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Triumph Tiger 800 XCa
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We Want Your Tiger 800
First launched in 2010, the tiger 800 has become one of Triumph’s best successful selling bikes and brilliant all-rounder adventure bike. With a starting price of £8500 OTR back in 2015. At that time, new ranges were added to the list of 800.
The XCx and XRx bosting better fuel consumption from the redesigned engines gaining more miles per gallon. A more modern look body with ABS and traction control as standard.
The newer versions, the XCx and the XRx, came with cruise control and switchable ABS. The XR deemed to be more pacific use for the road, and XC was more designed for off-road use, being 35mm taller and better suspension, having added crash bars and sump guards for protection.
The Tiger is powered by an inline three-cylinder engine, DOHC 12 valve unit. That produced a healthy 94bhp. The bike can be tuned by Triumph, so it would become suitable for A2 licence holders.
Triumph Tiger 800 Updates
In 2018 the Tiger was updated and is known as the third generation. Triumph claimed at this stage, they had introduced over 200 modifications from the previous model. The new model has top class long distance and comfortable, the engine is fun now, and the handling is like a road bike. It was launched with a starting price of £12k for the XRt model, but you could pick up a base model XR from just over £9k from Triumph. Overall the new version is smooth to ride with lots of upgrades that make the experience of riding this middleweight adventure bike a good one. The Tiger seems to do everything you need it to. For the average-sized rider, you probably would need a bigger one.
Braking power is supplied by Brembo and has disk sets and are more than adequate for the 800. Showa adjustable suspension front and rear giving comfort to the ride. The motorbike has a 19-inch front wheel and a 17-inch rear wheel. Spoked. Versions are fitted on the off-road versions XRt.
The XRt was top of the range, TFT dash, LED lights, spoked wheels, heated grips, and heated seats for both rider and passenger.
Triumph Tiger XCa
'I want to sell my Tiger 800'
If you have a Triumph Tiger 800 and want to sell it, why not get a price from us today. Fill out your motorbike's reg above, and a few extra details. We will then get back to you within 24 hours with a competitive price for your bike. If you are happy with the price, we will arrange for someone to pick up your bike from your home (usually within 48 hours). Payment will be made directly into your bank account on inspection at your property. It's as simple as that.
Why Sell Your Tiger 800 To Us?
Selling your bike to us is safe & secure. Selling your motorcycle to a private buyer can be risky. Many people have had their bikes stolen after allowing the buyer to test drive their motorbike and have them ride off and not return. The seller then has the problem of claiming on the dreaded insurance, as many insurers will not payout when the motorbikes are "stolen with keys".
We provide payment on collection. No cash. Payments are through bank transfer at the time of sale at your home.
We also provide a no fuss promise. As long as the bike is in the condition that has been stated on the valuation, we will perform a quick check, then we will pay the money directly into your bank account, no fuss, no further haggling. We buy any bike that is as agreed in the valuation.
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If you have exisiting finance and can't afford the repayment, we can take care of it. We will deduct the difference from the final amount.
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