Triumph Daytona 660 starts reaching dealerships in India; Check features

The Daytona 660 is set to be released by Triumph India in the Indian market. The new motorbike has begun arriving at dealerships and is currently listed on the India website.

It is anticipated that Triumph’s Daytona will be the most costly 660 cc motorbike available. It is going to compete against the Ninja 650 Kawasaki. Given that the motorcycles have already arrived at dealerships, the motorbike can be launched at the end of June or the beginning of July.


Triumph Daytona 660 Features

The Daytona 660 is powered by the same 660 cc engine used in the Trident and Tiger Sport. It is a three-cylinder in-line liquid-cooled engine with a firing order of 240 degrees. Nevertheless, Triumph has retuned the engine. It now produces 93.70 bhp of maximum power at 11,250 rpm and 69 Nm of peak torque at 8,250 rpm. When compared, the Trident 660 generates 80bhp at 10,250 rpm and 64 Nm at 6,250 rpm. There is a 6-speed transmission on both bikes. The motorbike has a 16,000 km or 12-month service interval, whichever comes first. The company has introduced a new Sport riding option in addition to the Road and Rain riding modes.

Triumph uses a tubular steel perimeter frame suspended by 41 mm up-side down separate functions. Big piston forks with a 110 mm travel up front and a 130 mm travel Showa monoshock with pre-load adjustability in the back. The sport tourer has a single-piston caliper to stop a 220 mm disc at the back and dual 310 mm discs at the front with 4-piston calipers. Dual-channel ABS is available.