Triumph Motorcycles India has updated its portfolio with the launch of the Tiger 1200 range. The latest iteration of the adventure tourer is available in two variants – Rally and GT. We recently brought you the first look review of the two motorcycles. We also showcased the best images of the new Tiger 1200 Rally Pro from the first look review and you can see them here. In this article, we bring you the best images of the road-biased Tiger 1200 GT Pro.
Unlike the previous Tiger 1200, the latest iteration of the company’s flagship adventure tourer is available in two variants – Rally and GT. The GT variant is designed for touring with mild off-roading capabilities.
Thus, unlike the Rally version, the new Tiger 1200 GT Pro uses 19-inch front and 18-inch rear alloy wheels. These are wrapped in Metzeler-sourced Tourance tyres.
Similar to the Rally version, the GT Pro, too, uses Showa-sourced semi-active suspension. However, the GT version carries a suspension travel rating of 200mm as against 220mm on the Rally variant.
The styling cues are similar to the Rally Pro, and the GT Pro also uses a sleek LED headlight with an integrated LED DRL, an adjustable windscreen, a beak-style front, knuckle-guards, and a tall-set exhaust give.
The premium feature list comprises full-LED lighting, a Bluetooth-enabled colour-TFT display, backlit switchgear, and keyless operations. Meanwhile, the radar-based blind-spot detection system is only available on the Explorer version.
The standard 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 new Tiger 1200 range uses a BS6/Euro5-compliant 1,160cc, inline-three cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that produces a maximum power of 148bhp at 9,000rpm and a peak torque of 130Nm at 7,000rpm.
The motor is linked to a six-speed gearbox and the power is transferred to the rear wheel via a shaft drive system.
The anchoring tasks are handled by Brembo M4.30 Stylema monoblock radial callipers at the front. All variants use 320mm dual rotors at the front and a 282mm single disc at the back to handle the braking duties.
Similar to the Tiger 1200 Rally Pro, the GT version is available in three colours – Snowdonia White, Sapphire Black, and Lucerne Blue. The prices range between Rs 19.19 lakh and Rs 19.39 lakh (ex-showroom, India), depending on the colour selected.