The feature list is at par with its rivals and the Tiger 1200 range packs full-LED lighting, a Bluetooth-enabled colour-TFT display, and backlit switchgear. Triumph has upped the game a bit and thrown in features such as electronic suspension and keyless operations, including the fuel-filler lid, as standard equipment. Do note that the scrolling turn indicators that you see in the photographs are optional accessories.
All the electronics are customisable through the switchgear and it takes very little time to understand the system. It feels very intuitive and easy to operate. The only complaint we have is the lack of white background for the TFT display which is useful during daytime rides. You can, however, choose between two colour themes (Cobalt and Furnace) and adjust the brightness of the screen.
The electronic rider aids include engine maps, riding modes, traction control system, quick-shifter, hill-hold, and ABS. Then, the Bluetooth module brings access to navigation, music, phone, SMS, GoPro, and intercom system. The GT version gets five riding modes while the Rally variant benefits from six, with the Off-Road Pro being the additional one.