Triumph’s looking to make waves within the midweight adventure sports market with the announcement of the new Tiger Sport 660, set to be available in dealers February, 2022.
Offering 79 hp at 10,250 rpm and 47 ft-lbs of peak torque at 6,259 rpm, Triumph is hoping to set a new class-leading standard with the highest level of power and specification at the lowest cost of ownership in the category.
The small triple offers low-down torque, strong mid-range and top-end power. This adventure sport model is meant to be versatile for a broad-spectrum of riders with a low seat height of 833 mm and Showa 41 mm upside-down cartridge forks and Showa monoshock RSU with remote hydraulic preload adjustment.
The new Tiger Sport 660 boasts long-distance comfort with a 17-litre fuel tank, integrated pannier mounts, and a height-adjustable screen easy to adjust with one hand while riding; as well as two riding modes, road and rain.
The Triumph Tiger Sport 660 will be offered in three colours; Sapphire Black, Korosi Red and Luceren Blue. The base price for the Tiger Sport 660 will be $10,495, plus an additional $125 if you want the Korosi Red or Luceren Blue colour schemes.