The new Tiger Explorer family has been conceived, designed and built to deliver the ultimate transcontinental adventure motorcycle for every adventure rider.
The new Triumph Explorer range is divided into two distinct model variants - the XR series, designed and optimised to deliver the ultimate on-road ride, and the XC series is designed to excel off-road. Both the XR and XC models are more than capable of performing in either environment. The range-topping Explorer XCa and Explorer XRt models offer an unprecedented level of equipment and technology to provide a motorcycle completely prepared for any adventure – no matter the distance or destination.
All models, from the range-entry Explorer XR and Explorer XC through to the top tier XCa and XRt, feature a 1215cc triple engine, unique in the large capacity adventure segment, delivering its power through a final shaft drive. The triple engine’s power is delivered smoothly and progressively across the rev and speed ranges through its linear torque curve. A torque-assisted clutch makes the clutch action incredibly light, in turn making both long distances and stop-start urban riding less demanding on the rider. The engine performance is also enhanced through a new exhaust system, with a distinctive resonant note.
The new Tiger Explorer features a host of technological upgrades with a particular emphasis on state-of-the-art active technology to ensure superb stability and control.
The new Tiger Explorer’s overall performance is given a new level of dynamism through the use of WP adjustable suspension on the two entry level models. The other four models feature the ground-breaking Triumph Semi Active Suspension system. This allows the rider to electronically control the adjustment of the front and rear suspension damping, automatically adapting the rear shock absorber pre-load settings to reflect the terrain being covered and providing optimal grip and drive in any situation.
To give the rider the handling, control and response they want to negotiate well-made roads and broken terrain in all conditions, the Tiger Explorer offers as standard multi-channel switchable ABS and traction control on the entry level XR and XC models.
A new engine with more power, improved handling, rider and active rider
-focused technology packaged in a family of bikes with a contemporary look and style that are distinctly their own. Featuring sharp new lines giving a stylish and muscular look and combining to deliver enhanced rider and passenger thermal comfort. Additionally all models introduce a first-in-class electrically adjustable screen that allows the rider to constantly tailor aero protection and comfort whilst riding.
The new Triumph Tiger Explorer range, with its choice of specifications and switchable, selectable and programmable features, is a range of bikes that allows riders to tailor their desired adventure, to go anywhere and everywhere from the daily commute to the corners of the earth.
Available in Jet Black, Phanton Black (metallic) and Crystal White (metallic)
The Triumph Explorer XR has the following features as standard:
|Max Power||139 PS/137 Bhp (102 kW) @ 9,300 rpm|
|Max Torque EC||123 Nm @ 6,200 rpm|
|Brakes Front||Dual 305 mm floating discs, Brembo monobloc 4-piston radial calipers, switchable ABS|
|Brakes Rear||Single 282mm disc, Nissin 2-piston sliding caliper, switchable ABS|
|Front Suspension||WP 48 mm upside down forks, rebound and compression damping adjustment on fork caps, 190mm travel|
|Rear Suspension||WP monoshock, rebound damping adjustment, 193mm wheel travel, hydraulic preload adjustment|
|Handlebar width||830 mm|
|Height Without Mirror||1400 mm (1470 mm with higher screen position)|
|Seat Height||837-857 mm|
|Dry Weight||244 Kg|
|Tank Capacity||20 Litres|
All finance examples are based on the base colour, and there may be a variance on a different colour choice. Please contact us for an full presentation of your finance quote, including any changes to deposit or Guaranteed Future Value which you may want to make.
Representative Example, provided for illustration purposes only.
In PCP finance examples, the final payment is optional and is the minimum guaranteed value of the bike (providing the bike isn't damaged or beyond reasonable wear and tear for the age and mileage).
Your options at the end of a PCP agreement are to either hand the bike back to the finance company, use the bike as a part exchange against a new one or pay the final payment and take ownership of the bike.
In all cases of finance, the motorcycle belongs to the finance house until the final payment is made at the end of the agreement.
PCP agreements work best when you have a low deposit, want to have low manageable monthly payments and intend to part exchange or sell the bike at the end of the agreement. If you have a significant deposit, can afford higher monthly payments or plan to keep the bike beyond the term of the agreement then a finance proposal based on a regular monthly payment without a deferred final payment may provide the lowest total cost. We can talk you through all of the options we can offer.
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