Triumph showcases 2014 Tiger 800XC Special Edition, Thunderbird Commander and Thunderbird LT at EICMA
At the 2013 EICMA, Triumph had on showcase, the updated 2014 editions of the Tiger 800XC Special Edition, the Thunderbird Commander and the Thunderbird LT.
The Volcanic Black primary colour is highlighted with use of some fiery red
The Tiger 800XC Special Edition gets a new paintjob. The Volcanic Black primary colour is highlighted with use of some fiery red. The frame is painted red while the exhaust heat shields, handlebar and grab rails are in black. Standard features include switchable ABS, a long travel 45mm upside down front fork and a 21-inch multi-spoke front wheel. It is powered by the same liquid-cooled 799cc inline three cylinder engine that makes 94PS of power and 78Nm of torque. Additional features include adjustable handle bar and seat, a coded-key immobilizer and pillion seat with large grab handles.
The Thunderbird Commander is powered by a 1699cc parallel-twin engine that delivers a power output of 92PS and 150Nm of peak torque
The Thunderbird Commander is the more chromed version of the Triumph cruiser lineup. It is powered by a 1699cc parallel-twin engine that delivers a power output of 92PS and 150Nm of peak torque. The steering neck is pushed back and it gets pullback handlebars. A lower/ thicker seat pan, internal handlebar wiring, Commander badging, and Art Deco LED tail lamps and rear indicator assembly add to the cruiser look. In the suspension department, 47mm Showa forks offer 120mm of travel while the chromed 5-way preload adjustable twin Showa shocks offer 95mm of travel. Braking is done by Nissin four-piston caliper with twin 310mm discs in the front and a Brembo two-piston caliper with single 310mm disc at the rear.
Most of the Thunderbird LT remains the same as the Commander
Most of the Thunderbird LT remains the same as the Commander. It gets white-walled radial tyres developed by Avon, chrome embellishes and highlights, single front headlight, auxiliary running lamps, Triumph badge on the tank, LED tail lights, aluminum footboards and adjustable heel-toe controls.
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