Triumph Tiger Sport 660: the brand’s commitment to the trail media | Motorcycles

Triumph Tiger Sport 660: the brand's commitment to the trail media | Motorcycles


The Triumph Tiger Sport 660 is the bet of the British brand to keep a portion of the juicy cake that is the segment of the trail bikes of average displacement. Designed for long trips, although with a set-up that also transmits sporting sensations, it will be available at the end of January 2022 by 9,095 euros.

Its design features a front with sculpted lines and an athletic silhouette, with a full LED headlight, a minimalist exhaust located on the lower side and being able to choose between three different color combinations: blue and black, red and graphite (with sports graphics) and, finally, graphite and black.

Its approach to the road is evident in the driving position, in the height of the rider’s seat (83.5 centimeters above the ground) and in the presence of ergonomic grips for the passenger.

Triumph aims to make the model accessible to all types of riders, so it can be adapted to the A2 card limitations (47 CV) with a reversible kit that can be removed as soon as the owner has the A card.

At that time you can enjoy the three-cylinder engine that mounts the Triumph Tiger Sport 660, what delivers 81 hp of power and 64 Nm of maximum torque in a smooth and linear way, so that the propeller feels full from low regime.

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The motorcycle is fitted with 17-inch wheels and Michelin Road 5 tires, and ride Nissin brakes with double front disc of 310 millimeters. In addition, it equips a 41-millimeter Showa inverted fork (with 150 millimeters of travel) and a Showa rear monoshock with remote hydraulic preload adjustment.

Triumph Tiger Sport 660

Besides, his 17 liter tank makes it have a wide autonomy, something oriented both to long trips and weekend outings. Of course, although this is its main focus, the British brand points out that the Triumph Tiger Spor is also designed to convey sporting sensations on more idle outings and to be agile on a day-to-day basis.

The trail also stands out for its technological endowment, consisting of a TFT multifunction instrument panel, an electronic throttle, two driving modes (Road and Rain), disconnectable traction control, ABS and assisted slipper clutch.

Aware of the importance of customization in this type of model, Triumph also launches a range with more than forty accessories specific for Tiger Sport 660, among which is a 47-liter rear trunk.

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