2013 Triumph Daytona 675/675R FIRST LOOK — Motorcyclist Magazine Up…

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Triumph Daytona 675

2013 Triumph Daytona 675| FIRST LOOK

Triumph ’s 675 has never suffered harsh or dismissal. It’s long a favorite due to its sharp looks, handling, and the broadband power. The that debuted in 2006 was outstanding, and Triumph has kept the at the forefront with conservative

The bike underwent minor and aesthetic changes in 2009, and in Triumph introduced the up-spec 675R.

Triumph aims to keep iterations of the Daytona fresh, so for the company has given the bikes the intense overhaul to date. “A few would have kept the 675 on the but the 2013 Daytona is set to raise the bar again,” says Triumph. To end, Triumph re-engineered the 675cc triple with a bore and shorter …, new valves, twin injectors per and reshaped intake and exhaust

Redline has been raised to rpm, and Triumph says both horsepower and torque are are up, with a broader midrange to boot. Owners asked for a clutch, and Triumph delivers: the bike has a slip-assist clutch the one in the new Kawasaki ZX-6R, which a lighter lever pull and downshifts.

Triumph has been cautious in the Daytona’s appearance, but the designers changed course for 2013. The features totally reshaped with a broader snout, nuanced fairing, and a slimmer, tail devoid of the previous exhaust. A new, compact now exits under the engine, to centralize mass.

Lighter, swirl-spoke wheels to a claimed 3-pound weight

Triumph Daytona 675

The Daytona R-bike gets all the updates as the base model, Öhlins’ NIX30 fork and shock, Brembo’s latest brakes, a quickshifter, and a healthy of carbon fiber.

Chassis include a new aluminum frame from fewer pieces and a shorter wheelbase and sharper geometry. A new cast-aluminum subframe the previous tubular-steel unit and to lower the seat by 10mm. The is the latest KYB fixed-cartridge unit and in a new minimalist triple clamp.

It looks like Triumph is using the hard to read LCD dash, but at least the gas gauge a return. Brake hardware is but a new switchable ABS system has been and features a selectable Sport with late intervention allows rear-wheel drift.

Pricing hasn’t increased despite improvements like ABS and a clutch. The base model retail for $11,599 (up $600 2012), while the 675R cost $13,499 (up $800). versions of the Daytona are scheduled to in U.S. dealerships in February. be riding the bike well that, so stay tuned for the Ride .

Triumph Daytona 675
Triumph Daytona 675
Triumph Daytona 675
Triumph Daytona 675

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