Triumph Daytona 675 R

Triumph Daytona 675R Review

If you can afford the R over the standard then go for it. It has great torque and that great triple sound which is only enhanced further by the Arrow can. Ohlins and Brembos are standard and all I can say is brilliant all round. They are easy to adjust and you can feel the adjustments no matter how small, the brakes have great bite without being too much and the bike just wants to lean.

REVIEW

★★★★★
Performance, handling
× Expensive

Having previously had an earlier 2010 example of the Daytona 675 I decided to downsize from my BMW S1000RR back to a supersport machine. All the reports on the updated Daytona were positive and all agreed an improvement over what was already a great bike. I managed to get a launch edition model which came with numerous extras and also had the Arrow end can fitted. Here are my thoughts and how it compared against the previous model Daytona.

Triumph Daytona 675 R

Engine - Triumph claimed a small increase in power. Not specifically noticeable but engine did seem smoother and more responsive through the rev range. Still great torque and that great triple sound which was only enhanced further by the Arrow can.

Triumph Daytona 675 R

Suspension & Handling - as it comes standard with Ohlins and Brembos all I can say is brilliant all round. Easy to adjust and you could feel the adjustments no matter how small. Brakes had great bite without being too much and bike just wanted to lean. Came with slightly more road focused tyres and handling in all conditions was top notch.

Triumph Daytona 675 R

Riding Position - much improved over previous Daytona. Seat height slightly up on the new standard Daytona but lower than original Daytona. Clip ons also slightly higher so not as much weight on wrists.

Triumph Daytona 675 R 2013

Overall - during the time I owned the bike I had no problems with it. Couple of trips abroad which were slightly trickier as smaller rear seat pad but offset by fact that the exhaust is no longer under the seat so I had other luggage options to explore. If you can afford the R over the standard then go for it. Yes you don't need the fancy suspension etc. that you get on the R, but it's nice to have that bit of bling for not that much extra. However the standard bike won't disappoint.

- Simon, 2016

Triumph Daytona 675R For Sale

Specs

Capacity: 675 cc

Power: 126 bhp

Seat Height: 830 mm

Wet Weight: 184 kg

Range: 170 miles

RRP: £10,950

All Specs

Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
2011 £6,700 £5,400 £4,700 14,100
2012 £6,900 £5,500 £4,850 12,400
2013 £7,100 £5,700 £5,000 10,700
2014 £7,400 £5,900 £5,200 8,800
2015 £7,750 £6,200 £5,400 6,900
2016 £8,150 £6,500 £5,700 5,100
2017 £8,600 £6,900 £6,050 3,700

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