Triumph Daytona 675 overview

There are various models of this bike and they really do differ from year to year. The 2006 and 2009 models have big differences in terms of the new angular top fairing, monoblock calipers and the suspension. Overall, the Triumph Daytona 675 is a very good alternative to the Japanese super sport bike market and whichever version you get, you’ll be impressed.

The high seat of this bike will make you feel immediately in control of this machine – although it can feel a bit intimidating at first. The screen is typically low and the steering is quick but stable.

You’ll find the midrange horsepower makes the Triumph Daytona 675 a great ride whatever the terrain. If you’re on a track day, this bike can give you a shot of adrenaline no problem. The engine doesn’t feel like it’s working too hard and really doesn’t break a sweat.

Overall, this bike is a reliable number that can excite most riders. This brand won’t let you down, either. It has a good history of stability and reliability, even in the older models. You can get your hands on a large range of accessories too, such as a plug-in quick shifter, Arrow exhausts and a lot more.

Triumph Daytona 675 spec

Seat height820mm
EngineLiquid cooled, four stroke, DOHC, 4v
Average fuel consumption47mpg
Top speed156mph
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Owner Reviews

Submitted by:AdamReview Date: November 2016
Find it very comfortable but legs can become stiff after a few hours
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Super responsive
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Starts on the button and feels like new
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Pulls like a train
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Stops on a dime
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Wish I got the arrow exhaust
Pros CommentsSuper responsive, super build, super feel and super speed just a super bike. The look I still love how it looks and feels to ride.
Cons CommentsWish I got the arrow exhaust

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