Triumph’s entry-level bike: The company launched its cheapest bike ever in India, it will get a powerful engine of 660cc


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Triumph, the British mosaic brand, launched its new Trident 660 bike in the Indian market. This company is also the cheapest entry level bike. Its price is 6.95 lakh rupees. The bike has a circular LED headlight, a circular fuel tank with a 14-liter capacity, and a short tail section LED taillight. In India, it can compete with the Kawasaki Z650, Honda CB650R and Ducati Scrambler 800.

The company started its pre-booking in November 2020. This bike can still be booked with a token amount of 50,000 rupees. The company will start delivery soon. You will be able to buy it in 4 color options Crystal White, Sapphire Black, Matte Jet Black, Silver Ice + Silver Ice + Diablo Red.

Bike engine and other specifications

  • It has a liquid cooled inline 3 engine of 660cc, which gives power of 81PS and torque of 64Nm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. It comes with slip and assist clutch.
  • It gets a single piece seat, teardrop rear view mirror, body color radiator cowl and underbelly exhaust. The bike will get 17-inch alloy wheels. Suspension has 41mm USD forks and 133.5mm adjustable monoshock at the rear.
  • It has digital instrument console, self-canceling turn indicators, riding modes, switchable traction control and dual channel ABL. It comes with turn by turn navigation.
  • During riding, you can control calls and music in the bike. For safety, it has a 310mm disc and a 255mm disc brake in the rear wheel.

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