The Triumph Trident 660 is here to shake things up! With 80bhp, 10,000-mile service intervals, and a price to match, this bike is ready to take on any challengers.
A naked streetbike that’s handsome, sleek, and refined, the Triumph Trident delivers blistering speed in a comfortable and characterful package. The Trident can be ridden almost effortlessly by newcomers or expertly by experienced riders.
With the impressive heritage of Triumph’s award-winning Street Triple, you might be forgiven for thinking this bike is nothing more than an offshoot. It’s not. The Trident is a bike designed for ripping through city streets or cruising country roads. All in all, it’s an advernture of it’s own thus giving the classic Trident name a new lease of life.
Triumph Trident 2021 Price
The Triumph Trident 660 is an affordable, stylish, high-performance bike. Perfect for those wanting to tap into the new bike market without breaking the bank. The new Triumph Trident 660 is priced sligthly above market averge for this category at just £7195.
Trident 660’s higher initial price shouldn’t deter buyers, as over the lifetime of owning it, it should actually be much cheaper to own than its Japanese rivals. A huge thanks to the wider spread servicing requirements.
Power & Specs
Based on a completely new engine platform with all-new components and brand new styling, the Triumph Trident 660 sets out to be a cracking entry-level bike. The Trident has peak torque of 47lbft at 6250rpm, with peak power of 80bhp at 10,250rpm.
A2 configuration on the Triumph Trident 660 is also available. Opening the new machine up to a much wider market.
|Bore x Stroke||74 x 51.1mm|
|Engine layout||Inline three-cylinder four stroke|
|Engine details||Water-cooled 12v|
|Power||60kw/80bhp 81PS @10,250rpm|
|Top speed||135MPH (EST)|
|Average fuel consumption||60mpg/52tested|
|Tank size||14 litres|
|Max range to empty (theoretical)||186 miles|
|Rider aids||Traction control, ABS and two rider modes|
|Frame||Steel tubular perimeter|
|Front suspension||Showa 41mm inverted|
|Front suspension adjustment||None|
|Rear suspension||Showa single rear shock|
|Rear suspension adjustment||Pre-load|
|Front brake||2 x 310mm discs, Nissin two piston caliper|
|Rear brake||255mm single disc, single-piston calliper|
|Front tyre||120/70 ZR17 on test Michelin Road 5|
|Rear tyre||180/55 ZR17 on test Michelin Road 5|
|Warranty||Unlimited miles / 2 years|
|MCIA Secured Rating||Not yet included|
The Trident’s ergonomic design is ideal for daily commutes and long highway rides. From the low-mounted pegs to the fully adjustable saddle, every aspect of your riding comfort has been carefully considered.
Triumph has done away with the split seat in favour of a single-piece construction, to give a friendlier, more comfortable experience.