New Triumph Explorer XCx India launch price INR 18.75 lakh
First launched in 2016, the flagship adventurer tourer now comes to India.
The New Triumph Explorer 1200 flagship adventure tourer was launched in international markets last year where it is available six variants – XC, XCx, XCa, XR, XRx and XRt. The XR variants are road biases whereas the XC variants are equipped for off-road usage. The one launched in India today, is the XCx trim.
All the variants are powered by a 1,215 cc inline three-cylinder engine which employs a shaft drive. Triumph says that the new engine will deliver more power and a linear torque curve throughout the rev range. The bike also gets a torque assisted clutch to reduce the effort required. Power output stands at 135.1 Bhp @ 9300 rpm and 121 Nm @ 6400 rpm.
New Triumph Explorer XCx semi active suspension system, corner sensitive ABS and traction control systems. The Tiger Explorer uses an inertial measurement unit to make its electronic systems aware of the real time lean angle. The base models employ adjustable WP suspension system.
Noteworthy features of the range topping variants include tyre pressure monitoring system, heated grips and seats, electrically controlled windscreens, up to 5 selectable ride modes, Brembo monobloc 4-piston radial calipers for front discs, advanced on-board computer, Hill Hold Control, 12 Power socket, underseat USB socket, cruise control, foglights, aluminium sump guard, and many more.
Triumph Explorer XCx Specs
|Engine||Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, In-line 3-cylinder|
|Power||135.1 Bhp @ 9300 rpm|
|Torque||121 Nm @ 6400 rpm|
|Front Brake||Twin 305mm floating discs, Nissin 4-piston calipers|
|Rear Brake||Single 282mm disc, Nissin 2-piston sliding caliper|
|Front Suspension||Kayaba 46mm upside down forks, adjustable preload, 190 mm travel|
|Rear Suspension||Kayaba monoshock with remote oil reservoir, 194 mm travel|
|Front Tyre||32-spoke 110/80 R 19|
|Rear Tyre||32-spoke 150/70 R 17|
|L x W x H||2248 x 885 x 1410 mm|
|Dry / Kerb Wt||235.5 kg / 267 kg|
|Fuel Tank||20 litres|
Sales have commenced across Triumph India dealerships. Deliveries will take place from next week. Triumph India aims to launch more motorcycles in the country and widen their dealership network to continue registering their impressive sales growth in the segment.