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Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Tourer Now Available In India

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 & Tiger 1200 | Gagan Choudhary

The all-new Triumph Tiger Sport 660 has finally arrived in India, marking a noteworthy move for the British marque in the touring segment. The brand has priced it at Rs 8.95 lakh (ex-showroom, introductory), making it Rs 1.5 lakh more expensive than the Trident 660 naked roadster that it is based on.

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 – How it is different from Trident 660?

Triumph has placed the Tiger Sport 660 as a middle-weight adventure sports alternative to the Trident 660. It has been heavily modified to make it suitable for longer trips. The key changes include skinny front fairing, sizable & height-adjustable windscreen, raised & 40mm wider handlebars, slightly forward footpegs for comfortable positions, and 30mm taller seat height (835mm).

Triumph has also used a sharper rake setup for more perceptive handling and a longer subframe to support luggage & offer more seating room. The bike has also been equipped with integrated pannier mounts, longer travel suspensions (150mm travel at both ends), and a bigger 17.2-liter fuel tank (3.2 liters larger than that of the Trident). At 162mm, the Tiger Sport 660 offers 12mm more ground clearance than the Trident’s.

All the above-mentioned changes have resulted in a curb weight of 206kg, making it 17kg heavier than its patron model.

Also Read: Bookings Open For 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 specs

What powers the new Triumph Tiger Sport 660?

Triumph’s latest offering is powered by the same 660cc, liquid-cooled, inline 3-cylinder motor as the Trident 660, which makes a maximum power of 81PS at 10,250rpm and 64Nm of peak torque at 6250rpm. Paired with a slick 6-speed transmission with slip-&-assist clutch, its gear ratios have been optimized for fun and all-around everyday ride-ability. In addition, it also features a sophisticated engine management system with ride-by-wire throttle for a precise & responsive feel.

The other electronic aids on the new Triumph Tiger Sport 660 include a digital instrument cluster with a small TFT display, optional Bluetooth connectivity, two riding modes (Road and Rain), switchable traction control, and Antilock Braking System (ABS).


In the sports tourer segment, the Tiger 660 locks horns with the Kawasaki Versys 650 (Rs 7.15 lakh) and Suzuki V-Strom 650XT (Rs 8.84 lakh).