2020 Triumph Tiger 900 adventure and Thruxton RS retro sport now in Malaysia, pricing from RM63,900

Alongside the launch of the 2020 Triumph Rocket 3 R and Rocket 3 GT in Malaysia, Triumph Malaysia showed the 2020 Triumph Tiger 900 adventure tourer, which comes in six different versions as well as the 2020 Triumph Thruxton RS retro sports. Pricing for the Thruxton RS cafe racer is RM86,900, excluding road tax, insurance and registration.

For the Tiger 900, the base version is priced at RM63,900 while the Tiger 900 GT and GT Low Ride Height are identically priced at RM74,900. The Tiger 900 GT Pro goes for RM82,900 and the top-end Tiger 900 Rally and Rally Pro are priced at RM78,900 and RM85,900, respectively.

Now coming with a 900 cc inline-triple mill, the Tiger 900 produces 10% more torque that the previous generation Tiger 800, with a peak torque number of 87 Nm at 7,250 rpm and peak power of 95 PS at 8,750 rpm. The engine position is now 40 mm further forward and 20 mm lower for an optimised centre of gravity.

Fuel is carried in a 20-litre tank for long range riding while weight is 192 kg for the base model Tiger 900, going up to 201 kg for the Tiger 900 Rally Pro. The Tiger 900 models come with 20 mm of seat height adjustment, from a high of 870 mm for the GT Pro to 760 mm for the Tiger GT Low Ride Height.

In the retro sports arena, the revamped 2020 Thruxton RS gets a bump in power for its liquid-cooled, 1,200 cc parallel-twin with a redline increase of 500 rpm, up 8 PS to 105 PS with 112 Nm of torque. Power is transmitted using a six-speed gearbox and chain final drive.

Braking uses top-end Brembo M50 four-piston callipers while suspension is done with Showa 43 mm diameter upside-down forks and twin Ohlins shock absorbers, fully-adjustable. Weight is now 197 kg, 6 kg less and seat height is 810 mm, with LED lighting used throughout.

GALLERY: 2020 Triumph Tiger 900


GALLERY: 2020 Triumph Thruxton RS

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Comments

  • Motorcycle designed flawed on Mar 09, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    When will AEB standard fitted on all new motorcycles?

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    • Logical Deduction on Mar 09, 2020 at 5:29 pm

      AEB on motor? For the rider to flung forward when the bike suddenly stops if AEB is trigger?

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    • GP Umbrella Women in Hazmat suit on Mar 10, 2020 at 4:24 pm

      Yes. Speed limiter for motorcycles 50km/h no worried sudden braking from speedIng motorcycle anymore

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  • I stop reading when i saw the final drive is chain….adv/touring/sports touring shud not be using chains, its a hassle to maintain when u’re going for long distance touring. Who care much abt losing few ponies to a shaft drives or belts, its a touring bike & not a race bike, travelling in big mileage wutout the hassle to keep on lubing & cleaning every odd 1k km….wat a hasle

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    • Shaft drive on middleweight adventure bikes = extra weight & extra cost. An adventure bike will be completely immobilised if shaft drive kaput, broken chain still can be fixed, even if u are in the middle of nowhere. Lubing/cleaning the chain is part & parcel of being an adventure rider.

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      • AT1100 on Aug 16, 2020 at 6:03 pm

        Arie hit the point right on the head. If you are in the middle of nowhere and your shaft breaks , chances of fixing it without parts is very low. However for a chain , much easier to fix and easy to carry a spare around as well. Yamaha Tenere and Honda Africa Twin the Goddaddy of adventure bikes are all chains.

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