Euro 4 emission norms for two-wheeler is causing a lot of problem amongst certain manufacturer. Several two-wheeler manufacturers plan to drop the 600cc motorcycles from their portfolio. Now reports suggest that Triumph Motorcycles has put an end to the production of Daytona 675.
Major reason for the end of production is that the Triumph Daytona 675 is not Euro 4 compliant. It is highly unlikely that Triumph Motorcycles will stop offering sportsbikes in the international markets. There are rumours that an all-new bigger displacement Daytona could be introduced.
An all-new Triumph Daytona 765 could be launched internationally in 2017. The engine is most likely to be an in-line three-cylinder 800cc unit. Entire Triumph Motorcycle range will be updated to make all engines compliant to Euro 4 emission norms in the UK primarily.
Currently, Triumph Daytona 675 is powered by a 675cc in-line three-cylinder engine. The engine produces 116.88bhp, along with 70.2Nm of peak torque and is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Triumph Motorcycles has equipped the bike with ABS, quickshifter, slip-assist clutch, and much more.