Triumph Trident 660 unveiled, Asia launch next year

After teasing united states with all the model back in August 2020, Triumph has revealed its future entry-level, sport naked, the Trident 660 in its entirety.

  • Uses a 660cc, inline-three-cylinder engine making 81hp/64Nm

  • Become launched in Asia as a CKD next year

  • Is likely to be an immediate rival towards Kawasaki Z650 in India

Triumph had revealed a lot of details about its Trident 660 last month. And today, the organization has revealed every little thing there’s to learn in regards to the bike.

Triumph Trident 660 engine details

Whilst it had been known your bicycle will use an inline-three, Triumph has now confirmed that it is supposed to be a 660cc device making 81hp and 64Nm of torque. Interestingly, the Uk brand name has said that the Trident’s engine has 67 new components, which isn’t the exact same one based in the Street Triple S. The bike comes with a 6-speed gearbox and may be optioned with an up and down quickshifter.

The Trident 660 gets a remarkable service interval of 16,000km.


Triumph Trident 660 features

The brand new Trident features two riding modes (Road and Rain), adjustable traction control and ride-by-wire. It also has got the option to completely disengage traction control both in modes. ABS, having said that, is not switchable. The fully-digital instrument cluster displays all the details you’ll require and, if you get the accessory Bluetooth module, is able to offer turn-by-turn navigation, GoPro control and phone and music control.

Triumph Trident 660 framework

The Trident also has somewhat more stimulating ergonomics than the Street Triple models. Suspension, at the same time, is managed by a Showa inverted split function fork and preload-adjustable monoshock. Are you aware that brake system, it makes use of a Nissin two-piston front caliper with twin 310mm discs, although the backside has a single-piston caliper. The tubular steel framework helps maintain the kerb weight down seriously to 189kg. Triumph has additionally verified your bike comes loaded with Michelin path 5 tyres.

Triumph Trident 660 Asia launch

Triumph has verified that the Trident should come to India as a CKD next year. The cost of the bike hasn’t been revealed, if the UK price (7,195 pounds) is any such thing to put into practice, we are able to expect that it is priced around Rs 7 lakh (ex-showroom). Internationally, the Trident has been designed to accept the Kawasaki Z650, Yamaha MT-07 and Honda CB650.


Additionally see:

Triumph Tiger 900 launched from Rs 13.7 lakh

Triumph Street Triple R launched in India at Rs 8.84 lakh

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