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TRIUMPH Tiger 900 Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 8
First production year: 1993
 

1999 - 2000

The 2000 MY Triumph Tiger 900 is an all-road machine that quickly became one of the Hinckley firm's top sellers across the globe. A good powerplant, capable of smooth power delivery throughout the rev range, rigid yet comfortable chassis and a good suspension connected to wire-spoked wheels is the recipe for success the Brits embodied in the Tiger 900. The two-wheeler can be rode on an e...




 

1998 - 1999

The 1999 MY Triumph Tiger features a number upgrades in the aesthetics department that give it a more aggressive, edgy look. New colours, lime green, dark blue and yellow complement the newly-added stripe vynil in the fuel tank. In addition to the visual upgrades comes a new engine mapping that produces more power and more torque. In all the other departments, the Tiger has remained the same...




 

1997 - 1998

The 1998 MY Triumph Tiger 900 is an all-road motorcycle that has the "British spirit" incorporated in its design, technology and mechanics. Sturdy, reliable and easy to maintain in every aspect of its build, one can ride the Tiger in city traffic, on countryside roads and, if it is fitted with adequate tires, even on a light woodlands dirt track. The Tiger 900 comes standard with a ...




 

1996 - 1997

After Triumph rose from its ashes in 1991, it employed the so-called "modular design", which meant that almost all of its models shared the same engine and chassis, in the same displacement category. Well, almost every model, because the Tiger 900 is the one that has the least of this design incorporated within it. Yes, it may have the same 885 powerfactory as the Trident, the Daytona ...




 

1996 - 1997

The 1997 MY Triumph Tiger is essentially the two-wheel version of the Range Rover. British-built and designed, it was imagined as a paved-road vehicle that won't shy away from a gravel or dirt track from time to time. Sporting the same triple cylinder, 885cc lump as many of its Triumph siblings, it has fewer horsepower than them, but with a more flat torque curve almost throughout the r...




 

1995 - 1996

The 1996 MY Triumph Tiger 900 sports a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 885cc, transverse three cylinder engine capable of producing 85 horsepower and 82 Nm of torque. It's a fairly powerful lump, and won't disappoint on almost any type of road. The machine handles moderately in bends, mostly because it has the same frame and chassis as the other models from Triumph, but the upright posi...




 

1994 - 1995

The most versatile and diverse model the Hinckley firm has launched, the 1995 MY Triumph Tiger 900 can be considered a road bike, a tourer and even a light enduro, with the condition that one fits it with the proper tires. Sporting a liquid-cooled, four stroke, 885cc, transverse three cylinder engine, capable of producing 85 horsepower and 82 Nm of torque, it is more than capable of getting the ...




 

1993 - 1994

The 1994 MY Triumph Tiger 900 is what one might call the "black sheep" among the first Triumph models, since it was reborn in 1991. It does not share almost any of the technical specifications with the other models, being mostly designed by the British engineers from scratch. It's a touring motorcycle by default, but its light weight and narrow body mean it can also be taken fo...