Triumph Announces Pricing for 2011 Australian Product Line-Up

The Australian division of Triumph has just announced pricing for the 2011 line-up, with the company’s all-new adventure bike, the Tiger 800, to retail from AU$14,390 when it goes on sale in March next year. The cost of the more road-oriented version of the two new bikes will rise to AU$15,390 for the ABS version.

The Tiger 800 rolls on cast alloy wheels, with a 19-inch rim up the front. An adjustable seat can be set to either 830mm or 810mm, while an even lower optional seat is also available, which drops the perch by a further 20mm. The bike is suspended by a Showa 43mm inverted fork up the front with a Showa monoshock at the rear.

On the other hand, the Triumph Tiger 800 XC is, as you know by now, the off-road oriented variant of the model, and it will retail for AU$16,290 (AU$17,290 for ABS).

The 800 XC, with its longer-travel suspension, spoked rims (including a 21-in item at the front, versus the 19-inch front rim of the road model) and handguards, is closest in spec to BMW’s F 800 GS, which sells in Australia for AU$17,350.

Meanwhile, the updated America and Speedmaster will retail for AU$13,990 (both on sale in January), the Thunderbird Storm for $21,990 (March), and the heavily revised Speed Triple will be $17,140 (February).

Meanwhile, Triumph has also revised pricing on some of its 2010 models, dropping the Tiger 1050 to AU$14,990, the Daytona 675 to AU$13,890, while both the Speedmaster and America are now AU$13,990.
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