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Triumph Trident 660 Vs Kawasaki Ninja 400 comparison

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Ex-Showroom Price
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₹ 6.95 Lakh
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Triumph Trident 660 Vs Kawasaki Ninja 400 Comparison: Which Bike is Better?

Trying to figure out which of these bikes or scooters to buy? Compare the Trident 660 Vs Ninja 400 on carandbike to make an informed buying decision as to which bike to buy in 2021. This comparison has been carried out on the basis of prices, engine specifications, mileage, and features of these two-wheelers.

Trident 660 Vs Ninja 400 – Which model is Cheapest?

The ex-showroom price of the Kawasaki Ninja 400 in New Delhi starts at ₹ 4.99 Lakh. On the other hand, Triumph Trident 660 price in New Delhi of base variant starts at ₹ 6.95 Lakh.

SummaryTriumph Trident 660Kawasaki Ninja 400
Price₹ 6.95 Lakh₹ 4.99 Lakh
ManufacturerTriumphKawasaki
Body TypeSportsSports
MileageN/A25.00 Km/l
Power80.00 bhp48.30 bhp
Engine660.0 CC399.0 CC
Fuel TypePetrolPetrol

Trident 660 Vs Ninja 400 – Which gives Better Mileage?

As for the claimed fuel efficiency, the Kawasaki Ninja 400 base engine returns 25 Km/l. The Triumph Trident 660 base returns 0 Km/l.

Trident 660 Vs Ninja 400 – Which has a Better Engine Efficiency?

In the powertrain department, the Kawasaki Ninja 400 gets bhp Petrol engine, whereas the Triumph Trident 660 comes in bhp Petrol engine.

Engine

Engine CC 660.0 cc399.0 cc
No Of Cylinder 32
Max Power 80 bhp @ 10250 rpm48.3 bhp @ 10000 rpm
Max Torque 64 Nm @ 6250 rpm38 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Valves Per Cylinder 124
Fuel Delivery Electronic Fuel InjectionFuel Injection
Cooling System Liquid CooledLiquid Cooled
Starting Mechanism Self StartSelf Start
Bore x stroke 74.0 mm x 51.1 mmN/A
Compression 11.1:1N/A
Emission Standard BS VIN/A
Final Drive X-ring chainN/A

Fuel Consumption

Fuel Tank Capacity 14.0 L14.0 L
Reserve Fuel Capacity N/AN/A
Mileage N/A25.00 Km/l
Overall Riding Range N/AN/A

Dimension and Weight

Kerb Weight 189 kg173 kg
Length 2020 mm2020 mm
Width 790 mm710 mm
Height 1080 mm1120 mm
Wheelbase 1407 mm1370 mm
Ground Clearance N/A140 mm
Seat Height 805 mm785 mm

Transmission

No. Of Gears 6 Gears6 Gears
Clutch Wet, Multi-plate, SlipN/A

Chassis and Suspension

Chassis Type Tubular Steel Perimeter FrameTrellis, High-tensile Steel
Front Suspension Showa 41mm Upside Down Separate Function Forks (SFF)ø41 Mm Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension Showa Monoshock RSU, With Preload AdjustmentBottom-Link Uni-Trak, Gas-charged Shock With Adjustable Preload

Braking

Front Brake Type Nissin Two-piston Sliding Calipers, Twin Floating Discs, ABSDisc
Rear Brake Type Nissin Single-piston Sliding Caliper, Single Disc, ABSDisc
Front Disc/Drum Size 310 mm310 mm
Rear Disc/Drum Size 255 mm220 mm

Wheel and Tyres

Wheel Size 17 inches17 inches
Wheel Type Alloy WheelsAlloy Wheels
Front Tyre 120/70R17110/70R17 M/C 54H
Rear Tyre 180/55R17150/60R17 M/C 66H

Electricals

Battery N/AMaintenance Free
Headlight LEDLED
Tail Light LEDLED

Standard Features

SpeedometerDigitalDigital
TachometerDigitalAnalogue
Gear Indicatorticktick
Fuel Warning Indicatorticktick
Fuel Gaugeticktick
Low Oil Indicatorticktick
Low Battery Indicatorticktick
Pillion Seatticktick
Pillion Grabrailcrosscross
Engine Kill Switchticktick
Clockticktick
Tripmeter TypeDigitalDigital
Tripmeter Countticktick
Pass Lightticktick
ABScross-
Ride By Wirecross-
Switchable Traction Controlcross-
9MB ABS Brakes-cross
High Performance High Controllability-tick
Instrument Has Everything That Distinguishes A Genuine KTM-cross
Largest Brake Disc In Class-tick
Lightweight, Sharp-Looking And High-Performance Sport Model-tick
Sharp New Ninja Styling: High Class & Futuristic-tick
Telescopic Fork Suspension -cross

Additonal Features

2 riding modes (road and rain)tick-
Multi-functional instruments with TFT displaytick-
Riding Modes: Sport ,Road & Raincross-
Triumph Shift Assist (Accessory fit)tick-
Bosch Dual channel (with supermoto)-cross
Ergonomics Provides Plenty Of Space & Freedom Of Movement-cross
Silencer Is Positioned Close To The Bike'S Overall Centre Of Gravity-cross

Key Features

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