Like most other bike makers, Triumph too has had to bump up engine capacity on the new Tiger to comply with the Euro V standards without compromising of the performance. The new engine displaces 888cc and the result is the new Tiger 900! The name pays homage to the model from 93, which was the first Triumph Tiger to embark on the adventure motorcycle genre. As before, it is only the engine that is common to the new Tiger 900 line-up, while the chassis and suspension are different for the new GT and Rally lines, which replace the road going XR and off-road biased XC lines of the outgoing Tiger 800. Of the many sub-variants that these model lines posses, the Tiger 900 GT Pro, Rally and Rally Pro models will head to India this April. Watch the review to know what to expect and if you should consider this new middleweight adventure bike contender.