Triumph Trident 660 Got Expensive By Rs 50,000
– This is the first price revision for the Triumph Trident 660 since its launch in April last year.
– The price hike doesn’t attract any mechanical, cosmetic, or feature-related changes.
Triumph Motors has increased the prices of its most affordable motorcycle, the Trident 660, by Rs 50,000. With this, the bike now ranges between Rs 7.45 lakh to Rs 7.58 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Launched in April 2021, this is the first price hike for the Trident 660. However, it is still the most affordable offering in Triumph’s India lineup.
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Powering this Triumph naked motorcycle is an 81PS/64Nm 660cc, inline-triple cylinder engine that comes mated to a 6-speed transmission with an assist-&-slipper clutch. A bi-directional quickshifter can also be added as an accessory.
In terms of features, it comes equipped with an all-LED illumination system, a smartphone-compatible TFT rider’s display, switchable traction control, Road and Rain riding modes. It also gets premium suspension from Showa, Nissin brakes, and Michelin Road 5 tires.
Triumph offers the Trident 660 in four colour schemes (white, silver, black, red), and with 2 year/unlimited km warranty.
In the Indian market, it goes up against the Honda CB650R (Rs 8.67 lakh) and Kawasaki Z650 (Rs 6.24 lakh)