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Triumph Tiger 800 Specs

Engine 800 cc
Power 94 hp
Start Option Electric
Pass Switch Yes
Odometer Digital

Tiger 800 Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Tiger 800

Excellent handling and off-road experience

High-performance engine

Loaded with features

Things We Dont Like in Tiger 800

Suspension on the XR range is slightly stiff

Spoked wheels on the XC range don’t support tubeless tyres


Recent Updates of Tiger 800

Triumph motors has revised the price of its Tiger 800 models following the zero-rated GST. The base variant XR which currently retails at RM59,900 will be available at RM54,900 and the top-spec XCA which is currently priced at RM81,900 will be sold at RM77,900, starting June 1, 2018 (all prices are on-the-road, excluding insurance). The company launched the 2018 versions of the Tiger 800 range with 200 claimed changes over the last generation, the majority of which have been done to the chassis and the engine. The new triple mill now produces 95 PS of max power at 9,500 rpm and peak torque of 79 Nm at 8,050 rpm. At first look, the latest models still resemble the last generation Tiger 800, however, they now sport LED DRLs and a five-position adjustable windshield. Overall, there are six variants of the Tiger 800 available - the XR, the XRx, the XRT, The XRx LOW, the XCx and the XCA.

Triumph Tiger 800 Variants

There are 6 variants available of Tiger 800: XR, XRT, XRX, XCX, XRx LOW and XCA.

Triumph Tiger 800 Power-trains

The Tiger 800 is powered by a Liquid Cooled MPFI 800 cc 3 Cylinder engine that gives 94hp of power and 79 Nm Torque. It comes with the option of a 6-Speed transmission gearbox. The Tiger 800 has a seat height of 830 mm. The Front Tyre size is 100/90 R19 & Rear Tyre size is 150/70 R17.

Triumph Tiger 800 Features

The feature list of Tiger 800 includes ABS, Pass Switch, Engine Check Warning and Road, Off-Road Riding Modes in terms of safety.

Features Chassis, Suspension & Brake include Monoshock Rear Suspension, USD Fork Front Suspension, Tubular Trellis Body Frame Type, Dual Stepped Seat Type, Side Wings, Steel Body Frame Material, Disc Rear Brake and Dual Disc Front Brake.

Features for Console include Digital Odometer, Digital Fuel Gauge, Tachometer, Digital Speedometer, Oil Change Indicator, Display Screen and Tripmeter.

Triumph Tiger 800 Competitors

The Tiger 800 Competitors are: Yamaha Tracer 900 GT.

Triumph Tiger 800 2021 Price List

Variant   Specifications  
Triumph Tiger 800 XR    800 cc, 94 hp, Electric, Petrol
Triumph Tiger 800 XRT    800 cc, 94 hp, Electric, Petrol
Triumph Tiger 800 XRX    800 cc, 94 hp, Electric, Petrol
Triumph Tiger 800 XCX    800 cc, 94 hp, Electric, Petrol
Triumph Tiger 800 XRx LOW    800 cc, 94 hp, Electric, Petrol
Triumph Tiger 800 XCA    800 cc, 94 hp, Electric, Petrol

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Triumph Tiger 800 Colors

Tiger 800 is available in 3 different colors - Marine, Korosi Red and Crystal White.

Triumph Tiger 800 Review

  • Tiger 800 Overview
  • Triumph Tiger 800 Design
  • Tiger 800 Ride & Handling
  • Triumph Tiger 800 Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Tiger 800 Braking & Safety

Tiger 800 Overview

Triumph motors is going strong in Malaysia with its Modern Classic range of retro bikes. To further strengthen its market position the company launched six updated models of the Tiger 800 series featuring 200 upgrades, both mechanically and aesthetically.

The adventure bike is offered in two ranges and total six variants - The off-road oriented XC range features the XCx and the XCA, while the road-oriented XR range includes the XR, the XRx, the XRT and the XRx LOW. In terms of looks, the latest Tiger 800s are not very different from the outgoing models, though they now feature LED DRLs and a five-position adjustable windshield. Nissin brakes and switchable ABS have been offered as standard. All the Tiger 800 models are powered by 800cc, liquid-cooled, 12-valve, DOHC, in-line, three-cylinder engine that churns out 95 PS of max power at 9,500 rpm and peak torque of 79 Nm at 8,050 rpm, mated to a six-speed gearbox. Noteworthy upgrades include ride-by-wire throttle (except the base model XR), TFT instrument panel, cruise control, traction control and three different riding modes (top-end XCA has six driving modes). Higher-end Tiger 800s are now equipped with fully-adjustable WP suspension, while the lower range use fully-adjustable units from Showa. Other features include heated grips and seat and two-position adjustable seat. After the GST rollback, the base variant XR will retail at RM54,900 while the top-spec XCA will cost RM77,900 starting June 1(all prices are on-the-road, excluding insurance).

Triumph Tiger 800 Design

Triumph has retained the overall design and dimensions in the latest models, but there are several cosmetic changes. The mid and top-spec models now feature LED DRLs and five-step adjustable windscreen with aero deflectors for better aerodynamics. However, the base XR model still comes with a fixed position screen and normal bulb lights. More aesthetic updates can be noticed on the side panel which now features new badges in new colours. The XRT and XCA variants come with an illuminated backlit switchgear and five-way joystick control along with full-color TFT instrument display system, updated cruise control, hazard warning lights, heated grips & seat and fog lights.

Tiger 800 Ride & Handling

The Tiger 800 is built on a tubular steel trellis frame and is fitted with a dual stepped seat to aid the riding experience. Moreover, the handlebar on the latest models has been moved back by 10mm to provide better handling and control to the rider. Suspension setup on the XC range comprises of WP 43 mm upside down forks, with 220 mm travel attached to a 21-inch spoked wheel at the front and WP monoshock with 215 mm travel attached to a 17-inch spoked wheel at the rear. While the XR range gets Showa 43 mm upside down forks with 180 mm travel attached to a 19-inch alloy wheel at the front and Showa monoshock with 170 mm travel attached to a 17-inch alloy wheel at the rear.

Triumph Tiger 800 Engine & Fuel Consumption

Powering the latest Tiger 800s is the same 800 cc, liquid-cooled, 12-valve, DOHC, in-line three-cylinder engine that produces a max power of 95 PS at 9,500 rpm and peak torque of 79 Nm at 8,050 rpm, mated to a six-speed gearbox. However, there are significant changes inside the motor. The first gear ratio is now shorter and the updated engine feels more responsive and free-revving thanks to the revised crankshaft and counterbalancer. Even the clutch has been updated. Also, the exhaust is now more compact making the bike sound more bassier. The fuel tank capacity of the Tiger 800 is 19 litres.


Tiger 800 Braking & Safety

Braking on the Tiger 800 series is handled by twin 305 mm floating discs, Brembo 2­-piston sliding calipers at the front and Single 255 mm disc, Nissin single piston sliding caliper at the rear. Only the base variant XR comes fitted with Nissin 2-­piston sliding calipers at the front. To add to the safety, switchable ABS system and traction control are offered as standard to avoid skidding while accelerating on a slippery surface or loose gravel. An Off-Road Pro riding mode is available on the XCX and XCA that allows traction control to be switched off, with less invasive ABS for better control and safe driving.

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