Triumph Tiger 900 will be launched in the Indian market by the end of May. The bike will be equipped with a large BS6 standard equipped engine which will come with better electronics and hardware. The biggest thing is that it will look better than the old variants. The company will offer two new variants - GT and Rally, which come in the standard and pro versions in the international market. In the Indian market, we can see only the standard version in two trims, as seen in the old generation model.
For your information, let us tell you that the company will provide 888cc inline three-cylinder petrol engine equipped with BS6 standards, which generates 95 PS of power and 87Nm of torque, whereas earlier it used to get 79 Nm of torque. The new engine will now give 10 percent more torque. With this, the cylinder firing triple orders of Tiger have also been changed and it has been changed from 1-2-3 to 1-3-2 now. Apart from this, it has a new T-plane triple crankshaft which now comes with new and light weight components and weighs 2.5 kg less.
Tiger 900 will be available in two variants - Rally and GT. The GT is a variant to run on-road and has alloy wheels, low-speed and low off-roading equipment. The Rally is an off-road based variant and has wire-spoked wheels, more off-road equipment and a higher seat height. Triumph says that her new Tiger 65 will come with accessories.