Triumph Tiger 1200 vs Ducati Multistrada 950

GT Pro bike

Triumph Tiger 1200

GT Pro

₹ 19.19 Lakh

Standard bike

Ducati Multistrada 950


₹ 15.49 Lakh

New Drum bike

Hero Super Splendor

New Drum

₹ 77,918


Specifications Overview

Variant Name GT Pro Standard New Drum
On Road Price ₹ 21.91 Lakh ₹ 17.68 Lakh ₹ 87,502
Fuel Type Petrol -Petrol
Body Type -Adventure Tourer Bikes Commuter Bikes
Mileage(ARAI) -22.86 kmpl 75 kmpl
User Rating 3.8 3.7 4.1
Transmission Type -Manual Manual
Fuel Tank Capacity 20 Litres 20 Litres 12 Litres
Engine Displacement 1160 cc 937 cc 124.7 cc

Body & Suspension

Tiger 1200 colours

Multistrada 950 colours

Super Splendor colours
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Tiger 1200 images
Ducati Multistrada 950  Front Profile imageDucati Multistrada 950  Side Profile LR imageDucati Multistrada 950  image
Multistrada 950 images
Hero Super Splendor  Front Side Profile imageHero Super Splendor  Front Profile imageHero Super Splendor  Front Profile image
Super Splendor images
Body Type -Adventure Tourer BikesCommuter Bikes
Suspension - Front USD forks48 mm Ohlins Adjustable USD ForkTelescopic Forks
Suspension - Rear Showa semi-active damping monoshockFully adjustable Monoshock& Electronic CompressionHydraulic Shock Absorbers
Frame Type Tubular steel frameTubular steel Trellis frameDouble Cradle

Engine & Transmission

Engine Type Liquid-cooled& 12 valve& DOHC& inline 3-cylinderLiquid Cooled& Ducati Testastretta& L-Twin Cylinder& 4 Valve Per CylinderAir cooled& 4-stroke& Single cylinder& OHC
Max Power 148 bhp112.8 PS @ 9&000 rpm10.8 PS @ 7500 rpm
Max Torque 130 Nm @ 7000 rpm96 Nm @ 7750 rpm10.6 Nm @ 6000rpm
Engine Capacity 1160 cc937 cc124.7 cc
No. of Cylinders 321
No. of valves per cylinder 442
Bore x Stroke -94mm x 67.5mm52.4 x 57.8 mm
Cooling type -Liquid CooledAir Cooled
Type -ManualManual
Number of Gears 6 Speed6 Speed5 Speed
Fuelling -Fuel InjectionFuel Injection
Configuration --Single Cylinder
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Comfort & Convenience

Console Type -DigitalAnalogue
Distance to Empty Indicator -YesNo
Engine Kill Switch -YesNo
Handle Type --Single bar
Luggage Space --No
Odometer -DigitalAnalogue
Speedometer -DigitalAnalogue
Seat Style --Single Seat
Shutter Lock --No
Side Stand Indicator -YesYes
Tachometer --Analogue
Start Type -Self Start OnlyKick & Self Start
Fuel level guage -NoAnalogue
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ABS - Anti-lock braking system Single channelDual ChannelNo
Brake Assist -NoNo
Power Modes -YesNo
Slipper Clutch Hydraulic, wet, multi-plate, slip and assistYesNo
Traction Control System -YesNo
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Performance & Drivetrain

Mileage (Claimed) -22.86 kmpl75 kmpl
Max Speed -233 Kmph90 Kmph

Dimensions & Capacity

Length --2042 mm
Width --740 mm
Height 1436 mm820 mm1102 mm
Unladden/Kerb Weight -232 Kg122 Kg
Wheelbase 1560 mm1594 mm1273 mm
Seat Height 850/870 mm820-860 mm799 mm
Ground Clearance --180 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 20 Litres20 Litres12 Litres
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Wheels, Tyre & Brakes

