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Andy Downes  says:

2012 Triumph Daytona 675 gets minor makeover

The new 2012 Triumph Daytona 675 has broken cover with just minor tweaks to take the bike through the final year before a complete overhaul in 2013. MCN has published a series of spy shots of a radically changed bike in recent weeks but we have made it consistently clear this is a 2013 model undergoing endurance testing on the road;...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (01 September 2011 11:46)

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Nov 03

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kl595 says:


Secretly, let's start an SV1200 fan club. Technically, it hasn't been produced but get your comments down on paper or email and send them to Suzuki GB with your spec and price.Who knows, they may even listen to the buying public.

I don't want an R1 at £14k. I want a real world bike for, to be honest as little as possible, but for the love of God what can be so hard about making an SV1200 with GSXR components. Suzuki WAKE UP!!!

Anyway Triumph, the 675 Daytona looks nice, handles well but it's tiny yet tall in the seat, uncomfortable, not very grunty, useless for passengers and not an everday bike. Lovely as it is ..erm was...could be...will be.



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