Triumph Tiger XRx and XRc India launch soon
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Triumph Tiger XRx and XRc India launch soon

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Triumph India has announced the launch of Triumph Tiger XRx and XRc in India soon. Both bikes are being showcased at the ongoing 2015 India Bike week. 2015 Triumph Tiger XRx and XRc variants make for individual levals of customisation. XRx caters to road riding with some off-roading, and XCx is more focused on off-roading. Both Triumph Tiger XRx and XRc use the 3-cylinder 800cc inline liquid cooled triple engine with improved fuel efficiency. XRx uses a six-speed transmission as seen in Street Triple.

Triumph Tiger XRx and XRc
Triumph Tiger XRx and XRc to launch in India. Revealed at India Bike Week 2015.

Triumph Tiger XRx features an additional 12V auxiliary power socket, advanced trip computer (average speed, fuel consumption, total travel time, etc), Road and Off-Road riding modes (3 configurable modes), four-mode traction control, cruise control, hand guards, and an adjustable windscreen. Triumph Tiger XRx and XRc feature all of the above. XRc also sports an aluminium sump guard.

Triumph Tiger 800 series with ‘x’ as part of the badging denotes top end. XRx rides on 19″ Pirelli Scorpion Trail alloy wheels up front, and 17″ rear wheels. Triumph Tiger XRx’ adjustable rear suspension improves ride quality when accompanied by pillion and luggage. Twin disc brakes up front and a single disc at the rear enhance safety. ABS is a standard fitment, and can be further customised as per riding mode on x variants. Triumph XRx mileage is pegged at 17kpl. Triumph XCx run son spoked wheels and WP suspension.

X variants use throttle maps. The four modes cater to varying weather and riding conditions: rain, road, sport, and off-road. Riding modes include road, off-road, and programmable rider mode. for the latter, the rider can select their chosen settings for ABS, Traction Control, and x Throttle Maps independently. ABS or Traction Control can be disabled by coming to a stop, and pushing mode button. At 2015 India Bike week, alongwith Triumph Tiger XRx and XRc bikes, Triumph Motorcycles India has showcased its special feature Triumph Scrambler done by Rajputana Custom Motorcycles.