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Old 04-11-2016, 11:20 AM   #1
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Triumph Tiger Sport Specs revealed

126hp 78lbft 10300

Triumph Tiger Sport Specs revealed




TRIUMPH has done its usual trick of waiting until the press launch before revealing specifications of a new bike, in this case the 2016 Tiger Sport.

The updated 1050 triple makes a claimed 126hp at 9,475rpm and 78.1lbft at 7,000rpm. Triumph says mid-range power is up by around 5% on the outgoing model while torque is up 4%.

Clinging stubbornly to dry-weight figures, the firm tells us it tips the scales at 218kg and will do 54mpg.

It’s got an 830mm seat height, a 20-litre tank and comes with self-cancelling indicators, a power socket and a £10,300 on-the-road price tag.

There are two colour schemes – ‘matt jet’ black and ‘aluminium’ silver – and it’s due to arrive in UK dealers on April 23, with over 40 optional accessories.


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