All new Tiger Sport 660 brings triple versatility to middle weight adventure sports segment.
All-new Tiger Sport 660 has the most powerful triple engine, providing 81PS at 10,250rpm and 64Nm at 6,250rpm. A ride-by-wire throttle and smooth 6-speed transmission with gear ratios optimized for pleasure and all-around everyday rideability ensure precise and responsive power delivery. There is an underslung stainless-steel silencer for the Euro 5 compliant engine’s trademark deep exhaust noise.
The 41mm Showa upside-down cartridge forks on the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 provide 150mm of wheel travel at the front, while the Showa monoshock features hydraulic preload adjustment and a dual rate spring to improve solo riding comfort.
The lightweight cast aluminum 5-spoke 17″ wheels contribute to the bike’s outstanding agility, while the Michelin Road 5 tyres provide excellent road holding performance in both dry and rainy situations. Nissin’s two-piston sliding calipers with twin 310mm front discs provide excellent stopping power when used in conjunction with the span-adjustable brake lever.
The new Tiger Sport 660 comes equipped with turn-by-turn navigation via Triumph’s My Triumph connectivity system, as well as a TFT display for ease rider interaction. Additionally, it includes GoPro control, as well as phone and music interaction. The Tiger Sport 660 features two riding modes – Road and Rain – that modify the throttle response and traction control settings, enhancing rider control and confidence in all riding situations. The Tiger Sport 660 comes included with anti-lock braking and switchable traction control.
The new Tiger’s long-distance touring capability is aided by a big fuel tank capable of holding 17 litres of fuel, which provides excellent range, and an aerodynamic height-adjustable screen that provides wind and weather protection on curving roadways. When riding without luggage, integrated pannier mounts enable for quick installation of new accessory panniers while keeping the clean look of the rear bodywork. Additionally, a 47-litre top box is offered to hold two full-face helmets.
The middle-weight Tiger’s slip-and-assist clutch and span-optimized clutch lever make operating light and easy, decreasing rider fatigue. Additionally, dual headlights, integrated tail lights, self-dimming indicators, and full LED lighting are included. The teardrop mirrors, contoured radiator cowls and fork guards, and minimalist underslung stainless-steel silencer all contribute to the motorcycle’s adventure sports design.
The all-new Tiger Sport 660 is available in three striking color combinations: contemporary Lucerne Blue and Sapphire Black, lively Korosi Red and Graphite with characteristic athletic designs, or a minimalist Graphite and Black.