After a bitter disappointment caused by the check of its 4 cylinders 600, Triumph changes one's mind in the middleweight class. It's enough of copying the Japanese. This bike is evidence of a real focus and desire from Triumph to build their bikes, their way :
- 3 cylinders,
- 675 cm3
- 165kg and 125 HP.
This "little" Daytona seams to be interesting at all points of view.
According to first tests (MJ n1679), this bike seams to be very attractive : Exceptional!... It is a mix between a Ducati 749 (for the narrowness of the bike, its nice design and and the torque) and a japanese 4 cylinders, the whole married to an inimitable motorization and a sonority."
For 2008, Triumph is offering a Special Edition version of the awesome Daytona 675. This model features a sultry Phantom Black paint scheme offset stunningly by gold finished wheels and gold coloured decals. Completing the picture for a sleek overall look are black engine covers.

 Engine type : Four stroke, in-line three cylinders, double overhead camshaft, liquid cooled, four-valves per cylinder.
 Capacity :  675 cm3
 Bore x Stroke :  74 x 52.3 mm
 Max power/rpm :  125 HP at 12000 rpm
 Max torque :  72 Nm at 11750 rpm
 Compression ratio :  12.65 : 1
 Fuel system :  Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with forced air induction.
 Ignition :  Digital - inductive type - via electronic engine management system -12 V
 Gear box :  6 speed
 Tyres :  Front : 120/70 ZR 17 Rear : 180/55 ZR 17
 Weight (empty) :  165 kg
 Max speed :  ? km/h