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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Triumph India Tiger XCA - Rs. 13.75 lakh

Triumph Motorcycles India have added one more variant to its adventure range by launching the Tiger 800 XCA at an ex-showroom Delhi price of Rs 13.75 lakh.
The latest Tiger, the 800 XCA shares the mechanicals and cycle parts with the Tiger 800 XCx but comes equipped with more standard equipment.
The Triumph Tiger 800 XCA is now the top of the line variant in the Tiger 800 series, in addition to the 800 XR, 800 XRx and the 800 XCx.  Like its closest variant, the 800 XCx, the Tiger 800 XCA also comes equipped with traction control, switchable ABS, and ride-by-wire throttle with programmable rider modes.
The Tiger 800 XCA features additional standard equipment like heated rider and passenger seats, LED fog lamps and an uprated 650W alternator complete with 3 auxiliary sockets to power anything from heated clothing to GPS sytems.
The Tiger 800 XCA also features aluminium pannier rails making it ready to tour with optional Expedition luggage set. The Tiger 800 XCA will be powered by the same second generation liquid-cooled in-line three 800cc engine, which makes 95PS power. 
Source: Zigwheels
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Item Reviewed: Triumph India Tiger XCA - Rs. 13.75 lakh Description: Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Sheldon Dcruz
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