Delivering more power, torque, capability and comfort, the new Tiger 900 range from Triumph Motorcycles is raising the bar for middleweight adventure bikes in 2024. The new line-up includes the Tiger 900 GT, GT Pro and Rally Pro, each providing a significant step-up in performance and specification. The Tiger 900’s trademark three-cylinder engine has received a major update, including revised engine components, which provides 13-per cent more power than the previous generation, giving 108PS of peak power and a higher peak torque of 90Nm. The new engine also offers greater tractability lower in the rev range. With its T-plane crank and offset firing intervals, the Tiger 900 maintains its characterful and distinctive performance and sound, as well as achieving enhanced performance throughout the whole rev range and up to nine per cent better fuel economy.
All-new active safety features provide more capability across the range, including enhanced braking for better control and reduced stopping distances, and a new emergency deceleration warning system, which activates the hazard lights when braking rapidly and automatically deactivates when you pull away. New marker lightsprovide a prominent silhouette especially at night and in poor visibility. The new range also features new 7.0-inch TFT instruments, with new graphics and menu system and anew USB-C cockpit charger, as well as My Triumph Bluetooth connectivity as standard on all models. The new rider seat is flatter and roomier, with heated seats on both Pro models, designed specifically to provide more long-distance comfort. With 20mm adjustability on the seat height for all models, and an accessory heated low rider seat available which reduces the seat height by a further 20mm. This offers GT models with a potential seat height as low as 800mm, which combined with the narrow stand over width, improves accessibility. Anew damped handlebar mounting system creates a more comfortable ride, plus the enhanced handlebar position on the Rally Pro, with the bars 15mm closer, facilitates a more agile ride while sitting or standing.
Bringing even more Tiger attitude, the 2024 range has new bodywork across the beak, cockpit and side panels in an integrated design that gives each motorcycle an aggressive, adventure focused stance. New contemporary and dynamic paint schemes and graphics complete the look. A new Akrapovič silencer heads up the comprehensive list of more than 50 accessories.
The new range retains all of the Tiger 900’s class-leading specification: Optimised cornering ABS and traction control with IMU Up to six riding modes including Road, Rain, Sport and Off-Road, plus Rider Configurable for the GT Pro and Rally Pro, and Off-Road Pro for the Rally Pro-only. All-LED lighting, including signature DRL headlight and compact taillight (Position light rather than DRL in US, CN, JP) Triumph Shift Assist (GT Pro & Rally Pro.
Heated grips and seats (GTPro & Rally Pro), Illuminated switches, Tyre pressure monitoring system (GT Pro & Rally Pro), Brembo Stylema® Monobloc brakes, Model-specific premium specification suspension tuned for maximum road & off-road capability. The GT features Marzocchi 45mm USD fully adjustable cartridge forks, rear suspension unit with manually adjustable preload and rebound damping and 180mm fork travel & 170mm rear wheel travel.
The GT Pro features Marzocchi 45mmUSD fully adjustable cartridge forks, rear suspension unit with electronically adjustable preload and rebound damping and 180mm fork travel & 170mm rear wheel travel. The Rally Pro benefits from Showa 45mm USD fully adjustable cartridge forks with manual preload, rebound and compression damping and a rear suspension unit with fully adjustable manual preload and rebound damping, 240mm fork travel & 230mm rear wheel travel. Lightweight modular frame. Adjustable screen & 20mm adjustable seat height. 20-litre fuel tank.
The Tiger 900 GT will start from $21,850 ride-away, the Tiger 900 GT Pro from $24,790 ride-away and the Tiger 900 Rally Pro from $25,950 ride-away.
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