Triumph Motorcycles recently launched the all-new Triumph Tiger 850 Sports in the Indian market. Unveiled in November of 2020, the Triumph is making its way in India for the Triumph motorcycles enthusiasts. The new Tiger 850 is a perfect ride for your adventure with a perfect balance between accessibility and an everyday-riding experience. The bike is available in India at a price of INR 11.95 Lakhs.
Triumph Tiger 850 Sport Overview
The new Triumph Tiger 850 is tailor-made for adventurous touring because of its character, performance, and agility. The bike is surely a head-turner with a strong, versatile, and poised design. The bike has a confidence-inspiring ride, rider-focused technology, TFT color display, Road and Rain riding modes, all-LED lighting, BREMBO braking, and adventurous styling.
Features and Design
Built on a Tubular steel frame and bolt-on subframe, the bike provides a Tiger fire into your pulse from the first ignition. The 850 has a sharp nose, a tall beak, and a slender frame, which can be seen on its older sibling, Tiger 900. The high-contrast 5-inch TFT display provides all the information at a single glance.
There are two riding modes on the Tiger 850, Road and Rain, to switch to suit your riding conditions. The all-LED lighting headlamps keep your sharp vision, and the bike has an adjustable screen to keep the wind off your face.
Tiger 850 provides confidence-inspiring ergonomics with narrow width, lightweight frame, and adjustable seat height, screens, and handlebars. The bike is a road-focused adventure vehicle with aggressive lines, premium detailing, and various color schemes.
Engine and Performances
The all-new Triumph Tiger 850 gets its power from a Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, inline 3-cylinder engine with a 888 cc engine displacement. This engine can generate a maximum power of 85 PS / 84 bhp (62.5 kW) at 8500 rpm and produce a peak torque of 81.35 Nm (60 lb-ft) at 6500 rpm. Moreover, it is equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission gearbox.
The Tiger 850 has a Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection system and Stainless steel three into one header system, side-mounted stainless steel silencer exhaust. The bore X stroke ratio is 78.0 mm X 61.9 mm with an 11.27:1 compression. The bike has a fuel tank of 20 Liters capacity and provides a mileage of about 24 km per liter.
Brakes and Tires
Talking about the braking, the Triumph Tiger 850 has Twin 320mm floating disc brakes on the front and a Single 255mm disc brake on the rear. Along with that, there are Brembo Stylema 4 piston Monobloc calipers and Brembo single-piston sliding caliper on the front and rear, respectively. Moreover, the bike has dual-channel ABS (Anti-lock Braking System).
Similarly, Marzocchi 45mm upside-down forks suspension handles the front suspension and Marzocchi rear suspension unit, manual preload adjustment suspensions on the rear. The tires on the bike are of sizes 100/90 – 19 for the front tire and 150/70 R17 for the rear.
The all-new Triumph Tiger 850 has a kerb weight of 192 kg and a seat height of 830 mm. Moreover, it has a dimension of 2215 mm in length, 830 mm in width, one1460 mm in height, and a wheelbase of 1556 mm.
Triumph Tiger 850 Sport Specifications
|Engine||Liquid-cooled, 12 valves, DOHC, inline 3-cylinder|
|Maximum Power||85 PS / 84 bhp (62.5 kW) @ 8,500 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||81.35 Nm (60 lb-ft) @ 6,500 rpm|
|Starting Mechanism||Self Start only|
|Dimension (Length X Width X Height)||2215 mm X 830 mm X 1460 mm|
|Gear Box||6-speed manual transmission gearbox|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||20 Liter|
|Mileage||24 Km per Liter|
|Kerb Weight||192 kg|
|Seat Height||830 mm|
|Front Suspension||Marzocchi 45 mm upside-down forks|
|Rear Suspension||Marzocchi rear suspension unit, manual preload adjustment|
|Brake Front||Twin 320 mm floating discs, ABS|
|Brake Rear||Single 255 mm disc, ABS|
|Tire Front||100/90 – 19|
|Tire Rear||150/70 R17|
|Colour||Graphite And Diablo Red and Graphite And Caspian Blue.|
Triumph Tiger 850 Sport Price in Nepal and Availability
Triumph Tiger 850 was released in 2020 globally, and the company launched the variant in India recently. The new Tiger 850 is the latest model to arrive in the Tiger line-up and is Triumph’s most affordable offering.
The Tiger 850 has a price of INR 11.95 Lakhs (ex-Showroom) in the Indian market as an affordable adventurer tourer. The bike, same as Triumph Trident 660, is not announced for Nepal but will soon hit the other foreign markets. But, if the bike ever makes it to the Nepali market, it will be priced somewhere around Rs. 35 Lakhs.