depends what you want, doesn't it
lots of people here have demanded more power, some wanting litre, some litre plus, the Toger is supposedly 24PS higher, and torque is equally flat lining as the Versys.
if the bike has pretensions of going "off road" (however you define that), then the BUELL/Versys style under engine exhaust doesn't cut it, so your options are either an underseat exhaust or out the side. Triumph have used the rocket silo exhaust on the 1050 and it hasn't overly deterred sales of that bike.
given the way emissions regulations are going (not just gas but sound) the exhausts are getting bigger, in part that also helps screw the power output upwards.
y'cant have everything in anyone single bike. I look at the Tiger as approaching similar design aims as the Versys, but in a more Triumph perspective. its using their unique approach to engine design, its squarely (how appropriate) attacking the BMW F800 market segment. its not meant to attack the Versys directly but I think some Versys owners may well be attracted to a bigger more powerful bike. Im tempted but Im too much of a cheapskate to buy new
the Tiger looks like what many Versys owners have been looking for, except the ticket price has jumped perhaps more than most of us expected or hoped, but then it is a bike built in Europe rather than the far east.