Triumph Tiger 955i

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Triumph Tiger 955i
The Tiger gets on with transporting humans and luggage efficiently, but puts a lot more heart and soul into the effort

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Reviewed: 17 July 2008 by Visordown
The Tiger felt dense, solid and... slightly top heavy. It’s super-comfy, with a perfectly natural riding position. Triumph gave it a quiet update early this year with lower, tauter suspension and sharper steering which has made it more manageable but there’s no getting away from the fact the basic design’s ...  Continue reading

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I had the 900i first, then a 955i a few years later, and whilst I really liked them both, I found them a little difficult to move around whilst seated, as I'm a bit short in the leg.
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I have ridden many bikes since buying the Tiger 5 years ago, including the Tiger 800, 1050, new Ducati Multistrada, all great bikes but every time I ride this Triumph I love it. Superb value, economic, fast and Continue reading...
THIS BIKE HAS BEEN CREATED FOR BRITISH RIDERS ON BRITISH ROADS, IT MAY NOT BE THE BEST LOOKING BIKE ON THE MARKET BUT IT IS GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY, CHEAP TO RUN AND HAS NEVER LET ME DOWN.

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There are positives which I feel out weigh the disadvantages. The bike is fitted with heated grips which come in use with this cold weather (April 2013) The engine note sounds great and pops with the occasional Continue reading...
Overall i personally love the bike. Being 6ft 9ins tall, i needed a bike i didn't look stupid on. I tried a few bikes and narrowed it down to 2. The BMW 1150GS or the Tiger. The Tiger was bought for £3000 compa Continue reading...

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British built and awesome value
 
Shouldn’t tackle anything more off-road than the occasional gravel drive
  • Price: £6999.00
  • Year: 2001 - 2006
  • Top speed: 133mph
  • Price new: 6999
  • Engine capacity: 955cc
  • Power: 104bhp
  • Torque: 67lb ft
  • Weight: 215kg
  • 0-60: 3.9 seconds

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