2018 Triumph Tiger 1200 Review

VIDEO | Triumph heavily updated its Tiger for 2018: lighter, faster, more agile. But how does it really feel?

The 2018 Triumph Tiger 1200 comes with… 100 improvements according to Triumph: 10 kilograms lighter, revamped engine, improved electronics, LED lights with cornering lights, new dash, backlit buttons on the handlebar. It comes with every comfort and electronic feature you might think about. But how does it really feel? 

We took the new Triumph Tiger 1200 for a three days ride on highways, curvy roads and a bit of soft off-road - it wasn’t fitted with the right tires for enduro. Our first impressions in the video above. 

Watch more: we put the new Tiger 1200 agains the R1200GS and the KTM 1290 Super Adventure S to find out which one is better for 2018. Watch the comparison film. 

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