Bookings for the Triumph Daytona 660 have informally opened in India following its unveiling a few days ago. According to our sources, dealers are takingandre johnson houston texans jersey levi s 541 η κουρτινα κρεμεραι τι να καμω andre johnson texans jersey levi s 541 harmont & blaine فستان احلام في ذا فويس الاخضر الكويت krzesło zielone tapicerowane costa calzature παπουτσια milagros mens adidas slim joggers houston texans andre johnson jersey carrera 160 reifen cains moore costa calzature reservations for the Daytona 660, and interested parties can do so by paying Rs 50,000. In a few months, Triumph is anticipated to introduce the motorcycle in India, and delivery will start right away.
Triumph Daytona 660 Engine
Based on the same 660 chassis as the Trident 660 and the Tiger Sport 660, the Triumph Daytona 660 is the company’s newest supersport model. The Daytona 660 boasts the same 660cc inline-triple engine, but it is tuned to produce 95bhp and 69Nm more forcefully. The gearbox has six speeds to match the engine.
Triumph Daytona 660 Specs
The bike has three ride modes—Sport, Road, and Rain—as well as traction control. Regarding suspension, there is a Showa monoshock with preload adjustment and a non-adjustable Showa fork.
The spy images also suggest that the Triumph Daytona 660 could use the same instrumentation as the Trident 660 and offer similar features. Moreover, the riding ergonomics are also pretty relaxed but the styling is relatively more aggressive and similar to the previous-gen Daytona.
We can expect Triumph to launch the Daytona 660 in India a few months after its global unveil and to be positioned as the most expensive model in the 660 range. Triumph has not officially disclosed the new Daytona 660’s price, but we anticipate it to cost approximately Rs 9 lakh. It will compete against the Honda CBR650R and the Kawasaki Ninja 650.