Triumph Tiger Sport 660 launched in India at an introductory price of Rs 8.95 lakh

Triumph Motorcycles has finally introduced its latest motorcycle- Tiger Sport 660 ADV in India. The Tiger Sport 660 is offered at an introductory price of Rs 8.95 lakh in India. Triumph has mentioned that the price of the motorcycle will be increased after the introductory period ends. The deliveries of the motorcycle will be done soon after the launch of the bike in India.

The new Triumph Tiger Sport 660, is based on the Triumph Trident 660 and is the entry-level adventure touring model offered by the company. The buyers of the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 can book the motorcycle by spending just Rs 50,000. Both the motorcycles share the same engine and platform. Tiger Sport 660 is powered by a 660cc three-cylinder engine which produces a maximum power of 81 PS @ 10,250rpm. The peak torque produced by the motorcycle is 64Nm @ 6,250rpm. The engine is coupled with a six-speed gearbox. For those who are unaware of Tiger Sport 660, it was launched in the global market in 2021.

When it comes to suspension, the motorcycle comes with 41mm USD forks by Showa and a pre-load adjustable shock. The motorcycle gets Nissin brakes and Michelin Road 5 tyres. For maximum safety and control, the motorcycle gets a TFT display which shows multiple information. The Tiger Sport 660 gets two riding modes (Road and Rain), ABS, Bluetooth, switchable traction control, full LED lighting etc.

The Tiger Sport 660 offers a 17-litre fuel tank which will be helpful to deliver the perfect daily ride for commuting, city riding or just enjoying a weekend escape. The triple-cylinder engine provides a perfect blend of low-down torque and exhilarating top-end power. The motorcycle also comes with a lot of accessories that can be used during touring.

When it comes to colours, the Tiger Sport 660 is offered in three colours- Lucerne Blue and Sapphire Black, Korosi Red and Graphite and Black option. In India, the motorcycle competes with the likes of Kawasaki Versys 650 and Suzuki V-Storm 650 XT.

(Note: The price mentioned in the article is that of the ex-showroom, Delhi.)

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