Triumph Daytona 675 Review
Triumph introduced both these bike with a perfect motive, the R version satisfy the core racing need and the ABS version adds more safety to the bike. Both versions of the bike are offered with highly responsive and refined powertrain that generates a monstrous amount of power. The latest generation of Daytona 675 has newly revised chassis and suspension system that enhance the performance of the bike.
The one word that one can use to describe the styling of Daytona 675 is futuristic. It is pleasurable to watch this bike, all the things are nicely proportioned, perfectly designed, overall the bike is ultimate to view at. There is a use of carbon fiber in the R version that is the racing version to shave off the weight and to craft the perfect race oriented bike. The Dayton is offered with a comprehensive instrumental cluster, which is designed like a clock but gain full point on usefulness. Apart from the normal tachometer, it also has programmable shift lights, a lap timer and three modes for ABS. The bike has an appealing front that contain two headlights, which is seperated by the nose and the wide visor is mounted above it giving the bike perfect aerodynamic shape. Coming to its side portion, there is edgy dual tone fairing that hides the engine and the mesmerizing exhaust is fitted providing the bike sporty touch. The rear portion of the bike appears to be quite aggressive that showoffs its fat rear tyre. This bike measures 2045 mm X 695 mm X 1112 mm (L X W X H) and has a wheelbase of 1375 mm.
Engine, Economy & Performance:
Both the version of Daytona is fitted with are fitted with a 675cc liquid cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line three-cylinder engine that generates 127 hp of power and 74 Nm of peak torque. Its powermill is matched with a six-speed gearbox that offers quick gear shift and improve the acceleration of the bike. This machine can the top speed of 250 kmph and can get from 0 to 100 kmph in 3.2 seconds. After having this much of power, the bike is able to provide fuel economy of around 25 kmpl at decent acceleration.
For dynamic handling the bike is fitted with Ohlins 43 mm upside down NIX30 forks with adjustable preload rebound and compression damping, 120mm travel suspension set at the front and Ohlins TTX36 twin tube monoshock with piggy back reservoir, adjustable preload, rebound and compression damping, 133mm rear wheel travel at the rear. In order to provide road hugging feeling the bike is offered with a tyre size of 120/70 ZR 17 at the front and 180/55 ZR 17 at the rear.
Safety, Braking and Miscellaneous:
For efficient braking, the bike is equipped with Twin 310mm floating discs, Brembo 4-piston radial monoblock calipers, switchable ABS at the front and Single 220mm disc, Brembo single piston caliper, switchable ABS at the rear. Due to the ABS system, the braking capability goes to the next level and does not let the bike get skid even on the wet terrains.
Both the version of the bike makes the similar output of power but manufactured to fulfill the different desires of the bike enthusiast.