Triumph sold just 50 units of recently launched trident 660 in April 2021, which costs around Rs 6.95 lakhs ex-showroom in the Indian market.
- Triumph dispatched 50 units of trident 660 in April 2021
- Trident 660 offers two riding modes Rain and road
- Triumph Trident 660 comes powered with 660cc 3-cylidner liquid cooled engine
Triumph Trident 660 was the recent entry-level motorcycle from the brand, and currently the most affordable triumph bike in the Indian line-up. Last month, Triumph manages to dispatch only 50 units of trident 660, which is quite good for a high-performance bike in our country. Although, as per numbers triumph last month was decent in terms of sales volumes and the latest entry does perform well enough. Triumph offered Trident 660 with a lot of technology as well adjustable traction control, fully-digital TFT instrument cluster, ride-by-wire throttle, optional Bluetooth connectivity, and so on.
While the customers opting for Bluetooth can enable the system like turn-by-turn navigation, smartphone control, last parking location, music control, and Gopro control. The bike offers two riding modes rain and road, along with the adjustable traction control with both the modes. The bike rides on 41 mm Showa USD separate function forks for the front and preload-adjustable monoshock for the rear wheel. The motorcycle features 17-inch alloy wheels on both ends with a tire section of 120/70 at the front and 180/55 at the rear.
As for performance Trident, 660 comes equipped with a 660 ccs inline three-cylinder liquid-cooled motor, which is capable enough to develop 81PS of maximum power and 64 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain comes coupled with a 6-speed sequential gearbox system, along with a bi-directional quick shifter as an optional addon. The braking is handled by a 310 mm dual-disc brake at the front and a 255 mm disc single disc brake at the rear, with an adjustable dual-channel ABS system. The bike boasts with an all-LED lighting system, 14-litre of fuel capacity, and has a low kerb weight of 189 Kg. The bike goes up against Honda CB 650R, Ducati Scrambler 800, and Kawasaki Z 900.