Triumph Dayton 660 Pre-Order
Triumph Dayton 660 Pre-Order
Offering the perfect blend of performance, agility, and pure exhilaration — the Triumph Daytona 660 is built to take on any road.
Intuitive sports handling comes courtesy of a focused confidence-inspiring riding position and top-quality components fine-tuned for an engaging road ride.
Be one of the very first to own Triumph's all-new 2024 Daytona 660 with a fully-refundable $250.00 deposit through SoSo Cycles - Tacoma. Just select your color preference and proceed through checkout to lock in your next ride today!
Your $250.00 pre-order deposit will be applied toward the purchase price of your Triumph Daytona 660 when it becomes available. Want to know more about the 2024 Triumph Daytona 660, read on, dear friend. Read on...
Triumph’s signature three-cylinder engine, pioneered and perfected over decades of development. The ideal configuration, blending low-down torque and the tractability of a twin with the free-revving top end performance of an inline four and a unique triple soundtrack that’s pure Triumph. Producing 93.6HP @ 11,250 rpm and 50.9 lb-ft of peak torque, with more than 80% available all the way from 3,125 rpm to 11,750 rpm, when it comes to exhilaration and flexibility, the Daytona 660 does it all.
On the road this translates to accessible sports performance that suits every riding scenario, and every rider’s style. This effortless engine performance is complemented by a super-slick six-speed gearbox and Triumph’s Slip-and-Assist clutch. With a light lever action and progressive take-up, stop/start urban commutes are a cinch. The clutch design also reduces rear wheel hop and locking under hard deceleration for smooth, confident corner entry.
COMFORT & CONTROL
The Daytona 660 takes all the attributes of a thoroughbred sports bike and adds everyday usability. With the handlebars positioned above the top yoke, the riding position is perfectly balanced to give the feedback needed for dynamic sports riding with enough comfort for long days in the saddle and there's light steering, giving superb low-speed control in urban environments.
The frontal area of the Daytona 660 combines sharp, aggressive sports looks with a practical screen that deflects the wind over and around the rider to reduce fatigue on longer, expressway-speed rides.
A seat height of just 31.88in with a narrow standover makes the Daytona 660 accessible for riders of all sizes. Thanks to the bike’s slim waistline, and through smart design, the foot peg position delivers generous cornering clearance without compromising comfort, even for taller riders.
The Daytona 660 — built for every road, and every rider.
Years of race-winning chassis development are evident the moment you take your first bend on the Daytona 660.
Easy, low-speed maneuverability is matched to neutral, stable high-speed handling. Offering the best of both worlds, the Daytona’s chassis design and perfectly matched components set it apart from its middleweight rivals.
Equipped with Showa 41mm (1.61in) USD, big-piston front forks and a Showa rear suspension unit, the focused handling makes hitting the apex on spirited road rides easy and intuitive. The rear suspension also features remote hydraulic preload adjustment — making it quick and easy to alter the Daytona’s setup. Braking is just as assured. Twin four-piston radial calipers paired to lightweight 310mm (12.20in) discs and fed by braided lines provide great stopping power. And with ABS optimized through riding mode selection, peace of mind is guaranteed, even under the hardest braking.
Lightweight five-spoked cast aluminum wheels keep rotating inertial mass low for responsive handling and enhanced suspension performance. The latest high specification Michelin Power 6 tires complete the handling package, delivering confidence in all conditions.
The Daytona 660 is loaded with technology to enhance both the riding experience and safety. The ride-by-wire throttle delivers a crisp and precise throttle response and also allows for three riding modes: Sport, Road and Rain. Each mode offers a different throttle response and level of traction control intervention with Sport mode providing the most reactive throttle response for full-on road rides or track sessions. The traction control system can also be turned off using the instrument menu for riders who prefer a more traditional ‘analog’ feel.
Braking on the Daytona 660 always feels powerful and assured thanks to quality ABS. Controlled by a high-specification Continental modulator, strong braking with added safety — but without the intrusive feeling often associated with less sophisticated systems — heightens rider confidence in all conditions. With such great stopping power, Emergency Deceleration Warning is also present, activating the hazard lights under hard braking to alert other road users.
The multi-functional instruments feature a color TFT screen integrated into a white-on-black LCD display. Compact, and with an uncluttered design, all the rider information is clearly displayed and is easy to read in different light conditions. This neat unit is compatible with the accessory-fit My Triumph Connectivity System that enables turn-by-turn navigation plus phone and music interaction. All functions are clearly displayed on the TFT screen and controlled via the switchgear for ease of use while riding.
With a striking poise, the clean lines and smooth styling are pure Daytona. The stylish new bodywork, with its distinctive twin LED headlights and central air intake, wraps around the chassis, blending with the sculpted fuel tank, complementing its smooth lines with the minimal tail unit.
And there’s beauty beneath the bodywork. The chassis has a durable, high-quality finish with design details that extend into the subframe and the race-inspired swingarm. This exceptional attention to detail carries through to the cockpit area, with all the cables and hoses neatly hidden. Crafted aluminum yokes and heel guards are just two more examples of the Daytona’s extensive design brief — and a relentless pursuit for perfection.
LOWEST COST OF OWNERSHIP IN CLASS
Class-leading performance, quality and handling are just the start of the journey into Daytona 660 ownership.
The well-proven triple was forged in the intense competition of world championship Moto2 racing, and with an exhaustive whole vehicle durability, real-world and track testing program, you can have complete confidence in the Daytona 660’s ability to perform.
Add to this low servicing costs, class-leading 10,000-mile intervals and a two-year unlimited mileage warranty, you can invest in riding time, rather than maintenance costs. When the time comes for your next Triumph, high residual values make that next purchase painless. Affordable quality, delivering unbeatable value.
|ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
|Liquid cooled, inline 3-cylinder,12 valve, DOHC, 240° Firing order
|Max Power EC
|95 PS / 95 HP (69.8 kW) at 11,250 rpm
|Max Torque EC
|50.88 lbft (69 Nm) @ 8,250 rpm
|Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with electronic throttle control
|Stainless steel 3 into 1 header system with low single sided stainless steel silencer
|Wet, multi-plate, slip and assist
|Tubular steel perimeter frame
|Twin-sided, fabricated steel
|Cast aluminium alloy 5 spoke, 17 x 3.5 in
|Cast aluminium alloy 5 spoke, 17 x 5.5 in
|120/70 ZR 17
|180/55 ZR 17
|Showa 41mm (1.61in) upside down Separate Function Forks - Big Piston (SFF-BP), 110mm (4.33in) Wheel travel
|Showa monoshock RSU, with preload adjustment, 130mm (5.11in) Wheel travel
|Twin 310mm (12.20in) floating discs, 4 piston radial calipers, ABS
|Single 220mm (8.66in) fixed disc, single piston sliding caliper, ABS
|Instrument Display and Functions
|Multi-function instruments with colour TFT screen
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS
|28.97 in (736 mm)
|Height Without Mirror
|45.08 in (1145.2 mm)
|31.88 in (810 mm)
|56.12 in (1425.6 mm)
|3.2 in (82.3 mm)
|3.7 US gal 14 L
|57.6 mpg (4.9 L / 100 km)
|113 g/km EURO 5 CO2 emissions and fuel consumption data are measured according to regulation 40 CFR Part 86 Subpart F. Figures for fuel consumption are derived from specific test conditions and are for comparative purposes only. They may not reflect real driving results.
|10,000 miles (16,000 km) /12 months service interval, whichever comes first