The previous times we have seen the 2021 Triumph trident, was in its all-white, model style. The second was in the rather stunning test livery but now Triumph have unveiled the full production model.
The new three-cylinder A2 roadster takes aim directly at the Yamaha MT07, which we expect should be updated soon. Yamaha has released their updated MT09 recently, and we would expect to see the smaller MT07 updated also.
How much is the new Triumph Trident?
The new Trident 660, starts at £7,195 but when the options start to be ticked, the price quickly rises. When we played with the Triumph configurator the price hit £8,800 by the time we have added lots of the desirable parts like a quickshifter.
The paint colours available are crystal white and sapphire black which are standard options, or Matt jet black and silver or silver ice and diablo red, both of which are a £100 option.
45 official Triumph accessories for the Trident
The Triumph technology pack adds £506 to the price tag, and this includes the up and down quickshifter, wireless connectivity module, and a USB charger.
We also added the Triumph machined bar end mirrors (£179) the aluminium belly pan (£135) Triumph protect+ (£255) and a fly screen (£105) plus some other minor visual items.
It is worth noting that all options are fitted in dealers before delivery, not from the factory so additional fitting prices may occur.
The new bike should give younger riders a serious headache adding to the already competitive A2 market. Despite being A2 restrictable, in raw unrestricted form, it should also be great fun to ride and we can’t wait. We are expecting Tridents to be in dealerships from January 2021.