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Check out the all-new Triumph Daytona 660

The iconic supersport nameplate is back, albeit in a more mellow, beginner-friendly package.

Check out the all-new Triumph Daytona 660

In 2020, Triumph embarked on a new journey, unveiling the Trident 660, a harmonious fusion of historical legacy and contemporary design. The following year saw the introduction of the 2021 Trident, a model strategically crafted to be approachable for newer riders without sacrificing its inherently sporty aesthetics. This iteration positioned itself as a versatile choice, catering to riders seeking a seamless blend of style and accessibility.

Building on this success, Triumph expanded its horizons with the Tiger Sport 660, unveiled a year later. This addition brought adventure-styled touring to the Triumph lineup. Skillfully balancing practicality for daily commuting with a splash of exhilaration, the Tiger Sport 660 offered not only an engaging riding experience but also a practical edge with its slightly enhanced storage capacity. In essence, it emerged as the quintessential middleweight option, capturing the essence of Triumph's commitment to providing riders with a diverse range of choices that seamlessly integrate excitement and functionality.

2024 Triumph Daytona 660

Amidst fervent speculation and the intrigue fueled by spy photos, the anticipation surrounding the Daytona 660 reached a crescendo. Triumph did not disappoint as, on January 9, 2024, they revealed the much-anticipated 2024 Daytona 660, a continuation of the legacy associated with this revered sportbike name.

Addressing concerns about potential dilution, Triumph sought to underscore the Daytona's distinct power prowess compared to its predecessor, the Trident. The liquid-cooled 660cc triple engine stands as a powerhouse, unleashing a formidable 94 horsepower at 11,250 rpm. Torque, reaching a peak of 50.89 pound-feet at 8,250 rpm, ensures an exhilarating and spirited performance on the road. In this unveiling, Triumph not only met but exceeded expectations, affirming the Daytona's status as a true force to be reckoned with in the realm of sportbikes.

The Daytona 660 seamlessly integrates into the 660 range, adopting the tubular steel perimeter frame that characterizes its siblings. Contributing to its nimble and responsive handling are Showa components, including a 41mm upside-down separate function big piston front fork and a preload-adjustable monoshock, ensuring a dynamic and agile riding experience.

When it comes to braking prowess and wheel dynamics, Triumph has equipped the Daytona 660 with impressive features. Braking duties are aptly managed by four-piston radial calipers paired with dual 310mm front discs, while a single-piston sliding caliper governs a substantial 220mm rear disc. The combination delivers precise and effective braking performance. The Daytona rides on 17-inch cast aluminum alloy wheels enveloped in Michelin Power 6 rubber, emphasizing both style and functionality. This meticulous attention to the braking and wheel components underscores Triumph's commitment to providing riders with a balanced and exhilarating riding experience on the Daytona 660.

2024 Triumph Daytona 660

The Daytona 660 boasts a modern and intuitive cockpit, where the color TFT screen seamlessly integrates with a white-on-black LCD display. For tech-savvy riders seeking an enhanced experience, Triumph offers the optional My Triumph Connectivity System, adding a layer of connectivity to the riding journey. 

Ensuring a personalized and versatile riding experience, the Daytona 660 features a standard ride-by-wire throttle, allowing for precise control. The inclusion of three ride modes—Sport, Road, and Rain—cater to diverse rider preferences and varying road conditions.

Adding an extra dimension to control and customization, the Daytona 660 incorporates switchable traction control, aligning with the chosen ride mode. Triumph goes a step further by offering Shift Assist as an accessory, providing riders the option for seamless and clutch-free gear shifts. Complementing this feature is the torque assist clutch, contributing to a lighter pull during standard motorcycle operation. Notably, while the brake lever is adjustable from the factory, the clutch lever maintains its standard configuration. These additional features underscore Triumph's commitment to delivering a high-tech and adaptable riding experience with the Daytona 660.

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