Triumph is taking the Tiger 900 to a new level next year. The familiar but extensively revised three-cylinder engine will deliver 13 percent more power in the future with 108 hp (79 kW) (previously: 95 hp). The maximum torque increases by three Newton meters to 90 Nm. At the same time, the Tiger is said to be up to nine percent more economical.
The Tiger 900 is equipped with better brakes including emergency brake warning, new marker lights and seven-inch TFT instrument panel with modified graphics and new menu. There's also an additional USB-C charging port in the cockpit and Bluetooth connectivity as standard.
The driver's seat, which is adjustable by two centimeters, is flatter than before and offers a larger seat surface. The Pro models also have heated seats for greater long-distance comfort as standard. A heated low driver's seat is available as an accessory, reducing the seat height by a further 20 millimeters. The handlebar now sits in damped bearings and moves closer to the rider on the Tiger 900 Rally Pro.
The extensive model update is also accompanied by slimmer bodywork. Available is the new vintage from February at prices from 13,595 euros plus incidental costs (Austria: from 15,195 euros). (aum)
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