About Tiger Sport 660
Triumph Tiger Sport 660 is expected to launch in India in December 2021 in the expected price range of ₹ 8,00,000 to ₹ 9,00,000. Currently available bikes which are similar to Tiger Sport 660 are Kawasaki Versys 650, Triumph Tiger 850 Sport & BMW F900R.
The new Triumph Tiger Sport 660 will make its global debut very soon becoming the most affordable model in the company’s adventure-tourer series. This new variant of the Tiger family will also arrive in the Indian market, although its launch details are unavailable yet. We could see the new Triumph Tiger Sport 660 on our shores in late-2021 or early-2022.
The photographs of the prototype motorcycle and leaked images gave a detailed look at the new Tiger Sport 660. The motorcycle will feature a sharper and sportier design than the rest of the Tiger series. In terms of design, the new Tiger Sport 660 will feature a semi-fairing design along with a tall windscreen at the front, a muscular fuel tank, a step-up seat, and an underbelly exhaust.
The feature list will comprise of full-LED lighting and a digital instrument cluster that will be similar to the unit on the Trident 660. The Triumph Shift Assist quickshifter and My Triumph Connectivity System Bluetooth module should be available as an optional extra. The Tiger Sport 660 should share its electronics package with the Trident 660 and come equipped with a switchable traction control, switchable ABS, and two riding modes (Rain and Road) as standard.
The company is yet to reveal the mechanical specifications, although they should be similar to the Trident 660. The 660cc, inline-three-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine on the Trident 660 makes 80bhp of power at 10,250rpm and 64Nm of peak torque at 6,250rpm. We could see similar numbers on the Tiger Sport 660.
The hardware on the Tiger Sport 660 will comprise upside-down front forks and a rear mono-shock to perform the suspension duties. The anchoring setup would include twin discs at the front and a single rotor at the back – both grabbed by Nissin-sourced callipers. The motorcycle will feature a road-biased setup, and it will ride on 17-inch alloy wheels.
The new Tiger Sport 660 will rival the likes of Kawasaki Versys 650, Suzuki V-Storm 650 XT, and the CFMoto 650 MT. We expect the motorcycle to arrive in the Rs 8-9 lakh (ex-showroom) price range.