Tiger 660 bookings are being undertaken at a pre-payment of Rs 50,000. This most affordable Tiger will be an interesting addition for ADV lovers…
In October of this year, Triumph made a statement in the industry by unveiling their aptly named Tiger 660 Sport which is based on the latest naked offering – Trident.
Laying focus on India, Triumph has started accepting pre-booking for the baby Tiger at an amount of Rs 50,000.
The Tiger 660 Sport will be the entry into the Tiger family for Indian motorcyclists and it will be one of the most affordable Triumphs in the world. The British brand has made their intention clear that they will be locally assembling this Tiger in India alongside its Trident sibling. That should keep the prices competitive.
Let us remind you about the bike – the new Tiger 660 Sport will bear the 660 cc triple engine from the popular Trident model that was launched earlier this year.
The new bike will be more of a tarmac loving creature with 17″ wheels, upright riding posture, a high front windscreen and higher ground clearance than the Trident.
It will get Nissin brakes, 41mm Showa forks and rear shock with capability to adjust the preload hydraulically. The engine will generate 80 BHP of power at 10,250 RPM and peak torque of 64 Nm at 6,250 RPM. It will utilise their 6-speed gearbox.
Since, the pre-booking has begun, it is safe to assume that the launch of the bike is imminent and the expected price should be around Rs 7.5 lakh (ex-showroom).