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Triumph Tiger


Year of specifications 2001 - 2006
Engine 955 cc, DOHC in-line 3-cylinder
Transmission 6-speed, chain
Top speed 130 mph
0-60 MPH 4.0 seconds
Horsepower 105 hp @ 9500 rpm
Weight 215 kg, 474 lbs
Seat height 840-860 mm, 33.1 - 33.8 inches

The Triumph Tiger 955i was a large, heavy trail-orientated motorcycle built between 2001 and 2006. It has since been superceded by the Tiger 1050.

The Triumph Tiger 955i is suited towards taller riders due to its size. The added space its larger frame provides makes the bike suitable for touring, and there is plenty of space for hard luggage.

Despite its decent ground clearance and off-road appearance, the Triumph Tiger 955i works best on the road rather than off it. It can cope with trails quite nicely however.

Powering the Triumph Tiger 955i is a 955cc triple which produces a healthy 105 hp and 67 lb-ft of torque, allowing for easy cruising and a decent top end.

In 2004 the Triumph Tiger 955i was treated to a bit of a makeover, and recieved new cast alloy wheels, a redesigned swing arm and panniers. Heated grips and a center stand became standard fitment.

The Triumph Tiger 955i has proved to be a fairly reliable machine with no major weaknesses or flaws reported.


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- Aprilia Caponord
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