2023 Triumph Tiger 850 Sport | Complete Specs, Top Speed, Consumption, Images and More


Triumph has unveiled new colors for the 2023 model of the Tiger 850 Sport in the UK. According to the company, these new colors are a response to customer requests for more distinctive and sophisticated color options.

The Tiger 850 Sport comes in three distinctive colours, including a contemporary Graphite and Caspian Blue scheme, and the Graphite and Diablo Red scheme, plus a bold new Graphite and Baja Orange option.

This new colour features Graphite fuel tank and seat panel, and striking Baja Orange front mudguard, beak, tank end panel and radiator cowls.

The engine is 888cc 3-cylinder, capable of generating up to 85 HP of maximum power. The top speed (unofficial) is 210 km/h.

The fuel consumption of the Tiger 850 Sport is 55.4 mpg (5.2 l/100km) and depends on several factors.

See below the complete Technical Sheet, the specifications:

Cooling Liquid
Number of cylinders 3
Capacity 888 cm³
Power 85 HP (62.5 kW)
Torque 8.3 kgf.m (82 Nm)
Gearbox 6 speed
Fuel Tank capacity 20 liters
Top Speed 210 km/h (unofficial)
Avg Fuel Consumption 5.2 l/100km
Length not informed
Width 830 mm
Height 1.410 mm
Wheelbase 1.556 mm
Ground Clearance not informed
Seat Height 810 mm
Weight 192 kg (Dry)
Front Brake Double Disc 320 mm, Brembo Stylema 4 piston
Rear Brake Disc 255 mm, Brembo single piston
Front Tire 100/90-19
Rear Tire 150/70-17
Traction Control Yes
Fully Digital Panel Meter Yes
LCD or TFT Digital Panel TFT 5″
Full-LED Lighting Yes


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