Triumph Tiger XCx & XRx To Be Launched In India On 12th March

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Triumph Motorcycles recently showcased its Tiger XCx and XRx adventure motorcycles at the India Bike Week festival. Now the British based manufacturer has confirmed it will be launching both these motorcycles in India on 12th of March, 2015.

Tiger XCx and XRx both share a similar engine, however, they get different features, which set them apart. These are Triumph's new adventure motorcycles and will join their existing line-up in the Indian market.

Both Triumph Tiger XCx and XRx sports an in-line three-cylinder 800cc liquid-cooled engine. It delivers 93.66 horsepower, along with 79 Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox and provides fuel efficiency of 25 kpl in city environment.

Triumph Tiger XCx and XRx Features:

  • Advanced ABS
  • Traction control
  • Throttle maps
  • Three riding modes
  • Cruise control
  • Advanced trip computer
  • AUX socket
  • Auto cancel indicators
  • Adjustable windscreen
  • Hand guards
  • Aluminium luggage containers (optional)
  • Forged aluminium folding gear pedal (optional)
  • Handlebar risers (optional)
  • Heated grips (optional)
  • LED fog lights (optional)

Triumph Tiger XCx & XRx Colour Options:

  • Crystal White
  • Phantom Black
  • Caspian Blue

The only difference between both these new models is that the Tiger XCx gets spoke wheels, while the Tiger XRx will ride on alloy wheels. Both motorcycles have a slight ground clearance difference, thus the XCx is a more off-road compliant motorcycle and the XRx is a more touring type motorcycle.

Triumph India currently offers two adventure motorcycles in the form of Tiger Explorer and Tiger 800 XC. The Tiger XCx and XRx will join this lineup and will cost more than their 800 XC model on sale currently. We believe both these motorcycles will be priced upwards of INR 12,00,000 ex-showroom.

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