New Special Edition of Triumph Trident 660 Unveiled

  • 30-March-2024

The limited edition Trident 660 – Trident Triple Tribute has been revealed by Triumph Motorcycles.

In the 1970s, Triumph won five straight races at the Isle of Man TT and several short circuit races thanks to the Slippery Sam 750 cc race bike, which is honored in this special edition.

The UK is now home to the new limited edition livery, which is priced the same as the standard Trident 660. As reported by Autocar, the Trident Triple Tribute boasts a distinctive paint scheme of shiny blue and white with hints of red.

The 67 graphic appears on the tank's top as well as its sides, which is an interesting feature. The 660cc, inline three-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that generates 81 horsepower and 64 Nm of torque is mechanically identical to the special edition Triumph Trident 660.

Currently sporting a 6-speed gearbox, it was originally available with a bidirectional quick shifter as an optional feature. Braking is provided by two 310mm front discs and one 255mm rear disc, and the motorcycle's tubular frame is stabilized by a Showa USD fork and a monoshock with preload adjustment.

Using the color TFT display, riders can access the few riding aids that the Trident is fitted with. Road and Rain are two of the riding modes included in these. There are also turn-by-turn navigation, all-LED lighting, and auto-cancelling indicators.

With the Rocket 3 Storm R, GT being the most powerful model in the lineup, Triumph India, a British brand, has been progressively expanding its lineup of models. In India, Triumph's base-model Trident 660 is the least expensive large-capacity motorcycle available, priced at Rs 8.12 lakh, ex-showroom.

It is uncertain whether the pricing structure of the Tribute edition will remain consistent in India, but it is the same as that of the standard Trident in the UK.

With an introductory price of Rs 6,95,000 (ex-showroom), Triumph India unveiled the Trident 660 in April 2021, making it the most affordable motorcycle in the nation.

The 660cc liquid-cooled inline three-cylinder engine, which meets Euro 5/BS6 regulations, powers the Triumph Trident 660 mechanically. The engine is brand new.

At 6,250 rpm, it generates 64 Nm, and at 10,250 rpm, it produces 81 bhp. With a slipper and assist clutch, the engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission.

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