Triumph India has announced that the company will be launching the 2017 Tiger Explorer on July 25. Globally, the Tiger Explorer is available in six variants in the XR and XC range. It is believed that only the Tiger Explorer XCx will arrive in India and only 10 units of the model will be available for purchase post the launch.
Updates to the new Tiger Explorer include rider electronic aids such as ride-by-wire, riding modes (Road, Rain and Off-Road), ABS, traction control and slip-assist clutch. A few other highlights of the upcoming Tiger Explorer includes Triumph electronically controlled Semi-Active Suspension (TSAS), Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and cornering ABS.
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Powering the 2017 Triumph Tiger Explorer will be a Euro 4 compliant 1215cc three cylinder engine. This engine will be capable of producing 139 PS of power at 9300 rpm and 123 Nm of torque at 6200 rpm. This motor sends power to the rear wheel via six speed transmission. Expect the 2017 Tiger Explorer to arrive with a marginally higher price tag as compared to the outgoing version. Stay tuned as we get you the live updates directly from the launch event in Delhi.