Triumph will release its 2024 Tiger 900 range before year’s end, bringing significant performance upgrades and a higher level of standard equipment across the line-up.
For 2024, the Triumph Tiger 900 will be available in three variants: the GT ($21,850 rideaway) and GT Pro ($24,790), as well as the off-road-focussed Rally Pro ($25,950). This means that the regular Rally variant has been discontinued with the 2024 model update.
Most significantly, the updated Tiger 900 benefits from a 13 per cent power increase, with the 888cc triple-cylinder engine now outputting 79kW and 90Nm. This translates to a 7kW and 2Nm boost compared to the outgoing model.
The bike should also be safer than its predecessor thanks to upgrades to the Brembo braking package and a new emergency deceleration warning which activates the hazard lights under hard braking conditions.
Also new is a 7.0-inch TFT dash with upgraded software, a USB-C charger mounted in the cockpit, and Triumph’s proprietary Bluetooth system now included as standard.
A new seat which is flatter and roomier (and heated on Pro variants) can be height-adjusted by 20mm, and is said to be comfier over long distances.
New handlebars are damped, also aiding long-distance comfort, while the Rally Pro’s ‘bars are 15mm closer to the rider befitting its off-road-focussed positioning.
Also distinguishing the 2024 Tiger 900 range is revised bodywork and graphics packages.
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