One of the best British sportsbikes in years, the Daytona 675 can both turn heads and carve up corners. Scroll down for our articles on the supersport triple.
A standout in the middleweight 600 crowd, the Triumph Daytona 675 was renewed for the 2009 model year with engine modifications to give a little more power and 500rpm more rev range - now topping out at 13,900rpm.
The Daytona 675 has an inline triple engine, of - no surprises - 675cc capacity. The new Triumph (as of the early 90s), tried a triple after producing several supersport models with inline four engines and have never looked back. Frequently described as being "full of character" and having extremely good pull even from down low, the engine has proved to be extremely popular. Click here for the writeups on how to remove the Daytona engine., or click here to see how to drain the coolant.
As you might expect from a modern sportsbike, the Daytona 675 has quite a capable setup. Inverted forks up front and Nissin monoblock brake calipers perform well. Click here for the brake and suspension articles.