Whenever we're asked to talk about a bloody good motorbike that's good at just being a bloody good motorbike, we think of the Tiger 800 range. Here's a bike you can jump on a ride just about anywhere in comfort, that's light enough to manage anywhere but bit enough to provide real comfort. Show it a country road and it will happily scrape the pegs as it takes each corner in its stride.
Lovely flexible engine, and great power delivery. It's supremely confident in the rain, and honestly might be one of the easiest bikes to ride. A classic
With cast wheels , 19” front wheel, hydraulically adjustable Showa monoshock suspension and a torque-laden 95 PS 800cc triple engine the XR is ideally suited both for long road adventures and every-day functionality. Rider technology comes as standard with ride-by-wire throttle for improved response and feel, Triumph Traction Control and switchable ABS. Together with a chassis designed to exploit every ounce of torque from the triple engine and adjustable seat height for excellent comfort: you have the perfect machine to tackle the day ahead.
Adventure riding has a new pioneer.
Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Bore X Stroke
74.1 mm x 61.9mm
Max Power Output
95PS (70 KW) @ 9250 RPM
79NM @ 7850
Fuel Tank Capacity
2215mm x 795 mm x 1350mm
810 - 830 mm (790 – 810 mm with Accessory Low Seat)
Tyre Size Front
Tyre Size Rear
Brakes Type Front
Twin 308mm floating discs, Nissin 2-piston sliding calipers, Switchable ABS
Brakes Type Rear
Single 255mm disc, Nissin single piston sliding caliper, Switchable ABS
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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