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post #46 of 67 (permalink) Old 10-26-2012, 01:49 AM
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Looks like the same frame and swinger.

That subframe ..ugh

.....The tail looks fantastic though. I'm going to hold judgement until I see one in person.

Not like I'm looking for another 675 anytime soon anyway.

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Looks like the same frame and swinger.

That subframe ..ugh

.....The tail looks fantastic though. I'm going to hold judgement until I see one in person.

Not like I'm looking for another 675 anytime soon anyway.
If you are looking for another D675, I call dibbs on your 09.

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The more I see the more I like. Front end looks great other than the "eyeshadow". The subframe looks dumb but all the other lines look great
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i went last night to the dealership

looked at a 2013 675r

no funny eye things or side exhaust. still tail exhaust
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Because Triumph has odd releases. The "new" Daytona won't be announced until Nov. 13th, and won't be in dealers until January.
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Some more info, and a video

2013 Triumph Daytona 675 and 675R First Look - Motorcycle USA

• Brand new, higher-powered triple engine with 126bhp (+2bhp), 55ft.lbs. (+2ft.lbs.) of torque and an increased 14,400rpm red line
• New chassis with improved weight distribution and repositioned exhaust
• New switchable ABS system with track mode
• Slip-assist clutch standard
• 3lbs. lighter
• R version with race-inspired components and quickshifter standard

U.S. pricing will be $11,599 for the Daytona 675 and $13,499 for the Daytona 675R

Canadian pricing will be $12,599 for the Daytona 675 and $14,599 for the Daytona 675R

The New Daytona 675 - Triumph Motorcycles - YouTube
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I like it!

But... A completely new bike that looks a bit too much like the one it replaces? I'm sure even riders will have trouble telling them apart.

I think you got the pricing wrong:

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2013 Triumph Daytona 675 and 675R First Look - Motorcycle USA

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Middle-weight bikes (600-750cc range) are getting really fucking expensive.

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I think the $1800 increase includes the ABS


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Gotta love how us Canadians always get screwed over on the price (and we are members of the British Commonwealth!). A whopping $1000 more and our buck has been at par or better for years. They also add on $500-$800 for shipping, and taxes, dealer prep, etc are extra. If I hear another American complaining about the price they pay I will gag.
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Gotta love how us Canadians always get screwed over on the price (and we are members of the British Commonwealth!). A whopping $1000 more and our buck has been at par or better for years. They also add on $500-$800 for shipping, and taxes, dealer prep, etc are extra. If I hear another American complaining about the price they pay I will gag.
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Triumph is going to price themselves right out of the market.
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Triumph is going to price themselves right out of the market.
the base @ $11.6k is right in line with the japanese 600's
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I like it!

But... A completely new bike that looks a bit too much like the one it replaces? I'm sure even riders will have trouble telling them apart.

I think you got the pricing wrong:



2013 Triumph Daytona 675 and 675R First Look - Motorcycle USA
I didn't get the prices wrong at all. Moto-USA did, I copied and pasted the info from Triumph Motorcycles' Facebook.

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...9675517&type=1
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sorry for my PS skills, but I think it looks better if you black out the silver headlight trim.
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