Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018 Gallery

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  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 grows bigger claws for 2018
    Adds a myriad of equipment and sheds the ’Explorer’ badge along with some meat
  • The bigger Tiger chucks the 'Explorer' badge and sticks to just '1200'
  • The 2018 Tiger looks fresh and uptight
    Thanks to the new bodywork, wheels, side panels, details, fit and finish and that all-LED surround lights
  • It borrows the TFT screen seen on the new Street Triple
    and can be controlled using the new backlit switchgear.
  • Lightweight Arrow titanium and carbon fiber silencer gives it a better soundtrack.
  • The 1200 has up to 100 improvements over the previous generation model to save 23 lbs
    Provides better off-road agility and handling.
  • The LED headlights get all-new innovative Triumph Adaptive Cornering Lighting
    Cornering lights for enhanced visibility around curves and bends
  • The 1200 boasts of enhanced rider confidence, ergonomics and comfort
    Thanks to the new seat compounds, revised handlebar positioning, and updated frame geometry
  • For 2018, Triumph has added enough electronic suite to tackle any variables
    Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), \n Optimised cornering ABS \n Traction control \n Hill hold\n Ride-by-wire throttle \n Cruise control \n Six riding modes with “Off-Road Pro"
  • The engine receives significant updates for immediate power delivery at low revs
  • The new Triumph Shift Assist gives smooth clutchless gear changes
  • The Tiger 800 gets 200 improvements over the engine and chassis components
    Making it more capable off-road and more comfortable
  • The powertrain sees significant improvements in the form of shorter ratio 1st gear
  • It gets new five-position adjustable windscreen and aero diffusers for segment-leading aero protection
  • Keeping the 800 looking smart is the new bodywork and decals with updated side panel designs
  • High spec Brembo brakes and Showa suspensions do their job perfectly.
  • Electronic rider aids are not as extensive as that of the 1200 but still gets enough to boast
    ABS, traction control, ride-by-wire throttle, cruise control and up to six riding modes including the new “Off-Road Pro” mode (XC models only)
  • It shares the new full-color TFT instrumentation, all-LED lighting and backlit switchgear seen on the 1200
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    Introducing the new Tiger 800 XC & XR and the new Tiger 1200 XC & XR
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    Triumph’s Tiger 1200 grows bigger claws for 2018
    Adds a myriad of equipment and sheds the ’Explorer’ badge along with some meat
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    The bigger Tiger chucks the 'Explorer' badge and sticks to just '1200'
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    The 2018 Tiger looks fresh and uptight
    Thanks to the new bodywork, wheels, side panels, details, fit and finish and that all-LED surround lights
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    It borrows the TFT screen seen on the new Street Triple
    and can be controlled using the new backlit switchgear.
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    Lightweight Arrow titanium and carbon fiber silencer gives it a better soundtrack.
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    The 1200 has up to 100 improvements over the previous generation model to save 23 lbs
    Provides better off-road agility and handling.
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    The LED headlights get all-new innovative Triumph Adaptive Cornering Lighting
    Cornering lights for enhanced visibility around curves and bends
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    The 1200 boasts of enhanced rider confidence, ergonomics and comfort
    Thanks to the new seat compounds, revised handlebar positioning, and updated frame geometry
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    For 2018, Triumph has added enough electronic suite to tackle any variables
    Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), \n Optimised cornering ABS \n Traction control \n Hill hold\n Ride-by-wire throttle \n Cruise control \n Six riding modes with “Off-Road Pro"
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    The engine receives significant updates for immediate power delivery at low revs
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    The new Triumph Shift Assist gives smooth clutchless gear changes
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    The Tiger 800 gets 200 improvements over the engine and chassis components
    Making it more capable off-road and more comfortable
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    The powertrain sees significant improvements in the form of shorter ratio 1st gear
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    It gets new five-position adjustable windscreen and aero diffusers for segment-leading aero protection
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    Keeping the 800 looking smart is the new bodywork and decals with updated side panel designs
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    High spec Brembo brakes and Showa suspensions do their job perfectly.
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    Electronic rider aids are not as extensive as that of the 1200 but still gets enough to boast
    ABS, traction control, ride-by-wire throttle, cruise control and up to six riding modes including the new “Off-Road Pro” mode (XC models only)
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
    It shares the new full-color TFT instrumentation, all-LED lighting and backlit switchgear seen on the 1200
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018
  • Triumph’s Tiger 1200 and 800 grows bigger claws for 2018