Triumph launches Tiger Explorer XCx in India: All you need to know
Updated On : 25 Jul 2017,04:58 PM
British niche bike maker Triumph on Tuesday launched its new model Tiger Explorer XCx in India priced at Rs 18.75 lakh (pan India). The Explorer XCx is powered by a 1,215cc triple engine and has features such as ABS and traction control, Triumph Motorcycles India said in a statement. Commenting on the launch, Triumph Motorcycles India Managing Director Vimal Sumbly said with its state-of-the-art features and rider focused technology, the Tiger Explorer XCx is suited for both on and off road riding, ensuring superb stability and control.
Triumph Tiger family has been pivotal in building the adventure riding category and culture in India. The model features an inertial measurement unit that uses sensors to monitor and respond to the bike’s movement status to calculate the lean angle.
Triumph has over 4,000 customers in total in India. It sells a range of premium motorcycles across various categories, including adventure and touring, cruisers and classics.
These include Tiger Explorer family, Rocket III, Bonneville Bobber, Daytona 675, Street Triple family, among others.
The Tiger Explorer has twin 302mm disc brakes in the front and a single 282mm disc brake at the rear. Triumph is also equipped with electronically controlled Semi-Active Suspension (SAS) and Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU).
Designed for the adventure lovers, it is said to be the most feature-loaded bike of the company till date. Presently, the company vends only one model Triumph Tiger Explorer XC in the Tiger Explorer