Daytona is the first full fairing bike from Triumph in India. Triumph Daytona 675R has a full size fairing which comes with an integrated engine cowl. This fairing and up-raised fuel tank adds visual bulk to this bike. The dual tone colors on this fairing make it look explicit. It also features racy decals and integrated LED side indicators on it. The sharp and aggressive design of this fairing continues at its front. The twin headlights of this bike get separated by its edgy cowl which also carries the black colored rear view mirrors. The transparent visor looks V-shaped and complements the sporty appearance of this bike. Its body colored front fender features nice cuts and get extended along its front forks.
Triumph Daytona 675R bike is powered by a three cylinder, liquid-cooled 675cc engine. This 12 valve, DOHC engine pumps out a power output of 117 bhp @ 12300rpm. Its torque output of 70 Nm is accessible @ 9900rpm. Triumph has mated this engine with a six-speed gearbox. This gearbox has one gear down and five gears up-shift pattern. We are not sure about its accurate mileage but this bike may return a mileage of around 18-23km/ltr on Indian roads.
Triumph Daytona 675R offers a sporty riding posture which not only boosts your confidence but gives you comfort on long journeys. The light handle levers and foot-pegs of Daytona are easy to use and offer good grip as well. The split seats feel well-padded and the high quality of fabric also makes it premium. The rear set foot pegs and high positioned handle bar offers aerodynamic position. This handlebar also offers firm grip to the rider while its edgy fuel tank gives space to your knees. The narrow design of Daytona gives you complete sense of control on it.
Triumph Daytona 675 features fully adjustable 41mm KYB telescopic forks at its front while it has a gas charged KYB mono shock at the back with swing arm which has a wheel travel of 129mm. The bike is equipped with disc brakes on its both wheels. The bike has twin floating disc brakes of 310mm with 4-piston calliper at its front and it features a single rear disc brake of 220mm with single piston calliper. Triumph may launch Daytona with switchable ABS for precise braking.
Triumph may launch two variants of Daytona bike in three different shades like Crystal White, Matt Phantom Black. Triumph Daytona 675R competes Kawasaki Ninja 650R, Aprilia Mana and Kawasaki Z8000.