The 2013 Triumph Tiger 1200XC. Now this we do like the sound of... in short the XC version of the Triumph Tiger 1200 of last year in Adventure circles gets aluminum rimmed, steel spoked wheels with tubeless tires, ride by wire, traction control, cruise control and switchable ABS all as standard, hand guards, fog lights, belly pan and engine protection bars. Also the Triumph Tiger 1200 XC gets extended service intervals along with different (extended) warranty.
Like the Triumph Tiger 800XC, the Tiger 1200XC is more off-road oriented, the basics are unchanged the familiar triple-cylinder 1215cc engine is still at the heart of the machine.
Key to the look of the Triumph Tiger 1200 XC are the new aluminum rimmed, steel spoked wheels.1 The high impact Adventure hand guards are a bonus while the high performance 55 watt dual fog lights deliver increased visibility for those late rides. Tough 22mm steel tube engine protection bars and a heavy aluminum belly guard combine for more protection. For riders wishing to tailor their new Triumph Tiger 1200XC, there is a further range of 54 additional genuine Triumph accessories to choose from.
And now it's all backed up by a 16,000 kilometer service interval and likely two-year unlimited kilometers warranty.
The new Triumph Tiger 1200XC is available in khaki green, and you probably can see it for the first time in Thailand at the 2013 Bangkok International Motor Show.