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TRIUMPH STREET TRIPLE 675 (2013-2016) Review

Published: 01 June 2017

Updated: 01 June 2017

How to improve on success? Keep the engine, but change the chassis and styling

TRIUMPH STREET TRIPLE 675  (2013-2016)

How to improve on success? Keep the engine, but change the chassis and styling

Ride Quality & Brakes 5 out of 5

The 2013 Street Triple has a lighter chassis and swingarm than the previous model which results in a bike that handles incredibly well and almost floats over bumps. The suspension isn't fully-adjustable but it doesn't matter as it's set up so well out of the box. Triumph gave the Street Triple a more generous steering lock and the side-mounted exhaust was claimed to improve the handling.

Engine 5 out of 5

Unlike the Daytona 675, which received a totally new engine for 2013, the Street Triple’s motor is essentially the same as the previous model with subtle modifications aimed at responding to customer feedback. The new fuel-injection bodies, ECU settings and higher first gear were claimed byTriumph to give a 30% boost in fuel efficiency under urban conditions, a notorious annoyance of owners. With little else changed on the engine it remains as good as the original with a strong midrange and howling soundtrack.

Build Quality & Reliability 5 out of 5

There are no question marks over the reliability or build quality of the Street Triple and the attention to detail is excellent.

Insurance, running costs & value 5 out of 5

The Street Triple was excellent value when it was introduced - it really was that good. Even today on the used market they're good value if you're patient and willing to shop around.

Equipment 4 out of 5

As motorcycles go the Street Triple is pretty basic but for 2013 Trumph added optional ABS. That's your lot when it comes to electronics. No rider modes, no wheelie control, no quickshifter. But the Street Triple is so good you never notice all these things - which are almost standard on similar bikes no - are missing.

Facts & Figures

Model info
Year introduced 2013
Year discontinued 2016
Original price £6,999
Used price £4,000 to £6,300
Warranty term (when new) -
Running costs
Insurance group -
Annual road tax £91
Annual service cost -
Max power 105 bhp
Max torque 50.2 ft-lb
Top speed 145 mph
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption 41 mpg
Tank range -
Engine size 675cc
Engine type 12-valve, in-line triple, 6 gears
Frame type Aluminium beam twin-spar
Fuel capacity 17.4 litres
Seat height 800mm
Bike weight 189kg
Front suspension Kayaba 41mm upside down forks with 120mm travel
Rear suspension Kayaba monoshock with adjustable preload
Front brake 308mm twin discs
Rear brake 250mm single disc
Front tyre size 120/70-ZR17
Rear tyre size 180/55-ZR17

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