The standard equipment of the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 is good, but not exaggerated. There is Ride by Wire, two self-explanatory driving modes "Rain" and "Road" and a switchable traction control. As with the Trident, the cockpit is divided into an LC part (inverse) and a small color TFT display. All displays are easy to read and logically arranged. There is also an on-board computer and for an extra charge you can pair the machine with your smartphone via app.
What is missing is lean angle sensors and such important things as wheelie control, launch control, rear wheel lift control and control control. Joking aside, apart from cornering ABS, there's nothing we'd really miss. One or the other motorway driver would perhaps wish for cruise control, which is not available for an extra charge. Oh yes: Unfortunately, there is no main stand either, which should annoy one or the other travel endurist because of the necessary chain care when traveling.
Additional charges include heated grips, QuickShifter, tyre pressure monitoring and, of course, as always with Triumph, abundant accessories such as a case system. A USB charging point can also be retrofitted, but it ends up under the seat. A little tip: This can be moved to the front - where it belongs.
By the way, we have nothing to complain about with the light (full LED incl. the turn signals). Funny: The turn signals have a "fire-and-forget" function: Tap once briefly and then flash three times like in the car, done.