Triumph has renewed its Tiger 900 range for 2024, the three-model range comprising the Tiger 900 GT, GT Pro and Rally Pro. Each gets a step-up in performance, comfort and specification.
The triple cylinder engine has undergone a thorough update, resulting in a 13 per cent power hike (108hp; 80kW@9500rpm) and increase in peak torque to 90Nm at 6850rpm. This makes it stronger in the lower rev range while retaining its distinctive sound, and achieving a nearly 10 per cent improvement in fuel economy.
Also better is braking performance for improved control and shorter stopping distances, while the hazard lights activate under emergency braking.
Other new bits for 2024 include seven-inch TFT instruments, a USB-C cockpit charger, and My Triumph Bluetooth connectivity on all models. An updated seat is flatter and roomier, with heater elements on both Pro models, enhancing long-distance comfort. All models also feature 20mm of seat height adjustability while a heated low rider seat is available that lowers seat height by 40mm overall to 800mm.
Enhancing long distance comfort further is a damped handlebar mounting system. Moreover, the Rally Pro now has bars that are 15mm closer, making for a more agile ride while sitting or standing.
To differentiate the 2024 models, there’s new bodywork across the beak, cockpit and side panels, along with new paint schemes.
An Akrapovič silencer is one of more than 50 accessories, while customers can also choose from any of four accessory packs, dubbed Performance, Protection, Trekker and Expedition kits.
As before, the range comes with cornering ABS and traction control thanks to its IMU, up to six riding modes, and all-LED lighting. The Pro models get a quickshifter and heated grips and seats, along with tyre pressure monitoring. Brembo Stylema monobloc brakes are standard fit to all models and front and rear braking effort is balanced for reduced front-end dive.
Suspension spec depends on the model, each tuned for maximum road and off-road capability. The GT and GT Pro feature Marzocchi 45mm USD fully adjustable cartridge forks, and rear suspension unit with adjustable preload and rebound damping and 180mm fork travel and 170mm rear wheel travel. The GT Pro gets electronically adjustable rear suspension instead of manual, while the Rally Pro comes with full adjustable 45mm USD Showa forks and fully adjustable rear suspension unit offering 240 and 230mm of travel, respectively. The trio come with a lightweight modular frame, an adjustable screen (five steps over 50mm) and a 20L fuel tank.
The road focused GT and GT Pro have 19-inch front wheels and 17-inch rears, while the Rally Pro has a 21-inch front and 17-inch rear.
Tyres are Metzler Tourance Next for the road-going machines, and Bridgestone Battlax Adventure for the Rally Pro model. Wet weight for the trio ranges from 219-228kg while mean fuel use figure is around 4.7L/100km. Service intervals are 10,000km/12 months.
Pricing and specification will be made available closer to the launch date in 2024.