This is a motorcycle that's packed with more power, advanced ergonomics, contemporary style and the absolute highest level of state-of-the-art technology ever on a Tiger XR, all to deliver the ultimate road-focused adventure.
EXCITING NEW FEATURES
In terms of exciting additional features, the XRT stands above all others in the XR range, adding to its existing specification with; adaptive cornering lighting, Triumph Shift Assist, all-LED lighting, titanium and carbon fibre-wrapped Arrow silencer, five riding modes to tailor your ride, hill hold, heated grips and seats, and an electrically adjustable touring screen.
NEW WHEELS AND HIGH QUALITY TYRES
Significantly enhanced specifications for better all-round capability, the XRT has new stylish black aluminium cast wheels fitted with Metzeler Tourance tubeless tyres (front R19 x 3", rear R17 x 4.5").
Practical enhancements offer an altogether better ride for a wider range of riders and riding styles; including a more comfortable seat compound, and new handlebar position to improve control both off-road and on.
The XRT has five riding modes, enhancing control for every riding environment. With 'Rain', 'Road', ‘Off-Road’, 'Sport' and 'Rider Programmable’ modes, the XR
Single 282 mm disc, Nissin 2-piston sliding caliper, switchable ABS
Instrument Display and Functions
TFT multifunctional instrument pack with digital speedometer, trip computer, digital tachometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, service indicator, ambient temperature, clock and six rider modes (Road/Offroad/Off-Road Pro/Sport/Track/Rider-Customisable)
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