The latest technology has been incorporated seamlessly into the new Tiger line-up to help you ride further, for longer, more safely and in total comfort. Here are just a few highlights.
Both Explorers come equipped with an all-new Triumph Blind Spot Radar system, developed in partnership with Continental, which delivers two key safety features with Blind Spot Assist and Lane Change Assist.
All-new Showa suspension automatically adjusts to the payload, and the semi-active system continuously monitors and adjusts the damping as you ride, with the rider being able to select their desired settings at the touch of a button. No tools, no compromise for the conditions, just the ideal set-up when you need it.
Up to six riding modes alter the throttle response, Traction Control, ABS and suspension settings to suit rider preferences and terrain.
The fully keyless system means no struggling with gloves, and assists with speedy fuel stops. There is an option to disable wireless functionality for even greater security when you are away from your bike.
Multi-setting heated grips come as standard on all models except the GT, with the Explorer variants also benefiting from independently adjustable heated rider and pillion seats.
Hill-hold control, all-LED lighting with adaptive cornering lights, a bonded 7” TFT screen, cruise control, USB charger, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) and a light-action, hydraulically actuated slip and assist clutch all combine to add the highest level of safety, comfort and luxury to the Tiger 1200’s exciting and dynamic performance (features may not be present as standard on all models).
Triumph Tiger 1200: the world-beating all-roads adventure bike, perfected by you…