Triumph Motorcycles launches adventure bikes Tiger XRx, XCx

    Triumph Motorcycles introduced two new Tiger 800 models. The new Tiger 800 is a positioned as an adventure motorcycle with the Tiger 800 XRx focused more on road riding whereas the Tiger 800 XCx has a more off-road intent.

    Vimal Sumbly, managing director, Triumph Motorcycles India said, "Over the last one year, we have seen a growing interest in the adventure category. To address an emerging need in the Indian market, we have launched the Tiger XRx & Tiger XCx. To give an excellent value proposition, the new Tiger's will be assembled locally through the CKD route in India. Both the Tiger's boast of rider focused technology, efficient triple engine and are available at attractive prices thereby ensuring that they stand apart. They have been developed to optimize the ride both on and off-road."

    Triumph Motorcycles India has been riding high on the success of achieving record sales of over 1,300 motorcycles in its first year with a pan-India reach with 10 fully operational dealerships. With the launch of these two new Tiger's the Triumph's India portfolio will now retail 13 motorcycles in 5 motorcycling categories. Triumph is also looking to expand its footprint in India, with 2 more dealerships coming up soon.

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