Triumph Tiger 800 XC Bike Overview
This middleweight machine is ideal for taller riders with a seat height of 845mm (this is adjustable) with slightly longer and wider forks compared to its 800 brother.
Triumph always go above and beyond to make sure all of their models are top quality, even down to making sure there’s decent underseat storage to a slick gearbox and amazing throttle response. You know you’re in safe hands when it comes to Triumph.
If you’re looking to purchase a Tiger 800 XC, you can find used models on the market from £5,000.
Take a look at the Triumph Tiger 800 XC in action…
Triumph Tiger 800 XC Bike Spec
- Top speed130mph
- Average fuel consumption43mpg
- Seat height845mm
- EngineLiquid cooled, four stroke, DOHC, 4v
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I have just done a 350 mile ride with very few stops and the bike handles well even when i was starting to tire. very comfortable.
marks on the rear wheel . Triumph changed this under warranty
It has Brembo brakes with ABS and it stops really well.
It runs smooth and is very stable and goes round corners like its on rails.
The bike has an 800cc engine and it will reach 60mph very quickly and is very responsive.
I find it a very economical. Not sure how much it cost to run over a year but it cost £35 to do a 350 mile trip.
I have not come across any roads that the bike couldn't handle and still give me a very comfortable ride
I love the engine, from travelling around big cities to mile munching on motorways everything is so effortless.
It has in my opinion a very expensive service schedule. This is partly due to the hourly rate my local dealers charge. 10% of the new bike cost on A 12,000 mile service. 50+ miles to the gallium easily when touring and 40+ around town
I've had issues with steering head races need to be replaced at 5,000 miles and ignition locks coming loose. Triumph have been very good at addressing these issues
What can I say? They stop me every time I use them