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post #1 of 81 Old 01-17-16, 22:15 Thread Starter
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2017 Daytona 675

The last model before the newest one was from 2009 to 2012 that was 4 years with the same model. Now we have the new model from 13 to 16 that's another 4 years. Anyone thinks the New model will be next year or anytime after that? Anyone has some INSIDER news?
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post #2 of 81 Old 01-17-16, 22:21
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If we do, it will most likely be a modest model update like the 2009 revision. 2009 Was more of a model update with some new plastics, minor engine tweaks, and a few other things here and there. 2013, on the otherhand, was a pretty extensive overhaul. A Daytona 800 would be amazing, though.
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An 800 or 1050 size Daytona (while keeping the 675) would be amazing. They wont, but damn I want the undertail exhaust back.
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I mean honestly i think by now we would know if a 2017 brand new model would be coming out . maybe 2018. I did hear speed triple should be a brand new model for 17 but nothing on the daytona.
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So I heard from a friend who has a friend that works at Triumph UK and he was told not to expect anymore Triumph supersport motorcycles from 2017 onward. I don't know how true this is and my friend has no reason to lie to me and I'd imagine his friend wouldn't have any reason to lie to him.

With Triumph not providing direct race support to the riders and sales being level or even lower than before, this makes sense I guess! Kind of sucks if true!

All hearsay at this point though!

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I have a hard time believing that. The Daytona 675 is hugely popular and is one of the best selling models from the brand. I don't think we should expect a liter version, but it would be extremely short sided for Triumph to just give up their well earned spot in the market as one of the top middleweight bikes made.
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I don't see the Daytona disappearing from the line-up. I'm pretty sure the Daytona will be getting the 800cc treatment soon. The Daytona's direct competitors are all up in displacement so it makes sense the Daytona would follow suit especially with the ST3 being available with an 800.

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They wont, but damn I want the undertail exhaust back.
Yes please!! Looks soooo much better!
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So I heard from a friend who has a friend that works at Triumph UK and he was told not to expect anymore Triumph supersport motorcycles from 2017 onward. I don't know how true this is and my friend has no reason to lie to me and I'd imagine his friend wouldn't have any reason to lie to him.

With Triumph not providing direct race support to the riders and sales being level or even lower than before, this makes sense I guess! Kind of sucks if true!

All hearsay at this point though!
I read this article last week and let's just hope these rumors are just rumors.

http://44teeth.com/triumphs-triumph-end-daytona/
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Just a thought... We know we're getting a Street Triple 800. Maybe they'll completely discontinue the 675 in favor of an Daytona 800. It makes sense and is in line with Triumph dropping factory race teams, because the 800 wouldn't fit into the same classes anymore. MV Agusta makes an F3 675 and 800, and basically the only reason to get the 675 is if you want to race in a restricted class. Triumph might just go over to making a really nice 800 without regards to fitting it into a specific racing class.
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