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The LT differentiates itself from the Commander in rider positioning as well, with a handlebar that has more of a bend and greater pullback, so it too should fit long-limbed as well as stubby riders. The riding position is likewise relaxed but still gives a sense of control to the rider. The actual seat is the same new, plusher saddle with deeper foam padding utilizing three different densities, and an innovative lumbar support built into the rear section of the saddle. Though the chassis is tweaked, Triumph says the suspension changes play a greater role in rider comfort. As on the Commander, the LT’s rear, five-way adjustable Showa shock absorbers have dual rate springs with a longer stroke, thus allowing fitment of softer springs.
As you might expect, the LT piles on the premium touches with things like spoke wheels and whitewall tires, classic tank badges, different coach lines, and fender trim. Obviously, it adds touring accoutrements as well; a quick detach windshield, passenger footboards and backrest, and fully-lined, leather saddlebags. The LT’s pipes –though internally the same, sound much more muted and refined than the Commander’s, probably due to the tri-oval muffler tips and luggage sound-damping qualities. The LT also runs a single headlight, bracketed by auxiliary running lights.
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