Triumph launched the new Trident 660 in India. It will be the new entry point for buyers looking to get their hands on a bike from the British manufacturer. The Trident 660 will rival the likes of Kawasaki Z650.
Triumph set the price of the bike at ₹6.95 lakh (ex-showroom). Reservations for the new Trident 660 have been open for a few weeks and the company is expected to start delivering the bikes soon. Buyers will also benefit from a 16,000 km service interval as well as a two-year unlimited mileage warranty. The buyer can also personalize their Trident 660 by choosing from a range of over 45 genuine Triumph bicycle accessories.
The new Trident 660 was built using contributions from renowned Triumph bicycle designer, Rodolfo Frascoli, the author of the popular Triumph Tiger 900 design. The company has promoted the bike as an easy rider with precise handling.
Shoeb Farooq, Commercial Director of Triumph Motorcycles India, said: “We are delighted to bring the Trident 660 to the country as it marks our entry into the premium mid-weight roadster category in India. The Trident is the latest addition to Triumph’s line of roadsters in India, bringing the number to four – Street Triple RS, Street Triple R, The Speed Triple 1200RS and the Trident 660. “
He added: “The response to the Trident has been overwhelming, as we had over 125 bookings even before the pricing was announced. We are confident that Trident will set new benchmarks in the segment and increase the reach and reach of Triumph in India. With the Trident, Triumph now offers 16 motorcycles across the range in India, offering motorcycles in a variety of riding styles and segments.
Via: HT Auto