Triumph updates Tiger 1200 for 2024

Triumph are rolling out changes to the Tiger 1200 family for 2024, including enhancing comfort, ergonomics, cornering and ground clearance. That’s alongside a lower seat height and distinctive new colour schemes.

As part of the changes, Triumph’s 1160cc triple engine now delivers a more refined riding experience, with superior low speed control, while retaining the exciting and unmistakable character of its T-plane crank.

Customers will be able to feel the increased smoothness while accelerating or decelerating, especially at low speeds. An updated clutch design will also mean that riders experience a smoother engagement when changing into first gear.

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Damped handlebars and risers, which have proven so popular in the Explorer models, have now been introduced to the GT Pro and Rally Pro, delivering a smoother ride with increased mirror visibility.

The rider seat has been re-designed with a flatter profile, providing more space and to help reduce fatigue on longer trips. The accessory low seat, which lowers its height to 830mm on the GT Pro and 855mm on the Rally Pro, also boasts added comfort.

2024 Triumph Tiger 1200 GT Pro
2024 Triumph Tiger 1200 GT Pro

A longer clutch lever has also been introduced, providing increased space for rider’s fingers. Triumph has also increased the cornering ground clearance of the Tiger 1200 GT Pro and GT Explorer models, by lifting the foot peg positions and moving them closer to the bike.

The new Active Preload Reduction feature, which was revealed in August 2023, offers the rider greater confidence by reducing the rear suspension preload as the Tiger 1200 slows to a stop, lowering the seat height by up to 20mm, simply by pressing the ‘Home’ button.

The Tiger 1200 is offered in four variants; the GT Pro and GT Explorer, which can be had in Carnival Red, Snowdonia White and Sapphire Black, and the Rally Pro and Rally Explorer, in Matt Sandstorm, Jet Black or Matt Khaki.

Pricing for the 2024 Tiger 1200 range kicks off at $30,790 ride away for the GT Pro variant, and all bikes are backed by a 3-year unlimited kilometre warranty.. You can find out more at your local dealership, or by visiting the Triumph Australia website.

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