India’s Triumph Daytona 660 is Most Likely to Launch in April 2024

Everything is ready for the Triumph Daytona 660 to debut in India. Triumph’s official Instagram page states that the motorcycle is already being produced for the Indian market. The motorbike made its debut in January 2024, after the Trident 660 and the Tiger Sport 660, which are both available for purchase in India, as the third model with a 660 cc inline triple engine.

Carandbike has learned through dealer sources that the Daytona 660 is expected to be released in April 2024, despite the firm hasn’t made any formal announcements regarding the launch date. Nevertheless, the motorcycle is already advertised on the Triumph India website. A few dealers are even taking reservations for the bike in advance for a meagre Rs 50,000. The motorcycle should cost approximately Rs 10 lakh.

The Daytona 660’s twin LED headlights and vintage “675” model served as inspiration for its design. Overseas, the bike is available in three colour variations, one of which is a race-inspired “660” pattern. It comes with a digital instrument console that has a monochrome TFT LCD screen, just like the Trident 660. Additionally, the optional My Triumph Connectivity System is compatible with the unit. The motorcycle’s electronics feature ride-by-wire and three riding modes: rain, sport and road.

The Daytona 660’s suspension system consists of a 41 mm Showa up-side down (USD) huge piston fork up front and a Showa monoshock with preload adjustable at the rear. There are two 310 mm floating discs in the front and one 220 mm fixed disc in the back that are responsible for braking. The motorcycle weighs 201 kg on the curb, and its seat height is 810 mm.

Regarding the motorbike’s powerplant, the 660 cc inline-triple engine produces 69 Nm of peak torque at 8,250 rpm and roughly 94 horsepower at 11,250 rpm. In addition to a redesigned exhaust system, the Daytona 660 is claimed to sound sportier than its other 660 cc brothers. A torque-assist clutch and a 6-speed gearbox are mated to the engine.

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