2021 Triumph Trident 660 established – RM38,757 in UK

Latest entry into the middleweight motorcycle marketplace is the 2021 Triumph Trident 660, with a launch price of 7,195 pounds sterling (RM38,757). The Trident 660 joins the Hinckley firm’s lineup of nude activities bikes such as the 765RS, 765R and 765S and faces competition through the loves associated with the Yamaha MT-07, Kawasaki Z650 and Honda CB650F in its course.

Holding Triumph’s signature engine setup, the inline-triple, liquid-cooled with 12-valves and DOHC, the Trident 660 gets a claimed 80 hp at 10,250 rpm and 64 Nm of torque at 6,250 rpm. There is also a restricted energy variation, intended for the UK’s A2 licence class, that gets 46 hp at 8,750 rpm and 59 Nm at 5,250 rpm.

From Triumph’s press kit, the Trident 660 provides most of its torque across 90per cent of the rev range, complementing the six-speed gearbox and assist and slipper clutch. This is along with span-adjustable clutch lever, permitting a wide range of rider’s for comfortable regarding Trident 660.

Seat height, set at 805 mm, and damp fat at 189 kg, are designed to be similarly accommodating towards the basic driver, utilizing the seat it self cut slim allowing both foot on the floor without extending. The chair it self, padded for comfort of both driver and passenger, is a one-piece event much like the product in the previous generation model 675 and passenger grab handles are an extra-cost option.

Braking on the Trident 660 is performed by Nissin, with two-piston callipers on twin 310 mm discs and a Nissin single-piston calliper at back with a single 255 mm disc. ABS is standard and there are two main riding modes – path and Rain – with switchable traction control (done via tool menu choice) and ride-by-wire throttle.

Suspension has been Showa 41 mm diameter upside-down separate function forks (SFF) that has non-adjustable rebound and compression damping in split fork feet even though the rear end is held up by a Showa mono shock with adjustable preload damping.

The double headlight associated with the 765 series Triumphs, and also the previous 675/1050 Street/Speed Triples, very polarising areas of Triumph triples, is fully gone, changed by a unique on Trident 660 single, circular, 7-inch Light-emitting Diode headlight, alongside LED end light and change signals. In the cockpit, the tool panel is a round, color TFT-LCD display screen with “white on black” readout.

Fuel is carried in a 14-litre tank and there are four colour choices for the 2021 Triumph Trident 660 – Silver Ice/Diablo Red, Matte Jet Black/Matte Silver Ice, Crystal White and Sapphire Black. For Malaysia, pricing for the Trident 660 will probably be known in early section of 2021 with a guess at rates being around or below the RM45,000 point.

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