2013 Triumph Daytona 675R motorcycle review @ Top Speed

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Triumph Daytona 675


year: 2013 $13499 Horsepower @ RPM: 125 @

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After it was in numerous spy shots during testings, the new 2013 Triumph 675 R was finally revealed to the public at the Motor Show together the base 675 model. The bike a new look and fresh color a tasty red subframe and many fiber (for the hugger, heat shield and front

The model comes with a quick shifter and a strong that delivers a maximum of 125 hp at 12,600 rpm and 72 Nm of torque. Other features are the dynamic arrow found on the silencer, the single cowl and the sporty CNC machine

Another addition for 2013 is by the fresh instrument panel now comes with a lap timer, gear change indicator and a indicator.

We also need to a shout at the sporty exhaust and the race kit. Not to mention, the 308mm brake discs and the four-piston radial monoblock which are always ready to the bike in no time.

As far as pricing the 2013 Triumph Daytona starts at $13,999, while the model costs $11,599.

Hit the jump for more information on the Daytona 675 and 675R.


Press release

Brand higher-powered 675cc triple 126bhp (+2bhp), 55ft.lbs. of torque and an increased 14,400rpm red New chassis with improved distribution and repositioned exhaust New ABS system with track Slip-assist clutch standard lighter R version with components and quickshifter standard unlimited-mileage warranty standard


Triumph’s Daytona 675 shook up convention with its three-cylinder, format when it first in 2006, then it did the same to the order by setting new class standards.

Ever since its the Daytona has consistently topped tests, won awards around the and even trounced high-specification in the prestigious international Masterbikes winning this toughest and comprehensive test of all sports two years in a row. Race have taken titles the world and six years later still a winner on the track. Yet the Daytona’s razor-sharp style and muscle-packed character which has just as much to its dedicated

Now for 2013 Triumph has unleashed an Daytona 675 and Daytona 675R, a brand-new engine, new frame, and sophisticated new bodywork and a host of changes built on everything has learned from the enormously outgoing model. A few tweaks and would have kept the 675 on the but the 2013 Daytona is set to raise the bar again.

The result is a bike which is lighter than the old model, more power, an extended rev greater precision, feel and It’s faster on the track, on the road and even more to own.

The heart of the new Daytona is its new which brings more and a subtly new character, too. The key is the wider bore and shorter dimensions, allowing a higher rev limit to gain more and a broader spread of usable Facilitating this is the new block, from the upper crankcase and ceramic coated aluminum so it can be made stronger to cope the higher pressures.

Power is up to 126bhp, peaking earlier at and revving on for longer. The torque is 2ft.lbs higher at 55.3lb.ft, an increase across the rev range.

On the side are new twin injectors per aiding the power and torque as well as improving fueling and efficiency. For the first time, valves are fitted, helping the achieve higher revs and Triumph’s engineers room to them to improve gas flow. has been so effective there has no need to increase the valve despite the wider bore.

It’s further helped by the new section intake, which air straight into the center of the right through the headstock, and as a bonus this increases the and volume of the signature three-cylinder intake roar for the rider.

The system is a clear change as the and purposeful new unit now sits the engine rather than the rear seat. This is a of the mission by Triumph’s engineers to the bike’s mass as much as and move the weight forward, key in making the new Daytona even agile and yet more stable at

The transmission features a new slip-assist to provide a lighter lever and help prevent rear hop under heavy braking. is aided by the engine management opens the throttle butterflies to engine braking.

As well as the new, innovative intake the frame uses fewer in its construction for a cleaner, stronger and has sharper geometry and a shorter to make full use of the revised distribution. The rear subframe, from high pressure cast aluminium, not only fantastic but contributes to the slim, design at the rear of the bike.

The suspension is new and includes the latest forks from KYB (formerly and revised rear shock. Pirelli Supercorsa tyres are as standard. The new switchable ABS system, weighs just 3lbs. a late intervention track which allows rear drift.

The ergonomics are altered with a 10mm reduction in height and a little less placed on the wrists, but the riding is still designed for the best at high speed and on the track.

The new has a sharper, leaner look also reflects the higher of the new bike. Features such as the split upper fairing add an air of while the attention to detail has to a new level and includes a highly upper yoke, machined mounting bolts, plugged mounting plate, a revised area and quickly detachable plate/tail-light unit for easy day conversion.

New lightweight wheels lower inertia which the speed of turn and the speed of It all adds up to a more involved

The comprehensive LCD multi-functional instrument features digital speedometer, gauge, trip computer, tachometer, lap timer, gear indicator, programmable gear lights, and a clock. The unit is to report tire pressures Triumph’s accessory Tire Monitoring System (TPMS) is while switchable ABS (compatible can be easily configured via the display.

For added security, an electronic is included as standard.


Once again the R version of the adds the very highest components to increase its performance as well as sporting a unique

Öhlins suspension is fitted, a TTX rear shock and NIX30 forks, providing the R with a range of adjustability, improved and a firmer base set up.

The latest, Brembo Monobloc calipers are for precise and powerful stopping. ABS is included as standard, to suit riding environments and rider

The R comes standard with a gear change, improved new software for 2013.

Stunning fiber cockpit infill replace the stock ones, improving the view from the and a carbon fiber rear is also fitted. Cosmetic include a red rear subframe and such as the red wheel pinstripes.

and Warranty

A wide range of accessories are available for the Daytona 675 and 675R, each designed to both the style and the function of the The carefully-designed engine, swingarm and protectors improve the looks as as reducing component vulnerability. also a selection of CNC-machined including brake levers and colored dipsticks and oil filler

An approved Arrows silencer is along with alarms, luggage and LED indicators. The quick-shift can be as an option to the stock Daytona

As with all new Triumph motorcycles, the 675 and Daytona 675R come an unlimited mileage, two-year warranty.

Pricing and Availability

The public reveal for the 2013 models will be on November at the EICMA Milan Motorcycle U.S. pricing will be for the Daytona 675 and $13,499 for the Daytona Both models will arriving in dealerships this

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