- road biased XCA.
Sitting above the already wellequipped XRX and XCX models, the new XRT and XCA focus on rider comfort.
Larger capacity 650W alternator to power the standard fitment heated rider / passenger seats, heated grips, and LED fog lights plus other ancillary devices such as GPS systems or heated clothing.
Newcolours of intense orange on the XRT and matt khaki green on the XCA
Both bikes are ready to tour with the fitment of pannier rails for the optional Triumph Expedition aluminium pannier system.
The new Tiger 800 XCA is the top tier of the Tiger XC family. Featuring the same 95bhp triple engine and ride-bywire throttle as its road-biased stablemates, the new model gets a host of off-road features. Chief among these is the WP suspension front and rear giving greater front and rear wheel travel to tackle the rough stuff. Heated grips, heated rider and passenger seats, CNC machined foot rests, a larger 650W alternator to power accessories and LED fog lights are all fitted as standard as are the aluminium pannier rails (which accept the optional Expedition luggage) and three auxiliary sockets.
This is the new Tiger 800 XRT - the more road-biased version, the XCA is pictured over to the right. The XCA gets better suspension and a bigger front wheel amid the changes.