The Triumph Tiger Sport isn’t a model that we get here in the United States of America, but the adventure-sport model does round out Triumph’s European lineup quite well, slotting in between the Tiger 800 and Tiger Explorer (1,200cc).
For 2016, the Triumph Tiger Sport gets some updates, namely the same revamped 1,050cc three-cylinder engine that came to the Triumph Speed Triple earlier this year.
As such, the 2016 Triumph Tiger Sport will have increased torque and fuel economy, according to Triumph. The updated Triumph Tiger Sport also has a new ride-by-wire throttle, complete with riding modes, traction control, cruise control, ABS, and a slip-assist clutch.
Triumph has also revamped the exhaust and added footpegs with more grip, as well as a tinted windscreen and new mirrors – all of which should add to the riding experience.
We wish we could tell you more about the 2016 Triumph Tiger Sport, but as seems to be the trend with the British brand, concrete figure and detailed information have not been made available yet. So…yay.