Front Disc/Drum Size 320 mm320 mm130 mm
Rear Disc/Drum Size -265 mm130 mm
Front Type DiscDiscDrum
Rear Type -DiscDrum
Front Tyre Size 120/70R19120/70-ZR1980/100 R18
Rear Tyre Size 150/70R18170/60-ZR1790/90 R18
Tyre Size Spare -NoNo
Wheel Type Cast AluminiumSpoke WheelsAlloy Wheels
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Battery Capacity -0.06 kwh0.048 kwh
Battery Type --Maintenance Free

Entertainment & Communication

MID (Multi Info Display) TFTYesNo


Charging Socket --No


Pros & Cons

  • Powerful & torque-rich engine
  • Overall hardware is abuse-friendly
  • Feature-rich & loaded with tech up to the brim
  • Less expensive to maintain as compared to some rivals
  • Good for adventures
  • Good power
  • Great design
  • After sale service is good
  • Good mileage
  • Parts are easily available
  • Quite expensive for what it offers
  • Ergonomics not well suited for short riders
  • Engine lacks a top-end punch as the rivals
  • Gearbox downshift problem
  • Not comfortable seating
  • Uncertain fuel consumption
  • Average build quality
  • Average looks
  • Engine is not realiable

Detailed Comparison of Tiger 1200 and Multistrada 950


Triumph Tiger 1200 comes with 6 Speed transmission and Multistrada 950 comes with 6 Speed Manual transmission.


Triumph Tiger 1200 has a 20 Litres fuel tank with 1436 mm seat height. Ducati Multistrada 950 has 820 mm seat height and 20 Litres fuel tank capacity.

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Triumph Tiger 1200 and Ducati Multistrada 950 and Hero Super Splendor Owner Reviews

  • Tiger 1200 Review
  • Multistrada 950 Review
  • Super Splendor Review
  • VS
    Vinit Saini   (Verified)
    6 Months ago
    Review for Triumph Tiger 1200

    Pros - a 7-inch tft instrument cluster, Multiple riding modes, Cornering abs, Traction control, Tpms, and a keyless start system.
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    Shailesh Jain   (Verified)
    6 Months ago
    Review for Triumph Tiger 1200

    The bike looks amazing, with BS6 emission and 1160 cc engine. But it is very costly for a two wheeler.
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    Abhishek Kumar   (Verified)
    6 Months ago
    Review for Triumph Tiger 1200

    The bike isn't suitable for tall riders, very uncomfortable to drive on long routes. Overall performance is average.
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    Kedar Mishra   (Verified)
    6 Months ago
    Review for Triumph Tiger 1200

    The new display looks great, but very slow to boot up. If you are looking for local rides then it's good to use.
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    Vinil Sharma   (Verified)
    6 Months ago
    Review for Triumph Tiger 1200

    Bike racing is my passion, and this bike totally supports it. Best option for road and adventures. Amazing performance and speed.
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Comparisons for Triumph Tiger 1200 vs Ducati Multistrada 950

Confused between Tiger 1200 & Multistrada 950? Wondering whether you should spend that hard earned money on Triumph Tiger 1200 or Ducati Multistrada 950? Don't Worry! We are here to help you choose between these two models. Talking about GT Pro variant of Triumph Tiger 1200, it has been priced at Rs 21.91 Lakh. On the other hand, Ducati Multistrada 950 will cost you Rs 4.22 Lakh less than Tiger 1200. Standard variant of Ducati Multistrada 950 comes with a price tag of Rs 17.68 Lakh. When comparing both the models from a technical perspective, Tiger 1200 has more power under the hood with a 1160 CC engine which can produce null when talking about maximum power. Contrastingly, Multistrada 950 comes loaded with a 937 CC engine and is able to generate max power equivalent to null. Check the detailed comparison of both the models below on the basis of safety features, comfort, power, transmission, suspension and more.

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Triumph Tiger 1200 vs Ducati Multistrada 950 vs Hero Super Splendor FAQs

  • What is the on-road price of Triumph Tiger 1200?

    The on-road price of Triumph Tiger 1200 is Rs. 21.91 Lakh in New Delhi

  • What is the on-road price of Ducati Multistrada 950?

    The on-road price of Ducati Multistrada 950 is Rs. 17.68 Lakh in New Delhi