Triumph has unveiled the special edition of its middleweight adventure motorcycle, the Triumph Tiger 800XC, during the 2013 EICMA show in Italy.
The 2014 Triumph Tiger 800XC SE is based on the base Tiger 800XC which was first introduced in 2011. It is built on a familiar tubular steel trellis frame with a twin-sided cast-aluminum alloy swingarm and is powered by the same the 799cc 12-valve three-cylinder engine which delivers 93 hp at 9300 rpm, and 50 ft.-lb. of torque at 7850 rpm. Designed to work in both off-road and on-road situations, the Tiger 800XC SE is equipped with the Showa 45mm upside down forks up front with 220mm of wheel travel and Showa monoshock with adjustable preload and rebound damping adjustment that provides 215mm of rear wheel travel.
Other features inlcude a 21-inch spoked front wheel and a 17-inch spoked rear wheel, Nissin two-piston calipers that grips two 308mm discs up front and Nissin single-piston caliper with a single 255mm disc at rear, ABS as standard, a five-gallon fuel tank, adjustable handle bar position and seat height, hand guards, a coded-key immobilizer, as well as rear rack with generous pillion grab handles.
The 2014 Triumph Tiger 800XC SE is offered in Volcanic Black, which accented with a red main frame, red metallic highlights, and black exhaust shields and passenger grape rails.
The 2014 Triumph Tiger 800XC SE will be available in the UK in March 2014, with a price-tag of £8,849. No word on whether the Tiger 800XC SE will come over to the US.