Triumph Tiger 955i

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Triumph Tiger 955i
Triumph Tiger 955i 2007.jpg
Manufacturer Triumph
Also called Triumph Tiger
Production 2001–2006
Predecessor Tiger T709
Successor Tiger 1050
Class Dual-sport
Engine 955 cc, 4-stroke inline 3-cylinder, fuel injection
Bore/Stroke: 79.0 mm × 65.0 mm (3.11 in × 2.56 in)
Power 106.00 hp (79 kW) @ 9500 rpm
Torque 92.00 N·m (67.86 lb·ft) @ 4400 rpm
Transmission chain, 6-speed gearbox
Brakes Dual disc front brakes, diameter 310 mm (12 in)
Single disc rear, diameter 285 mm (11.2 in)
Wheelbase 1,550 mm (61 in)
Seat height 875 mm (34.4 in)
Weight 215.0 kg (474.0 lb) (dry)
Fuel capacity 24 litres (5.3 imp gal; 6.3 US gal)

The Triumph Tiger 955i (T709EN) is a dual-sport motorcycle that was produced by Triumph Motorcycles between 2001 and 2006.[1]

It was the successor of the visually similar 885 cc Tiger T709 (1999–2000) which was also fuel injected but with a different engine, 885 instead of 955. It was later superseded by the Triumph Tiger 1050 in 2007.[1]

The Triumph Tiger range of motorcycles was notable for its use of plastic as a material for its fuel tank.

Tiger Models Overview

Year Model Type General
1993–1998 T400 885 cc
1999–2000 T709 885 cc, Fuel injected
2001–2006 T709EN (955i) 955 cc, Fuel injected
since 2007 1050 1,050 cc, Fuel injected

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