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Triumph lists Tiger Sport 660 for India, launch soon?

Written by Akhil Dalvi

British manufacturer, Triumph Motorcycles has updated its India website listing the Tiger Sport 660 as ‘coming soon.’ Recently unveiled for the global market, the Tiger Sport 660 will replace the existing Tiger Sport 850 as the new entry-level variant in the Tiger lineup. The bike will go up against the Kawasaki Versys 650 and the Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT in the Indian market. Triumph’s latest creation is based on the Trident 660 roadster already available in the Indian market.

Triumph Tiger Sport 660: Exterior Design Highlights 

Triumph offers the Tiger Sport 660 with all-new bodywork and sculpted teardrop mirrors, allowing for a modern adventure sports design. Other design elements include muscular radiator shrouds, fork protectors, and a mid-ship mounted exhaust. Triumph offers the bike with twin headlights, a 17-litre fuel tank, and a sleek rear end with a contoured taillight.

The company offers the Tiger Sport 660 in 3 colour options – Lucerne Blue, Sapphire Black, and Korosi Red. Currently, the Triumph India website has not mentioned the final price, and the listed Tiger Sport 660 currently features the Korosi Red colour with Graphite or Black option as standard.

Triumph Tiger Sport 660: Technical Specs and Features 

The Tiger Sport 660 sports a 660cc inline, three-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 12 valve DOHC engine, producing 81 PS of power and 64 Nm of torque. Thanks to these performance figures, the Tiger Sport 660 is the most powerful bike in its class. Along with a 240-degree firing order, the engine also features an advanced engine management system with ride-by-wire throttle functionality. Other technical highlights include a 6-speed transmission, a slip and assist clutch, and an optimized clutch lever.

Triumph Tiger Sport 660: Features Highlights 

Triumph offers the new bike with features such as LED headlamps and a TFT display with multi-functional instrumentation. The Tiger Sport 660 also gets Triumph’s connectivity system, enabling turn-by-turn navigation, GoPro control, and phone and music interaction. Triumph offers the bike with a twin helmet top box, waterproof inner bags, and a passenger backrest pad to enhance practicality. Along with two riding modes, Road and Rain, the bike also features a tire pressure monitoring system for additional driver convenience. ABS and traction control come as standard on the Tiger Sport 660.

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