Triumph Trident 660 Launch Scheduled For 6th April

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Triumph Trident 660 looks stunning, is powerful and has got a lot of road presence. But is that enough for a bike to do well in the Indian market? Well, ofcourse the price matters. However, if priced aggressively, the upcoming middleweight roadster is expected to do exceptionally well.

According to the sources, the British bike manufacturer will price the all-new Trident 660 at Rs.6.95 Lakhs (ex-showroom). The exact details are not out yet. But, Triumph will surely do that on the date of launch. Customers who wish to own the all-new bike can now book the Trident 660 against a token amount of Rs.50,000.


  • Triumph Trident 660 is finally coming to India on 6th April. 
  • It will be available with a powerful 660cc three-cylinder engine.
  • Bookings for the all-new motorcycle has already started.

2020 Triumph Trident 660

First of all, the upcoming neo-retro Trident 660 looks absolutely stunning with so many modern features on offer. To start with, it gets an all-LED lighting setup, multi-functional TFT instrument cluster and two ride modes among others. However, it is the instrument cluster that steals the show with a turn by a turn navigation system, smartphone connectivity and GoPro control. All these features on the cluster can easily be toggled using the switchgear.

Not to forget, there are three dual-tone colour schemes available on the Trident 660 including:

  • Crystal White with Sapphire Black,
  • Silver Ice with Diablo Red, and
  • Matt Jet Black with Matt Silver Ice

At the heart, it comes with a powerful 660cc three-cylinder engine. Further, this motor is truly capable of producing a massive 81PS of power @ 10,250 RPM and 64Nm of torque @ 6250 RPM. A six-speed gearbox along with the slip and assist clutch helps the engine for transmission duties. However, for a lightning-fast shift, customers get the option to buy the quickshifter as an additional accessory.

For your information, Triumph Trident 660 is based upon the tubular steel frame. And therefore, it comes with adjustable Showa USD forks upfront. Meanwhile, at the rear, this bike sits on a preload-adjustable monoshock unit. To stop this agile bike, Triumph offers twin 310mm discs at the front. Whereas, at the rear, it gets a 225mm disc. Not to forget, the upcoming Trident will get a dual-channel ABS as standard.


In India, Triumph Trident 660 competes against the likes of Kawasaki Z650. Read how the all-new bike compares with the Z650 below.

Kawasaki Z650

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2021 Kawasaki Z650 was launched in January 2021 with a BS6 compliant engine. It is currently available with a 649cc twin-cylinder liquid-cooled petrol motor. And to be precise, this motor is truly capable of producing 67.3BHP of power @ 8000 RPM and 64Nm of torque @ 6700 RPM. Feature-wise, the all-new bike is fully loaded upto the brim with LED  headlights, 10.9cm coloured TFT display, smartphone connectivity, multiple riding modes, etc. to name a few.


  • Engine – 649cc twin-cylinder liquid-cooled
  • Power – 67.3 BHP @ 8000 RPM
  • Torque – 64Nm @ 6700 RPM
  • Price – Rs.6.04 Lakhs (ex-showroom)