Vehicle manufacturer Triumph has started pre-booking its Trident 660, an upcoming Dhansu bike in India.
Customers can pre-book it before its launch. Customers are being given a chance to book it by visiting the company’s official dealerships.
The company is also offering low monthly installment (EMI) to customers to book it.
The company has not yet revealed its price.
How much can I book by paying?
Customers can pre-book the Triumph Trident 660 by paying a token amount of Rs 50,000.
If a customer does not want to pay so much money at one go, then the company is also giving him an opportunity to pre-book the bike at a lower EMI.
Customers can book it at a monthly installment of Rs 9,999. However, it is important for them to know that the company’s special finance scheme is available for a limited time only. So don’t delay.
What will be the price?
According to reports, the Triumph Trident 660 will cost less than the Triumph Street Twin. The Triumph Street Twin has a starting price of Rs 7.45 lakh (ex-showroom). This means that Trident 660 will cost less than this.
Equipped with many features
The Trident 660 has anti-braking system (ABS), traction control and LED lighting setup.
Along with this, two riding modes Road and Rain have also been given in the bike.
It has a new TFT display, new tubular steel chassis. It also has a 41 mm USD front and monoshock suspension at the rear.
At the same time, a single piston nisin caliper with 310 mm twin disc brake in the front and single disc in the rear has been given.
Engine is very strong
According to the news, this bike has a 660cc in-line triple cylinder engine for power, which gives a maximum power of 80 bhp at 10,250rpm and a maximum torque of 64nm at 6,250rpm.
Please tell that its engine will come with a six-speed gearbox. The Trident 660 weighs 189 kg.
No official announcement of its launch date has been made yet, but the company may launch it in early 2021.