Spotlight on the Triumph Explorer XR

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The all-new Triumph Explorer XR is the entry level model in the new Explorer range, the latest incarnation of Triumph’s iconic Adventure bike.

The new Explorer range features improved ergonomics, improved performance, WP suspension across the range, ABS, Traction Control, and an electronically adjustable screen.  Like the Tiger range, the Explorer is split into road-focused ‘XR’ models and off-road orientated ‘XC’ models.  All are available in 3 levels of spec.  There are also 2 low-seat versions available – the XRX Low and XCX Low.

Here’s a quick overview of the features included on the Explorer XR:

ABS & Traction Control
‘Road’ and ‘Rain’ riding modes
Electrically adjustable screen
WP adjustable front & rear suspension
Brembo monobloc 4-piston radial calipers
Centre stand
Immobiliser
12V power socket
USB power socket
On Board computer
Sump guard
Newly designed cast wheels

At the heart of the new Explorer is a 3-cylinder 12 valve, 1215cc  engine that generates incredible linear torque and power from the largest capacity engine in the segment.

A torque assist clutch reduces lever effort and long-term rider fatigue. All Explorers come with a 6 speed gearbox in which the top gear is set high to make cruising long distances easy and fuel efficient. Power is transmitted to the rear wheel through low-maintenance shaft drive.

 

 

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For more information on the new Triumph Explorer XR, call our sales team on either 01784 420421 (Ashford) or 01708 752111 (Romford).

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