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Triumph Motorcycles is all set to launch its newest offering, the Trident 660 in the Indian market. The company has begun accepting pre-launch booking for the brand's upcoming entry-level offering in the country.
Ahead of its launch, the pricing of the Triumph Trident has been leaked from the brand's official website. An image shared by Pratap Ghosh reveals that the company will retail the motorcycle starting at Rs 6.95 lakh, ex-showroom. The motorcycle is expected to be launched officially in the coming weeks in India.
As mentioned before, the Trident 660, once launched, will be the brand's entry-level offering in the Indian market. With the Trident 660, the company aims to onboard more customers to the premium brand with an affordable middle-weight performance motorcycle offering.
The Triumph Trident 660 is powered by a liquid-cooled, in-line three-cylinder 660cc engine. It produces a maximum of 80bhp at 10,250rpm and a peak torque of 64Nm at 6,250rpm. The engine comes mated to a six-speed gearbox along with a slip/assist clutch as standard.
Speaking about the design of the motorcycle, the Trident 660 features a street-naked look with a contoured fuel-tank, round-shaped headlamps with LED tech, an underbelly exhaust, a single-seat design, and upright rider ergonomics.
The motorcycle also features a multi-functional instrument cluster with a TFT display offering a host of information to the rider. Other electronic rider aids on the motorcycle include ride-by-wire throttle, switchable traction control, two riding modes: road & rain, and dual-channel ABS. The company is also offering the motorcycle with an optional ‘Triumph Shift Assist' quick-shifter and ‘My Triumph Connectivity System' connected technology.
The motorcycle uses a perimeter frame and double-sided swingarm. Suspension duties on the motorcycle are handled by Showa 41mm upside down separate function forks at the front and Showa mono-shock unit with adjustability for preload at the rear.
Braking on the motorcycle is done via twin 310mm floating discs with two-piston sliding callipers at the front and a single 255mm disc with a single-piston sliding calliper at the rear both of which are sourced from Nissin. The Triumph Trident 660 features a 14-litre fuel tank and tips the scale at 189Kgs (wet).
Thoughts About The Triumph Trident 660 Prices Leaked Ahead Of India Launch
If the prices remain the same at the time of the official launch, the Trident will be an affordable performance motorcycle from the brand. Once launched, the Triumph Trident will primarily rival the Kawasaki Z650, which is also priced similarly in the Indian market.