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Buyer's Guide > Tiger 800 XRX
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For 2018, Triumph says the Tiger 800 line sees more than 200 upgrades. There's new bodywork, a shorter first gear, an improved exhaust and the engine is more responsive. Traction control and ABS are standard, seat height is adjustable, and so are handlebars and brake/clutch levers. The XRx also gets a full-colour, 5-inch TFT display, LED running lights and signals, Brembo front brakes, heated grips, handguards, cruise control, upgraded seats and more. This bike is also available in a Low version, with shorter-travel suspension.
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Brand
Triumph
Model
Tiger 800 XRX
Categories
Adventure - Gravel
New/Returning
Updated for 2018
Price (base)
$
Capacity
800 cc
Engine Type
Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, inline 3-cylinder
Transmission
6-speed, chain
Clutch
Wet, multi plate
Fueling
Fuel Injection
Max Power
94 HP (70 kW) @ 9,500 rpm
Max Torque
58.2 lb-ft (79Nm) @ 8,050 rpm
Seat Height, std
810 - 830 mm (31.9-32.7 in.)
Seat Height, options
760 - 780 mm (29.9 -30.7 in.)
Wheelbase
1,530 mm (60.2 in.)
Fuel Capacity
19 L (5 USG)
Dry Weight
200 kg (440.9 lb.)
Curb Weight
Brakes, front
Dual 305 mm floating discs, Brembo 2­-piston sliding calipers
Brakes, rear
Single 255 mm disc, Nissin single piston sliding caliper
Antilock Brakes (ABS)
Switchable ABS Standard
Suspension, front
Showa 43 mm USD forks, 180 mm travel
Suspension, rear
Showa monoshock, hydraulically adjustable preload, 170 mm travel
Tires, front
100/90­-19
Tires, rear
150/70 R17
Paint/Colours
Jet Black, Crystal White, Lucerne Blue, Matt Jet Black
Warranty
24 months, unlimited mileage

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