Triumph Tiger 800 XR and XC Got Tail; Introducing XRT and XCA

Instead of introducing an all new model, the Triumph Motorcycles is majorly concentrating over the Triumph Tiger 800 model. The newly introduced Adventure model of the British motorcycle manufacturer firm is constantly receiving new members. Initially, the Triumph Tiger 800 comes only in two variants; XR and XC. Then, the firm has recently added two more variants named as XRX and XCX. Now, the maker has expanded the Adventure line-up with the introduction of two more variants under the triumph Tiger 800 model. The newly launched members are christened as Triumph Tiger 800 XRT and XCA.

Triumph Tiger 800 XCA

Mechanically, the Triumph Tiger 800 XRT and XCA are featuring the very same engine configuration. Both are powered with an in-line 3-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor configuration carrying an engine displacement of 800cc. The DOHC engine is tuned to generate a maximum power of 93.7 BHP @ 9250 revs and 79 Nm of peak torque @ 7850 RPM; while mated to a 6-speed transmission. The braking duties have been taken care by Twin floating disc brakes at the front and single disc brake at the rear; both are incorporated with switchable ABS.

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Triumph Tiger 800 XRT

The Triumph Tiger 800 XRT and XCA, both are built around a Tubular steel trellis frame, which is further integrated with upside-down front forks and hydraulically adjustable monoshock at the rear in XRT; while the XCA receives upside-down adjustable front forks hydraulically adjustable monoshock at the rear, offered by WP. The duo gets a little bit of technical and cosmetic updates, which takes them a different direction as compared to the standard available models.

Triumph Tiger 800 XCA

The cosmetic upgrade comprises of a new paint scheme for both the adventure motorcycles. The Triumph Tiger 800 XRT is now available in a new intense Orange paint and the Tiger 800 XCA gets a Matte Khaki Green color. The Tiger 800 XRT is expected to be priced around £9,999 and the XCA would be making its appearance in £10,499. Although, the on-sale date is yet to be confirmed by the manufacturer and both these variants are exclusively available in the United Kingdom.