VIDEO| Check our test ride with the new Triumph Tiger 800 in its top-spec version
Triumph sharpened the claws of its Tiger 800 range for 2018: more than 200 chassis and engine updates, claims Triumph. Among them, a revised triple engine with more torque and power (95 hp), improved ergonomics, a completely new dashboard and a lot of touring features such as the heated (and more comfortable) seats, illuminated buttons and a new 5-level adjustable windscreen.
So the new Tiger 800 should be better both on-road and off-road. Our XCa version was also equipped with an aluminum engine guard, crash bars, Arrow exhaust, and some auxiliary lights to complete the new full-LED headlight – which looks very sporty and cool.
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Triumph Tiger 800 has some serious rivals – the new BMW F850GS and Honda Africa Twin.