Triumph is known for making bikes that have inline three-cylinder engines. One of its most known bikes is the Daytona 675. A middleweight sportbike, it has an inline three-cylinder engine. It occupies a unique space in the middleweight sportbike category as it is technically not a 600cc bike. However, having just 75cc above 600 that most middleweight sportbikes have, this bike has a unique positioning in the market. The only other manufacturer competing in this unique space against Triumph is MV Agusta with F3 675. So, for 2017, what does this bike bring to the competition? Here’s a lowdown on 2017 Triumph Daytona 675 price in UK, specifications and other details.
2017 Triumph Daytona 675 Price in UK
|Standard Variant Price||GBP 9,600|
|Daytona 675R Price||GBP 10,950|
For the price that 2017 Triumph Daytona 675 comes with, it is quite cheaper in comparison to MV Agusta F3 675. The Italian bike comes in for a price of GBP 11,750. The Daytona 675 feels relatively inexpensive when you factor in the price of Daytona 675R and compare it against F3 675’s, the latter still being the costlier bike.
2017 Triumph Daytona 675 Specifications
|Engine displacement and type||675cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, inline three-cylinder|
|Transmission||6-speed with slipper clutch|
|Suspension (front)||41mm Kayaba upside down fork, fully adjustable|
|Suspension (rear)||Kayaba monoshock, compression and preload adjustable|
|Brakes (front)||Twin 310mm discs with dual Nissin 4-piston calipers, ABS|
|Brakes (rear)||Single 220mm disc with single Brembo one-piston caliper, ABS|
|Fuel Consumption||52.4 mpg|
The 2017 Triumph Daytona 675 does offer some nice set of mechanical components. There is a slipper clutch, adjustable Kayaba suspension, Nissin brakes up front, Brembo brake at the back. The fuel consumption of the bike at 52.4mpg is quite decent. All this paired to that inline three-cylinder motor make for a competitive package.
2017 Triumph Daytona 675 Features
- Inline three-cylinder engine
- Nissin front brakes (Brembo on 675R)
- Brembo rear brake
- 17.4 litre fuel tank capacity
- Adjustable Kayaba suspension (Ohlins on 675R)
- Carbon fibre dashboard inserts (standard on 675R)
- Programmable gear shift lights
- Quickshifter (standard on 675R)
- Slipper clutch
- Removable number plate and indicators (standard on 675R)
- Pin-striped wheels
Having ABS as standard equipment lends the 2017 Triumph Daytona 675 an aura of safety. The fact that it has programmable gear shift lights is great. A big 17.4-litre fuel tank (4.5 gallons US, 3.8 gallons imperial). This equates in some great range on a full fuel tank on this bike. The pin-striped wheels give this bike a stylish touch. In terms of looks, the 675 and its R siblings come with different paint schemes and chassis colours (black on 675, red on R model). No matter which way you look at it, the Daytona 675 offers a lot of value for your money. Isn’t that what you will look for in your next bike?