The top specification Tiger 800 XRT offers even greater capability for exciting on road adventures as well as confidently taking you off the beaten track when the road runs out.
As you would expect with the top of the range model, the XRT is a ride which combines premium comfort and all-out adventure, with a smooth delivery and confidence-inducing capability.
SHORTER RATIO FIRST GEAR
The new shorter ratio first gear delivers enhanced low-speed traction and instant responsiveness right when you need it most, both off-road and on.TAKE A TEST RIDE
NEW LIGHTER EXHAUST
The new lighter, freer flowing exhaust delivers an even better Triple soundtrack.TAKE A TEST RIDE
Fully-loaded with rider-focused technology; all-LED lighting system (including DRL), new full-colour TFT Instruments, new ergonomically designed switchcubes and 5-way joystick, updated cruise control, five riding modes, and heated seats & grips.TAKE A TEST RIDE
HIGH SPECIFICATION SUSPENSION
Front Showa suspension adjustable forks have 180mm of travel, rear suspension is delivered by a Showa monoshock set-up which is hydraulically adjustable for pre-load with a 170mm rear wheel travel,TAKE A TEST RIDE
New stylish, premium bodywork, contemporary and dynamic stance and high quality badges, details and graphics accompany new colours.TAKE A TEST RIDE
WHEELS & TYRES
The Tiger 800 XRT is fitted with Metzeler Tourance Next tyres and a 19’’ cast front wheel, providing confidence-inspiring traction and control in a range of environments.TAKE A TEST RIDE
Practical enhancements offer an altogether better ride; including the new five-position adjustable screen and aero deflectors, a more comfortable seat compound, and new handlebar position to improve control both off-road and on.TAKE A TEST RIDE
ADJUSTABLE SEAT HEIGHT
The Tiger 800 XRT features an adjustable ‘2 position’ seat mechanism allowing the rider to lower seat height by 20mm from 830mm to 810mm to suit their individual riding style and preferred position.TAKE A TEST RIDE
7 reasons to ride
The Tiger 800 is without doubt one of Triumph's best-loved motorcycles – and possibly the most critically acclaimed – with a bloodline originating from the first competition Tigers’ gold medals at the 1936 International Six Days Trial.
Here are seven reasons why we love riding the Tiger 800!