Triumph has announced the prices for the new Tiger range which has been extended to four models.
They are the Tiger XC $16,590 (plus on-road costs), XCx $17,690, XR $15,099 and XRx $16,590, all with traction control, switchable ABS and Ride by Wire technology.
Triumph Australia has announced at the Melbourne Moto Expo that the Tigers will arrive in February.
The XR is road focussed and the XC is aimed at off-road and both come with range-topping “x” models featuring cruise control as standard and three riding modes to control throttle maps, ABS, and traction control.
The XC also now comes with Austrian WP suspension which has made the KTM off-roaders so tough yet complaint over rough terrain.
The three-cylinder engines are now tweaked for substantially better fuel economy, down to 4.3L/100km from 5.1L/100km.
Triumph is also displaying a Street Triple RX Special Edition at the Moto Expo. It features a host of updates inspired by the Daytona 675R and will arrive in March at $14,990.
It features “Aluminium Silver” paint, new graphics, and red wheels and die-cast rear subframe. It comes with a rear seat cowl, belly pan, fly screen and the Daytona’s angular seat.
No word yet on when the new Rocket X and Thunderbird NIghtstorm limited edition models will be arriving in Australia or prices.