The fuel tank capacity of Triumph Tiger Sport 660 is 17 liters.
The Triumph Tiger Sport 660 gets a new cockpit, which also houses a new instrument console, which comes with a TFT display and supports the accessory-fit MyTriumph connectivity system.
Triumph Motorcycles has unveiled the all-new Triumph Tiger Sport 660 based on the Triumph Trident 660 roadster. The Tiger Sport 660 is an adventure sport touring motorcycle designed for sport touring rather than an off-road oriented ADV and it extends the Trident 660 platform.
Even though it is based on the Trident 660, it looks part of a touring machine and gets a few differences, including a sporty looking half-fairing, an upright riding position, suspension travel, seat height and a reinforced sub-fairing for touring capability. Frames are included. It has a sleek design but not quite like the Tiger 900. The motorcycle comes with twin LED headlamps and a tall height-adjustable windshield with the Tiger Sport 660’s touring credentials.
What’s special about Triumph Tiger Sport 660
- The fuel tank capacity of the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 has been increased to 17 liters as compared to the 14-litre fuel tank on the Trident 660 and the Tiger Sport 660 also gets a new cockpit, which also houses a new instrument console.
- The motorcycle comes with different ergonomics, more straight riding positions and better weather protection features.
- In the features list, the Tiger Sport 660 gets two riding modes (road and rain), switchable traction control and dual-channel ABS. It is available in three color options.
- The instrument console comes with a TFT display and supports the accessory-fit MyTriumph connectivity system. The seat height is 835 mm while the curb weight is 206 kg. Fuel consumption has been claimed to be 22.2 kmpl.
- Suspension travel has been increased with 150 mm of travel at both the ends. The 41mm upside down front fork is non-adjustable, while the monoshock gets a remote preload adjuster.
- The Nissan brakes are also shared with the Trident 660, which gets two-piston sliding calipers with 310 mm twin discs at the front and a single-piston caliper with a single 255 mm disc gripping the rear wheel.
- The 660 cc inline three-cylinder engine shared with the Trident 660 generates 79 bhp power at 10,250 rpm and 64 Nm of torque at 6,250 rpm.
- The performance is expected to be similar to that of the Trident 660. The bike comes with a two-year unlimited kilometer warranty, with the option to extend it for a year or two, and also offers a service interval of 16,000 km or 12 months to keep the maintenance cost low.
Triumph Tiger Sport 660 launch and price
The Triumph Tiger Sport 660 will be launched in India and will be the entry-level model in the Tiger family. We expect Triumph India to launch it in the first quarter of 2022. Its price can be higher than Trident 660. We expect the Tiger Sport 660 to cost around Rs 8.5 lakh (ex-showroom).
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