Finance From £128.55 p/m*.
Faster, better handling, easier to ride and with an even angrier engine note, the Daytona 675R took Triumph's supersport weapon to another level. Launched alongside the standard Daytona 675, it was the first major update since the 675's release in 2006. Every inch of the machine is different. A 126bhp three-cylinder short-stroke engine only makes 2bhp more than before, but it revs a lot harder. There are new twin-injector throttle bodies, ECU and a bigger central air intake running through the headstock. A new slipper clutch has a two-way ramp for extra slip and grip on and off the throttle. The exhaust is repositioned up and under the engine to aid weight distribution. Very few bikes handle as well as this out of the crate and even fewer are as easy to ride fast. The R model's Ohlins suspension and Brembo brakes move the bike's limit way above the average rider. Road holding is excellent, the ride quality plush and the bite from the brakes incredible. Full Service History, MOT Expiry 01/03/2018, 2 Keys, ABS, Ohlins Front Fully Adjustable Suspension, Ohlins Adjustable Rear Shock, Brembo Monobloc Brakes, Brembo Front Discs, Brembo Rear Brake, Brembo Brake Master cylinder
- 5577 Miles
- £POA 6m Tax
- Call Us For CO² (g/km)
- £POA 12m Tax
- 675 L
- Call Us For Avg. MPG
- Group -- Ins.
|Representative Examples - PCP subject to an annual mileage, excess mileage fees may apply.|
|PCP||£7790.00||£779.00||£7011.00||£11251.90||£214.00||£10.00||7% P.A.||15.7% APR||49 mths||£128.55||£128.55 x 47||£4302.50||Apply|
|HP||£7790.00||£779.00||£7011.00||£10060.40||£214.00||£10.00||7% P.A.||14.7% APR||49 mths||£0.00||£191.80 x 47||£266.80||Apply|