Updated: March 12, 2015 7:26:41 pm
After unveiling the Tiger 800 XCx and XRx at the India Bike Week 2015 in Goa few days back, Triumph Motorcycles has officially launched both the new motorcycles today in India. While the XRx will retail at Rs. 11.6 lakh, the XCx will set you back by Rs. 12.7 lakh. Both these new motorcycles will continue to be sold along side the erstwhile Tiger 800 XC, price of which has also been revised to Rs. 10.5 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).
The Tiger XCx as well as XRx come with a host of new changes and additions which have further enhanced the appeal and credentials of these adventure motorcycles. Both the new variants come with a list of new standard features which include switchable ABS, four different throttle maps, cruise control, advanced trip computer, Road and Off-Road riding modes, three configurable rider riding modes, auto cancel indicators, cruise control, center stand, hand guards, 19 liter fuel tank and a 12V auxiliary power socket.
Though there are some subtle differences between both the versions, which set them apart from each other. The Tiger XRx is a more touring focused motorcycle and comes with alloy wheels, adjustable front windscreen and suspension from Showa. On the other hand, the Tiger XCx is suitable for more intense off-road duties as well, and comes with additional goodies over XRx which include engine protection bars, aluminium sump guard, spoke wheels and WP-sourced front and rear suspension.
Both the new Tigers come bolstered with a liquid-cooled, inline-three, 800cc engine which pumps out 95PS of power and 79Nm of torque. Triumph claims that the engine now provides a smoother power delivery as well as enhanced fuel efficiency.
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