For the 2015 model year, Triumph is continuing its new trend of offering more premium “x” variations of existing machines, as we saw with the Triumph Street Triple Rx, last month at the INTERMOT show. Getting the x-treatment at EICMA is the Triumph Tiger 800, and first up is the 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XRx.
A more refined version of Triumph 800cc road-going adventure bike, the big news is Triumph adding traction control as standard, cruise control as standard, and switchable ABS to the Triumph Tiger 800 XRx.
Triumph’s info is a bit…scattered, but here is a full list of changes made for the Tiger 800 XRx:
- Advanced trip computer
- Road and Off Road riding modes
- Three configurable Rider riding mode
- Auto-cancel indicators
- Cruise control
- Center stand
- Comfortable rider and pillion seats
- Adjustable screen
- An additional 12V auxiliary power socket
The new 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 line will be available at American dealerships in Spring 2015, starting at $11,399 MSRP. No word yet though on where the 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XRx will be priced.
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