They have also announced a new three-year/unlimited kilometre factory warranty for the bikes.
The adventure bikes start at $29,990 rideaway for the Tiger 1200 GT Pro and $32,600 for the GT Explorer, both featuring road-biased 19-inch front and 18-inch rear cast aluminium wheels and tyres.
The more off-road-capable Rally family with 21-inch front and 18-inch rear tubeless spoked wheels start at $31,800 for the Rally Pro with the flagship Rally Explorer from $33,950 rideaway.
Triumph says the new range is up to 25kg lighter, more powerful, with improved handling and specification.
They are powered by a new 1160cc T-plane triple engine with 112kW of power, up 7kW, and 130Nm of torque.
One of the standout features is the very handy long-range 30-litre fuel tank in the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer, while the other two models have a 20-litre tank.
Here are some of the other new features:
lightweight chassis and frame with bolt-on rear aluminium subframe and pillion hangers;
lighter and stronger ‘tri-link’ swingarm;
Brembo Stylema monobloc brakes plus optimised cornering ABS with IMU;
Showa semi-active suspension;
slimmer waist and more compact design;
rider ergonomics designed, including adjustable seat height, which can be lowered even further with an accessory low seat.
Technology abounds, including a Blind Spot Radar System, 7.0-inch TFT instruments with smartphone connectivity, up to six riding modes, keyless ignition and fuel cap lock, LED lighting with Adaptive Cornering Lights, Shift Assist on all models, hill hold and heated grips.