Fast Bike Sdn Bhd, the sole distributor of the Triumph Motorcycles brand in Malaysia has officially announced the price of the 2022 Tiger Sport 660.
The new middleweight sport touring bike from Hinckley is available from as low as RM49,900 (exclude registration and insurance), making it the most affordable motorcycle in its segment for the Malaysian market.
Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia is also offering an early-bird package whereby customers who purchase the new Tiger Sport 660 will also walk away with selected optional accesories comprising of Triumph’s Connectivity Module, dual comfort low seats, frame protector kits, fork protectors, hand guards, USB charger kit and tank pads.
The early bird package is offered in conjuction with Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia’s 10th anniversary.
Built on the same platform as the Trident 660, the Tiger Sport 660 features the same triple-cylinder engine as its naked sibling and is set to go up against the Kawasaki Versys 650, Suzuki V-Strom 650 and the Yamaha Tracer 7.
Like the Trident, the Tiger Sport 660 features two riding modes, Road and Rain, ride-by-wire with 6-speed transmission, and a slipper/clutch.
Braking is done by twin 2-piston Nissin radial callipers paired to a 310mm disc at the front and a 255mm disc at the rear. It also features dual-channel ABS that’s, unfortunately, can’t be turn off.
Other exciting features include:
- 41mm Showa USD front forks with 150mm travel
- Showa rear monoshock with hydraulic preload adjustable
- 835mm seat height
- 17.2L fuel tank
- LED lights with self-cancelling indicators
- TFT display with My Triumph connectivity
- Triumph Shift Assist up/down quickshifter (optional)
- heated grips (optional)
- under-seat USB charger (optional)
- TPMS (optional)