The 2010 Triumph daytona 675 Motorcycle

The Triumph Daytona 675 Motorcycle delivers a killer blow with its combination of outstanding handling and a storming three-cylinder engine.

With the lightest and narrowest chassis in the class, the Daytona 675 delivers outstandingly agile and intuitive handling.

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The 2010 Daytona 675 by Triumph Motorcycles

Fully adjustable suspension front and rear, with separate adjustment for high and low speed compression damping, gives the Daytona 675 superb composure on all surfaces, while top-of-the-range monobloc radial brake calipers up front deliver eye-popping stopping power.

The engine now remains the same 675cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, inline three-cylinder unit getting fed through an advanced multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection system with forced air induction.

Fine tuning allowed engineers to squeeze 124bhp at 12600 rpm and 53 ft lbs at 11700 rpm out of it.

That’s great if we consider the 407 lbs wet weight and the Daytona’s affinity for fast cornering

But despite being powered by a three-cylinder engine instead of a four-cylinder one like the majority of middleweight supersport bikes, especially the Japanese ones, the Daytona 675 is up for the challenge with great performance figures as well as chassis capabilities and marvelous design.

An additional great feature of this bike is the recalibrated engine management system accepting Triumph’s quick-shifter, one of those cool accessories that riders simply must have for these bikes

The adjustable front and rear suspensions, with separate settings for high- and low-speed compression damping, can be made to work optimally on every type of surface, from roads to smooth race tracks. Radial-mount monobloc calipers in front work with the well tuned front suspension to provide sure-footed braking in all circumstances.

Updates for 2010 include new instruments, decals and a new color option in Caspian Blue paint with gold wheels.

MSRP: $10,499

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