Triumph India announces accessories for the new Tiger Sport 660

 Triumph India announces accessories for the new Tiger Sport 660

In October 2021, Triumph launched its new middleweight tourer, the new inline three-cylinder 2022 Tiger Sport 660.

And now they have listed the optional accessories for this middleweight tourer. The brand new Tiger Sport from Triumph has an optional luggage kit to make the journey more comfortable. 

The accessories are listed on Triumph Motorcycles India’s official website and arrive into two segments Practical and Protection.



Enhance your long-distance touring capability with the fully integrated and colour coded panniers and 47 litres twin-helmet top box.

The stylish design with single key locking will keep your kit dry, protected and secure. Whether a laptop, two full-face helmets or a sleeping bag, the elegant injection moulded panniers and top box will add practicality and versatility to your everyday.

The Tiger Sport 660 comes equipped with discreetly integrated pannier mounts as standard, allowing for the accessory panniers’ easy fit while maintaining all of the Tiger’s clean rear-end styling when the panniers aren’t fitted.

Add the fully waterproof inner bags to keep your possessions protected from the elements, easily removable when you reach your destination.

  • Twin helmet top box
  • Waterproof inner bags
  • Aluminium luggage rack with integrated pillion grab handles
  • Top box mounting plate
  • Passenger backrest pad



Fear of a drop shouldn’t be hanging over you – add the protection you need for peace of mind in every manoeuvre. Ride confidently with engine covers, frame protectors and fork protectors, and complete your look with the colour-coordinated belly pan and handguards.

  • Frame protectors
  • Engine cover protectors
  • Fork protectors
  • Colour coded belly pan
  • Handguards
  • Rubber tank pad

You can also add smooth scrolling LED indicators and bright LED auxiliary lights for increased visibility and a complete adventure style (market specific).

The Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is also a great safety aid that will give you an early warning of any loss of tyre pressure.

Inapplicable markets, the A2 license conversion kit with APS twist grip and dedicated engine tune will restrict the bike to 35kW. It is easily reversible by a Triumph dealer once the full licence is gained.

  • My Triumph Connectivity module
  • Triumph Shift Assist
  • Internally wired heated grips
  • Scrolling LED indicators
  • LED auxiliary lights
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
  • A2 Restrictor KiT

Subject to local market availability, the Triumph Protect+ Alarm or Triumph Track+ Tracker can deter potential thieves and assist with recovery should the unthinkable happen. These Thatcham approved security devices come with premium Triumph branded vital fobs.


The new Triumph Tiger Sport 660 2022 has now come into the main centre stage with the addition of an inline-triple engine that can generate 81 PS / 80 bhp (59.6 kW) @ 10,250 rpm and a peak torque of 64 Nm @ 6,250 rpm.

The motorbike has enhanced handling and stability. The new Triumph Tiger Sport 660 features a digital TFT console with smartphone connectivity, music, navigation and GoPro control.

Further, the electronics has two riding modes (road and rain).Slip & assist clutch and all LED lighting, with self-cancelling indicators.

Tiger 660 has Showa upside-down forks and a remote preload-adjustable mono-shock rear suspension unit for suspension.

With an 835mm seat height, the bike is a bit high. Further, the tires are 120/70 for the front and 170/55 with 17-inch wheels. The entire package weighs 206 kgs and gets 17 litres fuel tank.

The new Tiger 660 arrives with Nissin brake callipers with ABS and  

Michelin Road 5 tyres. The new Tiger will retail at £8,450.00 in the UK and gets three paint schemes. However, Triumph has still not listed the Indian price for its middleweight sports tourer and accessories.

via Triumph India


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