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Triumph Tiger Sport 660 vs Trident 660: What's Different?

31 March 2022, 01:08 PM Pratik Bhanushali
Triumph Tiger Sport 660 vs Trident 660: What's Different?

After debuting the Tiger Sport 660 overseas, Triumph finally brought it to India a couple of days ago. It’s priced at Rs 8.95 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) which makes it Rs 1.5 lakh more expensive than the streetfighter counterpart, the Trident 660. Now, we all know that the two aforementioned bikes use the same platform, but there are quite some differences as well. Let’s dig deeper into it.


Getting the most obvious one out of the way first, the design cues. Sporting proper ADV attire, the Tiger Sport 660 comes with a bikini fairing and a split LED headlamp topped by a transparent visor. Triumph has also tweaked the radiator shroud design on the Tiger 660. As for the rear profile, the Trident 660 gets a rugged-looking, single-sided tire hugger whereas the Tiger gets a proper tail. 


Triumph Tiger Sport 660 TFT / Instrument Cluster

Given the fact that the ADV demands a Rs 1.5 lakh premium over the streetfighter sibling, it doesn’t get any additional features. Rather, Triumph has equipped it with a different instrument cluster. Unlike the Trident 660’s round full TFT console, the Tiger 660 features a split screen.  

The one on top (LCD) houses readouts like a tachometer, fuel bar, and speedometer, whereas the bottom TFT displays the gear position and the clock. Other of-the-mill data is displayed on the sides. 


Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Right Side View

The rider triangle on the Tiger Sport 660 has been altered to offer a more comfortable posture than the Trident 660. The handlebar is not only 40mm wider but is also mounted on risers and the footpegs are comparatively forward placed.  

Noticeably, the rear seat height has gone up by 30mm for the Tiger 660. The Trident’s rear seat is 805mm and the Tiger’s is 835mm.

Underpinnings and Dimensions 

Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Left Rear Three Quarter

Owing to its ADV nature, the Tiger Sport 660 gets 30mm longer suspension travel at the front and 16.5mm at the rear as compared to the Trident 660. It comes with a remote preload adjuster. Even the swingarm has been lengthened for better weight management given the 17kg extra weight over the streetfighter. Even the wheelbase on the Tiger Sport 660 has gone up by 17mm, measuring a total of 1418mm. As for the fuel tank, the ADV gets a 17.2-litre unit instead of the 14-litre one that the Trident is equipped with. 


Last but not least, the Tiger Sport 660 costs Rs 8.95 lakh whereas the Trident 660 now retails at Rs 7.45 lakh, but when it was launched, Triumph had priced the latter at Rs 6.95 lakh (all prices ex-showroom Delhi).   

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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