British two-wheeler manufacturer, Triumph Motorcycles were present at the third edition of India Bike week. During the two day motorcycle festival they showcased to its fans their two new adventure bikes for 2015.
Triumph Motorcycles India lifted the covers off their 2015 Tiger XCx and Tiger XRx models. They will be launched in India soon and were earlier showcased at the EICMA motor show in November, 2014. Also present at the stands was their complete range of motorcycle with a few custom crafted models.
2015 Triumph Tiger XCx and XRx engine specifications:
Both Adventure motorcycles get the same three-cylinder, liquid-cooled 800cc engine. This engine has been tuned to generate 92.68 horsepower, along with 79 Nm of peak torque output. Triumph has paired their engine to a six-speed gearbox.
2015 Triumph Tiger XCx and XRx Features:
- Tubular steel trellis frame
- Aluminium cast swingarm
- Cruise control
- Four-way traction control system
- Twin power sockets(only in Tiger XRx model)
- Alloy wheels(only in Tiger XRx model)
- 45mm USD front forks with 220mm travel
- Showa rear mono shock with hydraulic preload, damping and rebound adjustment
Triumph Motorcycles India has not revealed the pricing of its Tiger XRx and XCx models. Their Tiger 800 XC model is currently on sale for INR 12,04,000 ex-showroom, Mumbai and expect similar pricing for their 2015 models. We expect the British based manufacturer to launch these two new adventure bike by March, 2015 end.
Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India said, "We are delighted with the way things have panned out for us in India. Whether it is the sales figures we have achieved or the awards our motorcycles have won at various auto honors, it has been enormously rewarding stint so far."
He further added, "The love we have got from Triumph enthusiasts has been extremely humbling and India Bike Week provided us with the perfect platform to engage and bond with our customers as well as other motorcycling enthusiasts from all over the India and also different parts of the world."