At the outset of design, the new Triumph Trident 660 introduces a new design language. The bikes feature a muscular stance with a sculpted fuel tank. The bike also features a minimalist design with a one-piece seat, exposed frame and engine, and circular elements, which add to the retro charm.
The new Triumph Trident 660 is additionally offered in a choice of four colors: Matte Jet Blac / Matte Silver Ice, Silver Ice & Diablo Red, Crystal White and Sapphire Black.
Other features of the new Triumph Trident 660 also include all-around LED lighting and a TFT display for the instrument cluster. The digital display can be connected to the rider’s smartphone using the âMy Triumphâ app. The bike also offers a host of driving aids and electronics, such as ride-by-wire, traction control, riding modes (Road & Rain) and a few others as well.
The new Triumph Trident 660 will be powered by a 660cc inline three-cylinder engine. It produces 80 hp at 10,250 rpm and 64 Nm of maximum torque at 6,250 rpm, combined with a six-speed gearbox with slip clutch / assist.
The bike uses an all-new tubular steel frame, along with 41mm Showa USD forks up front and a Showa single-shock rear suspension setup, both of which are adjustable. The bike is equipped with 310mm dual disc brakes at the front and a single disc at the rear, supported by dual channel ABS. the Trident also runs on 17-inch wheels shod with Michelin Road 5 tires. The new Triumphal Trident 660 weighs only 189 kg, which is impressive.
Triumph will launch the Trident 660 motorcycle in the Indian market. The entry-level roadster is expected to go on sale in India early next year. International prices for the Triumph Trident 660 Roadster start at Â£ 7,195 (equivalent to almost Rs 7 lakh), excluding taxes.
Thoughts on the 2021 Triumph Trident 660
The Triumph Trident 660 will also be the brand’s entry-level product in India. The motorcycle is expected to be sold at an aggressive price in the Indian market. Once launched, we got to see the Roadster take on competitors such as the Kawasaki Z650 in the Indian market.