The new Triumph Tiger 900 2020 turbo showDecember 5, 2019
The British motorcycle manufacturer has finally unveiled the long-awaited updated line-up of its tourist enduro Triumph Tiger 900 2020. The new motorcycles have received four versions – GT, GT Pro, Rally and Rally Pro.
The equipment will differ from each other. Each bike will receive the same brake system with front brake discs of 320 mm each and the best civilian monoblocks at the moment, Brembo Stylema.
The most tangible and expected update of the Triumph Tiger 900 2020 model is an increase in the engine displacement to 888 cm3, which significantly added power and torque. Now the power unit produces 95.2 horsepower and 87 Nm of torque. The increase in power should have a great effect on both off-road and on asphalt roads in everyday use. The previous engine lacked returns in the lower and middle revs.
Versions of the Triumph Tiger 900 (GT Pro, Rally and Rally Pro) will receive an upgraded electronics package with corner ABS, while the GT equipment is equipped with a conventional system.
The GT Pro motorcycle will receive the same components, but the fork and monoshock will already be adjustable. And in the “Rally” version, the rear monoshock will be electronically and not mechanically adjusted.
Variation “Rally Pro” will receive a different fork and monoshock from Showa. Front and rear suspension Tiger 900 Rally Pro has a full range of adjustments, though mechanical.
It is worth noting that the GT versions are distinguished by cast wheels 19 ″ and 17 ″, and the Rally versions – by the spoke wheels 21 ″ and 17 ″
Engineers also managed to significantly reduce the weight of motorcycles. Now the Triumph Tiger 900 began to weigh 6-8 kg less, depending on the configuration, namely from 192 to 194 kg (Tiger 900 – 192 kg, Tiger 900GT – 194 kg, Tiger 900 Rally – 192 kg.). This was achieved thanks to a new steel frame. The bike also received a 20-liter fuel tank. The claimed consumption is 4.3 liters per 100 km.
The new Triumph Tiger 900 received a more aggressive design. The latest appearance gives the bike lightness and greater compliance with the class.
Triumph Tiger 900 2020 will go on sale in the middle of spring 2020 and will not differ much in cost from its predecessor. The 900 version will start at $ 12,500, the 900 GT at $ 14,300, and the 900 Rally will start at $ 15,000.
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