2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 launched- gets a T-plane engine!

Triumph India has launched the all-new Tiger 1200 at a price of Rs. 19.19 Lakhs. It gets an all-new inline-3 powertrain along with a new chassis.

The Tiger 1200 is now powered by a 1160cc inline 3 cylinder engine that produces a max 147 BHP @ 9,000 rpm and 130 Nm @ 7,000 rpm which is 8.8HP more than the outgoing version. It gets a 6-speed transmission paired to a shaft drive. It also gets an all-new lightweight frame with bolt-on rear aluminium subframe and pillion hangers. Also on offer is a Showa semi-active suspension with upto 220mm travel to improve the handling and dynamics. The fuel tank capacity has also been increased to 30-litres in the Explorer variants which Triumph claims, gives the new Tiger 1200 a range of 600kms.

On the electronics side, it gets a 7-inch TFT display that is equipped with the My Triumph Connectivity System that enables phone calls, turn-by-turn navigation and GoPro control, Blind Spot assist, Lane Keep assist, Full LED headlights with Active cornering feature, Hill Hold assist, heated seats and grips as well as TPMS and cruise control among a long list.

The new Lucerne Blue colour on the Tiger 1200 GT

The new Tiger 1200 will be offered in two trim levels- Rally and GT both of which further get two variants each, the Pro and Explorer. The Rally trims will be offered in 3 colours- Snowdonia White, Sapphire Black, Matt Khaki while the GT trims get the Lucerne Blue as another option instead of Matt Khaki. The ex-showroom prices for the new Tiger 1200 are-

  • GT Pro – Rs. 19,19,000
  • GT Explorer – Rs. 20,69,000
  • Rally Pro – Rs. 20,19,000
  • Rally Explorer – Rs. 21,69,000

It will also be available with a lot of accessories such as LED foglights, a Sena bluetooth headset and a Harman Kardon music system which are a few among the list of more than 50. The new Tiger 1200 is now available for bookings across Triumph dealerships pan-india. It will compete with motorcycles such as the BMW R1250 GS and the Ducati Multistrada V4.

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