Triumph Daytona 675 (2006 - 2012)

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Triumph Daytona 675 (2006 - 2012)

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Reviewed: 25 June 2009 by Visordown
I enjoyed the 600 and 650 Daytonas, and I was also one of the few journos that thought the TT600 was a bit of fun. But all three models were a fair way off rocking the Japanese. Looking back, Triumph seemed to wander off into four-cylinder land but found it ...  Continue reading

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The Hinckley engineers have definitely put Old Blighty back on the map with this extraordinary bike. No matter what mood you're in, twisting the throttle on full lean will put a huge smile on your face while th Continue reading...
Glorious bike that should be on everyones bucket list! Continue reading...
Brilliant bike overall and very reliable I've but a lot of miles on mine with trips to Amsterdam and France but the daytona soaked them up without even a hiccup! As mentioned before there's a few issues with ri Continue reading...
Previously, I rode a Street Triple, and it made a great commuting bike, but it has an upright riding position. Nothing wrong with that, but the Daytona just makes for one hell of a great speed machine, on the s Continue reading...
The 2010 update to the dashboard is much cleaner and better looking. The bike is well put together, and seems very reliable except a minor issue with low mileage bikes on which the exhaust valve may stick. This Continue reading...

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Love it to bits.. I traded in my Sv-650 for this one, so sleek nice and light. I only think now I should have gone for brand new one as now I feel this is to be kept for a long time. I recommend it, infact since I bought it lots of people have done so too.

Posted: 29/09/2009 at 14:12



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Fun on the track but even more at home on the open road. Excellent.
 
Sooo tiny, standard suspension needs firming up for the track.
  • Price: £7999.00
  • Year: 2006 - 2012
  • Top speed: 163mph
  • Engine capacity: 675cc
  • Power: 124bhp
  • Torque: 53lb ft
  • Weight: 185kg

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