Triumph revealed four versions of its 2015 Tiger 800 at EICMA, ranging from more street-oriented touring versions to ones better equipped for getting dirty.
- The 2015 Triumph Tiger 800XC and three variations of the Tiger 800 were introduced in Milan at the 2014 EICMA show.
- A liquid-cooled, 12-valve, DOHC Inline Triple with 800cc of power is at the heart of all four 2015 Tiger 800 models.
- The 2015 Tiger 800XCx is ready to make a big splash in the adventure-touring market.
- On the 2015 Tiger 800XC, the ABS can be turned off to allow for a little sliding around in the dirt.
- The 2015 Triumph Tiger 800XC is equipped to better handle off-road riding than the XR.
- The 2015 Tiger 800XCx sees additional protective engine bars, hand guards, road and off-road riding modes, an advanced trip computer, and cruise control which the base XC is not equipped with.
- The 2015 Triumph Tiger 800XCx has three riding modes and allows for the ABS, traction control and throttle mapping to be dialed in to a rider's personal preference.
- The 2015 Tiger 800XR can shred some asphalt thanks to a potent Inline Triple with a claimed 95 hp @ 9250 rpm and 58.27 lb-ft torque @ 7850 rpm.
- The 2015 Triumph Tiger 800XR is the base model set up more for the street and touring duties.
- The 2015 Triumph Tiger 800XRx has cruise control, a first for the middleweight adventure sector according to Triumph.
- The 2015 Tiger 800XRx has Triumph's comfort rider and pillion seats, an advanced trip computer, center stand and adjustable screen over the standard 800XR.
- The 2015 Tiger 800XCx and Tiger 800XRx are both equipped with cruise control.
- The 2015 Triumph Tiger XR comes with cast wheels, a trip computer, sump guard, hazard lights, adjustable levers and a 12V power supply as standard equipment.