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|Predecessor||Triumph Tiger 800|
|Bore / stroke||78.0 × 61.9 mm|
|Power||70 kW @ 8750 rpm|
|Torque||87 Nm @ 7250 rpm|
The Triumph Tiger 900 is a dual-sport motorcycle launched in 2020 by British manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles. It is the successor of the Triumph Tiger 800. Compared to its predecessor, it is a completely new design with additional features and a larger 888 cm³ engine running at a big-bang firing order.
It is offered in six variants:
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