The arrival of The Triumph Tiger 800 XCA in India via CBU route is going to enthrall the adventure enthusiasts very soon. The bike has already been launched here at INR 15.16 lakh (ex-showroom) & this launch has summed up to the total of four variants in the family of Tiger 800 : XR, XRx, XCx, and the XCa.
When it comes to premium adventure motorcycle in India , The Triumph Tiger 800 XCA is the name which comes beyond the shadow of doubt .It has upgraded capacity on and off the road, coupled with amazing features like LED lighting, heated grips and seats, joystick control, an aluminium radiator guard, backlight illumination for the switchgear, etc.
Besides these features, other features which makes the Tiger 800 XCa a choicest bike includes a full colour five-inch TFT screen and five-way adjustable windscreen combined with aero diffusers. The new Triumph bike dismounting to India with an updated cruise control with an astonishing six ride modes such as Off-Road, Off-Road Pro, Road, Rain, Sport and Rider-programmable.
Combination of 21-inch spoked wheels at the front and 17-inch spoked wheels at the rear with an 800 cc inline three-cylinder adds high power in its dynamism.Passionate bike & adventure lovers will appreciate its maximum power of 94 bhp at 9,500 rpm and a peak torque of 79 Nm at 8,050 rpm , delivered out of a six-speed gearbox and 800 cc inline three-cylinder.
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The Suspension of the bike is taken care by the WP 43mm USD forks with 220 mm travel in front and a 215 mm travel monoshock at the rear, while a liquid-cooled engine is there. Shoeb Farooq, General Manager, Triumph Motorcycles India, said, “We’re sure that its technological innovations and premium styling will appeal to premium adventure enthusiasts in the country."
Price & Availability
The bike has been already launched in India while its entrance in the bike showrooms of India is yet to be witnessed. The bike will be available at INR 15.16 lakh (ex-showroom) in INDIA.
In India, the new Triumph Tiger 800 XCa will compete the BMW F 850 GS, Honda Africa Twin, Ducati Multistrada 950, and Kawasaki Versys 1000.