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Tiger XCA

Rs13,62,581
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 Triumph's Tiger XCA is their latest dual purpose motorcycle meant for touring as well as off-roading. In terms of styling, it resembles the Tiger XCX, but is positioned above it with few additional features. The front is dominated by the double-barrel headlamps attached to high-set handlebars resting on a pair of long-travel upside-down (USD) forks. Right on top of the headlamps is a transparent windshield to control the wind blasts. The instrument console gets an LCD, which displays all t....

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Tiger XCA Price & Offers in Delhi

The least priced variant is  Triumph Tiger 800 2018 XR  priced at Rs. 13,62,581 and the most priced variant is Triumph Tiger 800 XCa  priced at Rs. 17,34,224.

Tiger XCA Price List

VariantSpecsPrice
XR 800 cc,Rs13,62,581
XRx 800 cc,Rs15,36,469
XCx 800 cc,Rs16,08,195
XCa 800 cc,Rs17,34,224
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Engine 800 cc

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 Triumph's Tiger XCA is their latest dual purpose motorcycle meant for touring as well as off-roading. In terms of styling, it resembles the Tiger XCX, but is positioned above it with few additional features. The front is dominated by the double-barrel headlamps attached to high-set handlebars resting on a pair of long-travel upside-down (USD) forks. Right on top of the headlamps is a transparent windshield to control the wind blasts. The instrument console gets an LCD, which displays all the info except for the tacho, which is analog. Underneath the engine is a skid plate to protect the engine when off-roading. The tyres get old-school multi-spoke aluminium wheels with Nissin sourced double disc anchors on the front and a single disc at the back. USD forks on the front as well as the monoshock at the rear are manufactured by WP. Towards the rear, there's a twinsided cast aluminium alloy swingarm.

 
The features to differentiate it from the XCX include GPS mounting kit, heated grips, heated rider and pillion seat, aluminium pannier rails, fog lamps and three 12V power sockets. Features carried over include cruise control, multiple riding modes, adjustable windshield, and hazard lights. Safety   is given some serious consideration with the inclusion of switchable ABS and traction control.
 
The bike is powered by a liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, three-cylinder, 800cc motor pumping out 95 PS of power at 9250 RPM and 79 Nm of torque at 7850 RPM linked to a six-speed transmission. The bike measures 2215mm long, 845mm wide and 1390mm high. It is ready to tackle any terrain thrown at it with the 215mm of ground clearance. The seat height and wheelbase measure 850mm and 1545mm, respectively. The fuel tank capacity stands at 19 litres and the manufacturer claimed fuel efficiency figure is 33 km/l at a constant speed of 90 km/h, which gives the bike a theoretical range of over 600 km. It's available in Matte Khaki Green and Crystal White colours. Besides the obvious cannibalism, this dual-purpose bike will try to eat into the sales of Suzuki V-Storm.
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