Triumph Tiger motorcycle Price List in India September 2018
About Triumph Tiger
The name Triumph Tiger brings back images of British racing bikes from the early 1930s. However, this series has now taken a turn for being a world class off-road speciality motorcycle and is looking to make it big in the Indian subcontinent as well.
Triumph Tiger Looking to Relish a Century Old Legacy on the Indian Soil
Britain, the land where the sun never sets was once known as the conqueror of the entire globe. Their victories and triumphs knew no bounds which even started transpiring in their vehicles and commutes. In such a turn of events to acknowledge the valiance of the British army and to commemorate their victories, a new motorcycle company was born by the name of Triumph; thus came their first motorcycle – the Triumph Tiger.
Behold the legend:
It was in the 1930's when the first Tiger from Triumph saw the British tarmac. With 250cc and 500c trims at disposal, it got the identity of a capable sports bike. However, by 1940, this journey saw an unfortunate halt due to heavy German bombing and the consequent complete destruction of the production unit.
However, Triumph saw light again a decade later in 1954 when it rolled out the Tiger 110. This model went to secure the title of the world's fastest bike in 1956 clocking a speed of 344.67 km/h. The next four decades saw three significant models in the names of Triumph Tiger Club Daytona and Trail; and it was finally in 1993 when the company gave birth to its first adventure sports model – the Tiger 900.
Tiger 900 began a new journey with their 885cc motorcycle series and received a new chassis and frame line with its Tiger 995 variant. Succeeding these models came the Tiger 1050 which in Triumph's words was the perfect commuter. It also paved the way for the Tiger Explorer and finally, the latest, Tiger Sport.
Triumph's Global Popularity:
Triumph's victory as one can say began with its home ground in Great Britain. Starting from the production of racing bikes, the company also played a major role in supplying military two-wheelers during WWII. From here, popularities of Triumph Tiger percolated to the USA in 1970's.
Post Tiger 110 models were equally in demand, and the company soon began exporting their motorcycles to the South East Asian market as well. Japan was the first to respond in this respect, while China followed suit soon. Moreover, the company also extended their reach to Singapore and India and by early 2008; the whole of South East Asia was under its jurisdiction.
The all-time best – Tiger Explorer:
With its advent in 2010, the Triumph Explorer is currently the largest and best-selling bike from this British company. Offering a 12515cc variant, this two wheeler tweaks out a handsome 137 PS of power along with 9000 rpm.
Laying direct competition to the BMW R1200GS, Triumph Explorer is a popular name amongst bike enthusiasts and others. The major reason behind explorer's popularity is its extensive off-roading capabilities. It can break through any kind of terrains; thus making it ideal for long rides and mountainous explorations.
Triumph in India:
The Triumph Tiger has also reached the Indian shores and is garnering an impressive responsive from this budget conscious two wheeler market. This has been a fresh gust of wind among mainstream designs, and the Indian crowd has accepted it with open arms. Triumph currently has showrooms in all the major cities of India, and is looking to expand it to the Grade B cities as well.