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Review of the 2004 Triumph Daytona 600:
My model is the 2005 with black wheels
Author: Edward, 2009-10-27|
This is an awesome bike, make no mistake, the quality of design is flawless. Everything works properly, it never misses a beat, and best of all, it allows weaker riders to feel confident and really go for it in safety.
I was a bit dubious at first about owning a triumph, you know, british and beautiful, but it´ll fall to pieces won´t it¿ |
I am so glad I bought this! £4650 from my local dealer seemed a lot last year, but he chucked in lock, cover and a warranty
(had only done 2600 miles!) - and I was taken away by the looks of this bike. I could have paid an extra 1000 for a second hand 675, but they are just not me, too aggressive and uncomfortable.
After I had taken BOTH models for a test drive, I had to have this one. I had a fazer 1000 before: too big and heavy to park, and poor Jap build quality (every thing went rusty) before that: a GSXR600: too boy racy and thousands of them about. So back to the Daytona: It flies: smooth, streamlined, comfortable and stunning head turner. People shout ´nice bike mate´ from their cars at red lights. I´ve never had that before!
I can safely say I´ve never owned a sports bike before that is so responsive either. Which makes it so useful for either commuting or blasting the back roads. It has no annoying glitches, and in the 8000 miles I´ve done on it, I´ve rarely not been wearing a fat grin. Go out and buy one while they´re still around. You will not regret it.
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