Return of the Daytona | MoreBikes


Simply three years after it was dropped from the line-up, Triumph’s introduced that its much-loved sporty middleweight is making a comeback!

That’s proper. Triumph’s simply launched all the important thing details about the most recent bike to bear the enduring Daytona identify.

Triumph Daytona 2024

We knew it was coming, following a not-so-subtle teaser again in December – however now we’ve obtained the total lowdown on the most recent addition to Triumph’s intensive vary.

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The large information is that it’s constructed from the bones of the massively fashionable Trident 660. Although, there’s been loads of tweaks to assist it stand aside from the value-for-money bare because it seems to be to battle for consideration within the more and more crowded sporty middleweight market.  

It’s a pointy trying factor, with an unmistakable nod to the Daytona’s of previous. It ought to be straightforward to get on with too, due to an 810mm seat peak, slim waist and sporty however nonetheless sensible bar and peg place.

It’s powered by the identical tried-and-tested 660cc triple engine because the Trident, although it provides a whopping 17% extra energy and 9% extra torque to play with. In actual phrases, meaning it’s kicking out a fairly punchy 95bhp and 69Nm of torque.

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Triumph Daytona 2024

There’s some high quality package fitted as normal, together with Showa the other way up massive piston 41mm forks on the entrance and a Showa preload adjustable monoshock on the rear. For stopping there’s radial 4 piston brakes with twin 310mm discs and braided brake, and it will get a set of Michelin’s new Energy 6 hoops.

It will get some high tech too, together with three driving modes (Sport, Street and Rain), which every provide a distinct throttle response and degree of traction management intervention. Traction management might be turned off too, which is a pleasant contact and hints on the bike’s sporty intentions.

Priced at a significantly aggressive £8,595 on the highway, and with a ten,000-mile service intervals and two-year limitless mileage guarantee, we suspect the most recent Daytona’s going to do very properly certainly, nabbing gross sales from the likes of Aprillia’s RS660 and Yamaha’s R7. We’ll be getting our fingers on one as quickly as doable to see the way it holds up out in the true world.

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