Triumph Tiger 660 India launch anytime soon. The baby Tiger is the most affordable ADV from the British manufacturer…
Triumph India have officially listed their latest and the smallest sport-tourer offering – Tiger Sport 660 – on their website with the sub-text ‘Price Coming Soon’.
The Tiger Sport 660 is a sports-touring version of the popular and most affordable Trident roadster. The newest bike is more suitable for long mile-munching excursions aided by a tall windscreen and small wind-deflecting fairing at the front.
Furthermore, Triumph have gone as far as listing all the accessory options for their new touring bike which include all of their practical, protection and technology add-ons.
List of Accessories for Triumph Tiger Sport 660
- Practical offerings – These are the accessories that are going to improve the long-distance touring capabilities of the machine.
- 47 L twin helmet top-box
- Waterproof inner bags
- Aluminium luggage rack with integrated pillion grab rails
- Top-box mounting plate
- Passenger backrest pad
- Protection offerings – These are the accessories which are aimed to eradicate the fear of accidentally dropping the bike.
- Frame protectors
- Engine cover protectors
- Fork protectors
- Colour coded belly pan
- Hand guards
- Rubber tank pads
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- Technology accessories – These fitments are aimed at improving the interaction between the rider and the machine and better information exchange between them.
- My Triumph connectivity module
- Triumph shift assist
- Internally wired heated grips
- Scrolling LED indicators
- LED auxiliary lights
- Tyre pressure monitoring system
- A2 Restrictor KiT
Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Highlights and Features
The baby Tiger is based on the Trident and hence, both of them share very similar mechanicals and features.
- The Trident is powered by a 240-degree firing order, 660 cc, 3-cylinder Inline, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 12-valve engine.
- The powerhouse produces 80 HP of power @ 10,250 RPM and 64 Nm of torque @ 6250 RPM.
- The power is transferred through a 6-speed transmission equipped with a wet, multi-plate clutch assisted by a slipper system.
- The chassis is made of a tubular steel perimeter frame combined with 41mm Showa Separate Function Forks (SFF) upside-down forks at the front and Showa monoshock with preload adjustment at the rear.
- Braking is handled by twin 310 mm Nissin two-piston sliding calipers, floating discs at the front and single 255 mm single-piston sliding caliper disc at the rear, assisted by ABS.
- Tyre Profile – 17” – 120/70 at the front and 17” – 180/55 at the rear.
- Seat Height – 835 mm.
- Wheelbase – 1418 mm.
- Weight – 206 kg (wet).
- It has a fuel capacity of 17.2 L.
- It is offered in three colours – Korosi Red with Graphite, Lucerne Blue with Sapphire Black and Graphite with Sapphire Black.
- In features, it gets – TFT instrumentation, all-LED Lighting, two ride-modes and switchable traction control.
- Service Intervals – at 16,000 km or 12 months, whichever is earlier.
Officially Triumph India is yet to announce the pricing of the Tiger Sport 660. However, they have been receiving the pre-booking of the bike since December of last year at Rs. 50,000/-.
We are expecting the Tiger Sport 660 to be priced a little higher than the Trident and it could start at around Rs. 7.8 Lakh -7.9 Lakh (ex-showroom).