Triumph Daytona 675 for sale

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Triumph Daytona 675 for sale

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With the “R” (from 2011) it goes even faster around the corner.

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In addition to the many technical changes and more power (128 hp), the 675 will get a new face from 2013 with a rounder nose.

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In 2013 the exhaust and center of gravity moved down and the swingarm is new. ABS with race mode is available as an option; in the R version it is standard.

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For the 2009 model year, the Daytona 675 receives new brakes. Radial monoblock calipers from the Japanese manufacturer Nissin are designed to increase braking performance.

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The underseat rear silencer fits very harmoniously into the rear. Clear statement through formal language: “I belong to a machine with three cylinders!”

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Discreet and very clearly arranged with an eye-catching fuel gauge. When it is dark, the instruments are backlit with pleasant lighting.

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Light, fast, snappy, different

It is a challenge to stand out in the super sports middle class. The petite three-cylinder Triumph Daytona 675 does just that. It’s light, fast, snappy – and a little different. You should pay attention to this when buying a used:

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End at 600 cubic meters, because for a long time the sporty middle class was associated with the maximum displacement for the supersport racing series from the 90s. Japanese four-cylinder engines dominated this class, Triumph followed up with weak four-cylinder in-line cars until 2004, then tried unsuccessfully with the Daytona 650 (2004 to 2006). The British only drew a trump card in 2006 with the newly designed Triumph Daytona 675. Three-cylinder engine with 123 hp – everyone cheered back then: sensational power delivery, grandiose pulling power! The torque curve rises to heights that the driver can feel when the four-cylinder Supersport has not even woken up.

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It can look like this: Brake hard on the hairpin, speed to almost zero, accelerate, and the triple blows when accelerating out of the curve to attack below 2000 rpm. That is fun! And does it quickly, which is why the Triumph Daytona 675 is also considered a hot potato on the racetrack. Especially since it exactly adheres to the displacement limit for three-cylinder in the Supersport World Cup. Aluminum bridge frame, fine spring elements from the Japanese manufacturer Kayaba, narrow lines, ready to drive under 190 kilos – the Daytona is very popular with racers. For those who are really convinced, there will be an R version with Ohlins chassis from 2011 for a surcharge of 1500 euros, also an exciting second-hand offer. Despite improvements for the 2013 model year (128 hp, 184 kg), the Daytona 675 is now selling rather slowly. Which is probably more due to the somewhat tired 600-plus Supersport class than to this very lively motorcycle.

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The Triumph Daytona 675 is no strolling motorcycle, and falls are not uncommon for speed riders. With the Daytona 675, however, a small, harmless slide is sometimes enough to ruin the steering stop. It is difficult to judge how serious the fall was, so if in doubt, better stay away from the motorcycle. Great attention is also required when the machine has been converted for use on the racetrack: Are all the original parts still available and are the converted parts street legal? Check. However, if the Triumph Daytona 675 is in good original condition, if there is a complete service booklet and if the tires and brake pads are in order, you can confidently access them. The engine and other technology are considered solid. Pay attention to the mileage before buying: the 20,000 inspection usually costs more than 500 euros! Up to model year 2012, accessory silencers reduce the value of the machine if the pretty original pot is missing.

Market situation

The Japanese top everything when it comes to registration numbers in the super sporty middle class. The Triumph Daytona 675, on the other hand, trumps when it comes to price: second-hand, with similar mileage and age, it costs an average of 15 to 25 percent more than the GSX-R, R6 and the like. So it’s expensive. Put more nicely: For a sports machine, the British woman is quite stable in value. Although used prices have fallen sharply in recent years due to low demand, the 675 is rarely under 5000 euros even with seven years of age or more under the belt and mileage over 20,000. Well-maintained machines with only one previous owner and mileage of around 10,000 kilometers are in relative demand because of the great value. At an age of three or four years, these are around 6000 euros.

The Triumph Daytona 675 in the R variant (from 2011), which has only been sold around 400 times, is only available in reasonable condition from 7,000 euros. However, it is considered a highly attractive deal among racers due to the high-quality equipment. Daytonas with ABS (from 2013) are rarely offered for less than 10,000 euros – but only a few interested parties exceed this price threshold.

Availability on the market: high

Price level in euros Years of construction mileage
Low 4000-5500       2006-2009     20,000-40,000
Medium 5600-7500 2006–2012 10,000-25,000
High 7600-9500 2009-2013 5000-15,000
Type in program Sales
D67LC 2006 to 2012 1959
H67 2013 until today       366 *

* As of November 2014

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MOTORCYCLE market: Used Triumph Daytona 675

Technical data Daytona 675

Engine: Water-cooled three-cylinder four-stroke in-line engine, four valves per cylinder, wet sump lubrication, injection, uncontrolled catalytic converter with secondary air system, mechanically operated multi-disc oil bath clutch, six-speed gearbox, O-ring chain.
Bore x stroke: 74.0 x 52.3 mm
Displacement: 675 cm³
Rated output: 90.4 kW (123 hp) at 12,500 rpm
Max. Torque: 72 Nm at 11,750 rpm

Landing gear: Bridge frame made of aluminum, upside-down fork, adjustable spring base, rebound and compression damping, two-arm swing arm made of aluminum, central spring strut with lever system, adjustable spring base, rebound and compression damping, double disc brake at the front, disc brake at the rear.
Cast aluminum wheels: 3.50 x 17; 5.50 x 17
Tires: 120/70 ZR 17; 180/55 ZR 17

DIMENSIONS + WEIGHTS: Wheelbase 1392 mm, steering head angle 66.5 degrees, caster 87 mm, spring travel f / r 110/130 mm, seat height * 840 mm, weight with a full tank * 190 kg, tank capacity 17.4 liters.

Measurements (MOTORRAD 5/2006):
Top speed **: 260 km / h
Acceleration: 0-100 km / h 3.5 sec
Pulling speed: 60–100 km / h 3.5 sec
Consumption: 5.6 l / 100 km (country road)

* MOTORCYCLE measurements, ** manufacturer information

Facelift

2006 Debut of the three-cylinder mid-range sports machine Triumph Daytona 675 (type D67LC) as a completely new development. Power: 123 hp, weight: 190 kg. Price: 10,050 euros.

2009 Model upgrade: 3 HP more peak power (125 HP), lower weight (186 kg), new brakes with radially mounted brake calipers, new spring elements with high and low-speed compression damping. Slightly modified cockpit, windshield and headlights. Pre-installation for electronic circuit breakers (available as an accessory, can be assembled with little effort). Price: 10,990 euros.

2011 Model variant Triumph Daytona 675 R with radial brakes from Brembo (standard model from Nissin), fork and shock absorber from Ohlins. Switch automats as standard. Power: 125 hp. Weight: 185 kg. Prices 675 / 675R: 11,240 / 12,740 euros.

2013 New type H67. The engine has been heavily revised: more bore, less stroke, titanium valves, new injection nozzles. Power: 128 hp. New silencer positioned below the new swing arm, modified fairing and headlights, standard anti-hopping clutch, optional ABS with racetrack mode that can be switched off (standard for the R version). Weight: 184 kg. Prices 675 / 675R: 11,240 / 12,740 euros.

2014 ABS now standard on Triumph Daytona 675 and R variant. Prices 675 / 675R: 12,800 / 14,260 euros.

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