Sep 19, 2018

2016 Triumph Tiger Sport Released

2016 Triumph Tiger Sport
The new Triumph Tiger Sport is due in Australian dealerships.

The new Triumph Tiger Sport is about to arrive in Australian dealerships.

The bike was first shown in London in February and is vastly improved over the previous model.

There are 104 updates to the engine alone that have brought more performance, power and torque to the 1050cc triple.

The engine produces 93 kW and 106 Nm.

The next generation engine also has a new ECU and ride-by-wire throttle that has allowed the addition of many electronic rider aids to the bike.

2016 Triumph Tiger SportThe Tiger Sport now has three riding modes – road, rain and sport – ABS, switchable multi-level traction control and cruise control fitted as standard.

A new free-flowing flowing silencer not only sounds richer but also contributes to 8% better fuel economy.

Fuel consumption is now reportedly 5.2 l/100 km.

Triumph have fitted a new clutch system to the bike that gives up to 48% lighter lever action.

There’s an all-new instrument panel that has two trip meters and a live fuel gauge.

Ergonomics and rider comfort have been enhanced with a number of updates.

The new adjustable tinted screen has updated Aero diffusers, the bike has new footpegs with improved grip and adventure hand guards are now fitted as standard.

A new USB and 12V power socket allows riders to charge up personal equipment and help with the fitting of powered accessories.

Styling wise, the new Tiger Sport has a more imposing and sporty character with high quality sports adventure detailing & finishes.

MY16 Tiger Sport Aluminium SilverIt has redesigned mirrors, belly pan and heat shield, new badges and eye catching contemporary graphics.

The new livery is available in subtle matt black with neon yellow detailing or striking aluminium silver with red details.

Triumph says the new Tiger Sport gives a more thrilling and responsive riding experience, and that the new bike has been developed to be better in every way for the motorcyclist who wants a single bike that absolutely does it all.

It has a recommended retail price of $17,150 plus on road costs.