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2024 Triumph Daytona 660 Is On The Cards?!

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Triumph’s love for bringing back the popular nameplates might result in the resurrection of Daytona 660. The spy images of the Daytona 660 have been doing rounds on the internet which means that the bike could appear on the horizon very soon in the future. Spy shots reveal that the Daytona 660 is likely to be based on the platform that is currently being used by the Tiger Sport 660 and Trident 660 bikes. With Daytona 660 using this platform, these underpinnings will finally get the notable addition of a sports bike to its kitty.

Just so you know, the 660cc engine in both Tiger Sport 660 and Trident 660 make 81hp@10,250 rpm along with 64Nm of max torque. Six-speed gearbox channelizes the power to the wheel and is common to both bikes. Other hardware elements on 660 Duo include 17-inch wheels, Showa 41mm USD front forks, and a Showa monoshock with a preload adjustability feature. Stopping power to Tiger Sport 660 and Trident 660 is provided by Nissin Brakes while TFT Dash offers a wealth of information to riders.

Daytona 660 is likely to come with similar hardware including engine and transmission, suspension system, and brakes among others. What can be made of from the spy images is that the Dash on the Daytona 660 was similar to the one that is doing its duty on the Tiger Sport 660. From the ergonomics viewpoint, Daytona 660 is not super aggressive and rather comes with upright styling to aid normal riding as well.

The weight of the Daytona 660 is likely to lie between 206kg of Tiger 660 and 189kg of Trident 660. The price of the bike will also stack between $9,695 (Tiger 660) and $8,595 (Trident 660), making it a good choice for a swath of prospective buyers. It’s important to highlight that any official confirmation in this regard is yet to be made by Triumph which means the launch of Daytona 660 is still in the realm of speculation.

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