Triumph Daytona 955i Motorbikes For Sale

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Triumph Daytona 955i
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Current Prices: £3,050–£2,150
Insurance Costs: 9 of 10

What Is It?

The Triumph Daytona T595 is premium sports bike and is powered by a liquid cooled 955 cc triple engine which puts out 130 bhp at 9,900 rpm and maximum torque at 7,600 rpm.

Features include:

  • Aluminium twin-spar frame with single sided swingarm
  • Dual 320 mm discs up front with Nissin four piston calipers
  • 220 mm disc at the rear with Nissin two piston caliper
  • Adjustable 45 mm Showa fork with 120 mm travel
  • Adjustable Showa rear monoshock with 140 mm travel
  • Triple analogue dash
  • Adjustable brake lever
  • Pillion seat + cowl
  • 3->1 exhaust system
  • 6 speed gearbox

Compared to the 1997-1998 model the name has changed to avoid confusion about the capacity of the bike and there's a new exhaust system to aid ground clearance.

The 3-spoke 17" wheels take a Bridgestone BT56 Battlax 120/70 tyre at the front and a 190/50 at the rear.

Colours: Black, silver, yellow, red, green

Specs

Launch RRP: £8,800

Capacity: 955 cc (high)

Power: 130 bhp, 97 kW (high)

Red Line: 10,500 rpm (high)

Top Speed: 165 mph, 265 km/h (very high)

Fuel Consumption / Gas Mileage: 45 mpg, 6.3 l/100km, 15.9 km/l (average)

Range: 180 miles, 290 km (high)

Fuel Capacity: 18.0 litres, 4.8 US gallons (high)

Seat Height: 800 mm, 31.5 inches (average)

Dry Weight: 198 kg, 437 pounds

Road Tax (VED): £96 / Year (very high)

Road tax and VED guide

Model History & Updates

2001: New analogue + LCD dash, weight saving double sided swingarm, sharper styling, 147 bhp at 10,700 rpm, maximum torque at 8,200 rpm, 11.500 rpm redline, 21 litre fuel capacity, 180 rear tyre, 815 mm seat height and 188 kg dry weight. £8,950. Check out this video review from Men and Motors.

2003: Centennial edition with green colour scheme.

2004: New single sided swingarm, new headlight and restyled dash. Check out this walkaround video from Jeremy Wesco.

Review In A Few

What's Good?

  • Plenty of smooth power
  • Brakes
  • Looks

Any Downsides?

  • No gear position indicator
  • On the heavy side

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Price Guide

Year
Dealer
Private
Part Ex
Mileage
2006
£3,050
£2,450
£2,150
21,600
2005
£3,000
£2,400
£2,100
22,500
2004
£2,950
£2,350
£2,050
23,300
2003
£2,900
£2,350
£2,050
24,000
2002
£2,850
£2,300
£2,000
24,600
2001
£2,800
£2,250
£1,950
25,200
2000
£2,750
£2,200
£1,950
25,600
1999
£2,700
£2,150
£1,900
26,000

Year shows signs of appreciation

Dealer: The typical price paid at a dealer after haggling.
Private: The typical private sale value of a bike in good condition.
Part Ex: The typical price offered by a bike buying service or dealer in part exchange.
Regional variations have been averaged out and we work out the price guide in-house.

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Popularity & How Many Left

Year
On Road
Off Road
Total
For Sale
2006
161
157
318
97 / month
2005
109
109
218
73 / month
2004
134
141
275
110 / month
2003
151
203
354
110 / month
2002
137
258
395
110 / month
2001
148
240
388
38 / month
2000
150
319
469
7 / month
1999
230
484
714
62 / month

Source: DVLA

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