Triumph Tiger 800 XRT
It's powered by a liquid cooled 800cc inline triple engine, producing 93.9bhp at 9,500rpm and maximum torque at 8,050rpm.
- Tubular Steel frame with Aluminium swingarm
- Dual 305mm discs up front with Brembo 2 piston calipers
- 255mm disc at the rear with Nissin single piston caliper
- ABS system with off mode
- Adjustable 43mm Showa fork with 180mm travel
- Adjustable Showa shock with 170mm travel
- Traction control with off mode, cruise control
- Centre stand, handguards
- 810mm/830mm adjustable seat
- 5 riding modes: Road, Rain, Sport, Off-Road, Rider/Custom
- Adjustable levers, USB, 12V, plastic belly pan
- 3->1 Stainless Steel exhaust system
- 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
Compared to the 2015-2017 XRT there's an updated engine with more low down torque and a lower ratio first gear, backlit handlebar controls, 5" colour TFT dash, LED running light, taller 5 position screen, a lighter exhaust, new wheel design, slightly nicer brake line routing at the front and you now get a USB socket instead of the second/third 12V sockets. Best of all it's 8kg lighter and can now be A2 restricted. The cast Aluminium 10-spoke 19" front wheel takes a Metzeler Tourance 100/90 tyre and the rear 17" a 150/70.
One step down is the £10,550 XRX which doesn't have the backlit controls, fully adjustable suspension, Aluminium radiator guard, custom riding mode, 3 additional dash styles, heated grips, heated seats, centre stand, LED fog lights or LED headlight.
Accessories include the Aluminium belly pan, Arrow exhaust and engine bars.
The off-road equivalent is the £12,450 Tiger 800 XCA which builds on XRT with engine bars, radiator guard, WP suspension, spoked wheels, 21" front, 30mm higher seat, 40-45mm taller suspension and off-road pro riding mode but it's 6kg heavier.
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