Triumph Motorcycles India has expanded the cost of the Trident 660 by Rs 50,000. As we’d referenced, the Trident 660’s Rs 6.95 lakh basic cost was set to change in 2022 and the bike is currently estimated at Rs 7.45 lakh. The new value becomes effective from February 1, 2022.
The Triumph Trident 660 was sent off last year and is the most reasonable bare cruiser in the bike creator’s portfolio. It is controlled by a 660cc, inline-triple that makes 81hp and 64Nm of force. The bike accompanies a 6-speed gearbox and a bi-directional quickshifter can be added on as an extra. It highlights ride-by-wire tech that empowers two riding modes (Road and Rain) and switchable footing control, and it likewise gets a completely advanced instrument group that can be furnished with a Bluetooth module. The Triumph Trident 660 is accessible in four shading plans and offers a 16,000km help span with a long term/limitless km guarantee.
In our tests, we viewed the Trident 660 as very well disposed to ride, with enough ability to interest those moving forward to multi-chamber bikes.
Following the value climb, the Trident 660 costs fundamentally more cash than the Kawasaki Z650 (Rs 6.24 lakh) yet at the same time significantly less that its other adversary, the Honda CB650R that is estimated at Rs 8.68 lakh. All costs, ex-display area, India.