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Triumph Tiger Sport 660: Review Image Gallery

12 April 2022, 10:48 AM Pratik Bhanushali
Triumph Tiger Sport 660: Review Image Gallery

Triumph launched the most affordable Tiger in India a few weeks back in the form of the Tiger Sport 660. We recently test rode in North India and here’s what we think of it from these crisp shots.  

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Head Light

By the looks of it, the baby Tiger gets a completely different styling compared to its bloodline. The split LED headlamp looks sharp and the overall proportions look pretty even too. Furthermore, the windscreen is upright and the tank shrouds give the Tiger Sport a bit more muscle too.  

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Right Front Three Quarter

The riding posture is relaxed and the tank is slim enough for you to grab it thoroughly. The 835mm seat height is quite accessible as the Tiger Sport 660 is a completely road-going motorcycle.  

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Right Side View

While the Tiger gets a lengthened swingarm and altered rear frame, the pillion’s side of the seat isn’t the most spacious. Moreover, it’s a bit tough to get on and off for the pillion.  

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Engine From Left

Triumph has plonked in the same inline triple 660cc liquid-cooled motor in the Tiger as it was in the Trident. It develops 80bhp and 64Nm and the power delivery is quite linear and tractable at low speeds too.  

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Left Rear Three Quarter

It’s tuned to provide ample midrange grunt but you won’t notice any hesitation even when gunning for the top end. The result of the latter is minor vibrations in the handlebar and footpegs as you inch closer to the 8000rpm mark.  

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Front View

Speaking of the ride quality, the new Tiger stands true to its ‘Sport” tag. The Michelin Road 5 sport-touring tyres provide enough grip for you to go canyon carving. However, the rear suspension’s default setting is a bit too soft and needs dialing in. The remote preload adjuster comes in quite handy for such times.  

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Front Disc Brake

As for the braking hardware, you get dual Nissin front calipers mated to dual 310mm discs and a single disc at the rear. The braking bite is commendable and the ABS gives you the confidence to push a bit more.  

Apart from all that’s been talked about so far, there are a few more pros and cons to the new Triumph Tiger Sport 660. You can check out our first ride review to know the aforementioned and if you should buy the new Triumph offering or not.   

Triumph Tiger Sport 660

Triumph Tiger Sport 660

  • Displacement660 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)80 bhp
  • Kerb Weight206 kg
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Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 9,08,000

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