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Old 3rd September 2015, 23:18   #1
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Default Triumph launches Tiger 800 XCA at Rs. 13.75 lakhs

Triumph Motorcycles today launched its Tiger 800 XCA bike in India priced at Rs 13,75,000 (ex- showroom Delhi), consolidating its presence in the adventure motorcycle category.

Triumph Motorcycles India MD Vimal Sumbly said: "For those who like to ride a little more off the beaten path, the new Tiger 800 XCA is the top tier of the Tiger XC family. Adding this variant to our outstanding range of Adventure bikes, we have consolidated in the category in India, taking the ethos of adventure a step further."

Having received "an overwhelming response" from the Indian market, the company wants to offer the best to its customers here, he added.

Source: Business Standard

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Equipped with traction control, switchable ABS, 3 Rider Modes, and a second generation 95PS @ 9,250 rpm 800cc triple in line cylinder engine with a seamless flow of torque, the new Tiger 800 XCA goes further still. Standard equipment includes heated rider and passenger seats, heated grips, LED fog lamps, and an uprated 650W alternator complete with 3 auxiliary sockets that can power everything you need from heated clothing to GPS systems. It also features aluminium pannier rails making it ready to tour with the optional Expedition luggage set.

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Personally i love the clean styling & amazing look. Only downside is, yes you guessed it right, PRICING
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The latest addition to the brand's "Adventure" range comes equipped with a larger capacity (650W) alternator to power the standard heated rider / passenger seats, heated grips, and LED fog lights, plus other ancillary devices such as GPS systems or heated clothing.

The feature list also includes an advanced ABS system, that comes with road and off-road modes or can be deactivated. The traction control system comes with similar options as well. The XCA also gets 4 different throttle maps that can be changed between rain, road, sport or off-road mode via the switch cube to make the bike adapt to changing terrain conditions. Riders can also configure the bike to the terrain with the choice of 3 rider modes. The modes automatically configure the ABS, traction control, and throttle maps to best tackle the route ahead. Choices include road, off-road, or the programmable rider mode. The programmable rider mode is fully configurable and allows the rider to choose their settings for ABS, traction control, and a choice of four throttle maps independently.

The Tiger 800 XCA features cruise control as standard, along with an advanced trip computer which provides additional functionality such as journey time, average speed, average fuel economy, distance to empty, and instantaneous fuel consumption. The bike also features a 12V power socket for the passenger.

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