The Triumph Tiger 900 GT and Rally Pro.
The Triumph Tiger 900 GT and Rally Pro.Triumph

2024 Triumph Tiger 900 range launched in India at Rs 13.95 lakh

The range includes the Tiger 900 GT and Rally Pro versions, both of which have significant updates

Triumph’s updated middle-weight ADV range has been launched in India and the prices now start at Rs 13.95 lakh for the Tiger 900 GT and Rs 15.95 lakh for the Tiger 900 Rally Pro. The range has got several upgrades including design changes, more power and torque and even greater fuel efficiency. Triumph claims the bikes’ capabilities and comfort levels have also increased with this update.

Tiger 900 GT and Rally Pro design and features

The new Tiger 900 range has design updates that lend a more aggressive and adventure-focused stance with a redesigned beak, cockpit, and side panels. New paint schemes and graphics enhance the overall aesthetics, offering three striking options for each model.

Across both models, there's a new 7-inch TFT instrument display with updated graphics and a revised menu system, along with standard My Triumph Bluetooth connectivity. The Rally Pro version additionally includes heated seats, heated grips, and a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) as standard. Notably, both models get increased rider comfort with features like a new rider seat that is wider and a damped handlebar mounting system, which should reduce fatigue. Other features include optimised cornering ABS and traction control, various riding modes, Triumph Shift Assist (exclusive to the Rally Pro), illuminated switches, and an emergency deceleration warning system and prominent marker lights for improved visibility in adverse conditions.

The Tiger range gets a refresh design with a new beak.
The Tiger range gets a refresh design with a new beak.Triumph

Tiger 900 GT and Rally Pro chassis

The Tiger 900 range gets tailored suspension setups for both on-road and off-road terrains. The GT model boasts Marzocchi adjustable suspension with 45mm USD forks and a rear monoshock unit. On the other hand, the Rally Pro is equipped with Showa suspension comprising adjustable 45mm front forks and a rear monoshock. The GT variant gets 180mm of travel in front and 170mm in rear whereas the Rally Pro variants come with 240mm travel in front and 230mm in rear. Additionally, adjustable seat height (820-840mm for GT, 860-880mm for Rally Pro), further cater to diverse rider preferences.

The Rally Pro variants get 240mm of suspension travel in the front and 230mm in the rear.
The Rally Pro variants get 240mm of suspension travel in the front and 230mm in the rear.Triumph

Tiger 900 GT and Rally Pro powertrain

For 2024, the engine has got multiple updates including new pistons, cylinder head, inlet and exhaust camshafts and also new inlet trumpets. Additionally, Triumph has also fitted a new exhaust system. These upgrades mean a 13bhp peak power and 3Nm torque increase over the previous model. The liquid-cooled, 12-valve, DOHC, inline 3-cylinder engine offers a capacity of 888cc, now delivering 107bhp at 9,500rpm and 90Nm of torque at 6,850rpm.

Triumph claims that this enhancement, along with a T-plane crank and offset firing intervals, ensures improved performance across the rev range and up to nine per cent better fuel economy.

Tiger 900 GT and Rally Pro price and rivals

With these upgrades, prices for the ranges have also gone up. Compared to the previous starting point of Rs 13.7 lakh, the more affordable Tiger 900 GT now starts at Rs 13.95 lakh whereas the Tiger 900 Rally Pro now starts at Rs 15.95 lakh. The Tiger 900 range goes up against the Honda Africa Twin, Ducati Multistrada 950, BMW F 850 GS and F 900XR.

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