- Triumph has revealed the all-new Tiger 850 Sport globally.
- It comes with an 888cc inline 3-cylinder engine that produces 85Ps of peak power.
- The British bike manufacturer has announced that it will come to India soon.
Triumph Motorcycles has recently revealed the all-new Tiger 850 Sport globally and is all set to replace the base variant of the Tiger 900 lineup. Based on the new platform it will be an affordable tourer when compared to the Tiger 900 with multiple additional accessories to choose from.
Coming to the design, the all-new Tiger 850 Sport looks very similar to the Tiger 900. However, the dual-tone color schemes offered on the all-new tourer includes Graphite & Diablo Red and Graphite & Caspian Blue. Apart from this, the Tiger 850 Sport shares almost all the features from the Tiger 900. The list includes a narrow seat, large 20 litre fuel tank, adjustable windscreen as well as the LED headlamps.
Feature-wise, Triumph Tiger 850 Sport comes with a 5-inch TFT display, distinctive daytime running light (DRL), 12V power socket, etc. Meanwhile, with the retuned engine the British bike manufacturer also offers two riding modes, precisely – Rain and Road. The riding modes help in altering the throttle while mapping the traction.
Suspension & Brakes
Braking duties on the Tiger 850 Sport works under a Brembo Stylemas 320mm disc at the front and a 225mm disc at the rear. Meanwhile, it comes with a dual-channel ABS as standard. The braking setup is similar to what Triumph offer on the Tiger 900. However, coming to the suspension setup, the all-new tourer offers a 45mm Marzocchi USD fork at the front and a monoshock absorber at the rear.
At the heart, the all-new Triumph Tiger 850 Sport comes with an 888cc inline-triple engine that produces 85Ps of peak power @ 8500 RPM and 82Nm of torque @ 6500 RPM. However, this is the same engine that powers the Tiger 900 but is offered with a different tune.
Apart from this, the 888cc engine on the Triumph Tiger 850 Sport comes paired to a 6-speed gearbox with a slip and assist clutch. Meanwhile, customers can also opt for the quickshifters as an additional accessory.
The British manufacturer has launched the all-new motorcycle in the UK at £9300. Meanwhile, the new Tiger will reach Indian shores very soon with a price tag of somewhere around Rs. 11.50 Lakh onwards.