2024 Triumph Daytona 660 Full Power & LAMS Review

I test out the Triumph Daytona 660 in both full power and LAMS versions for the Australian launch with MCNews.com.au, with the two offering a fresh and unique option in the 650 class of bikes, that while not as decked out as a modern Street Triple, has plenty to offer for their sub $15K ride-away price here in Australia, notably as a sports-bike.

Running the Triumph 660 triple, the new Daytona 660 isn’t a full supersport machine like the previous Daytona, instead offering a much more accessible, and everyday suitable machine, built off the bones of the Trident 660.

An 810 mm seat height isn’t the lowest, keeping in mind the LAMS variant has reduced power and is beginner legal in Australia, mirroring the A2 version from Europe, but the bike does fall into the sport/sport-touring segment, more aligned with something like a Ninja 650. The Triumph does however offer ride modes and traction control, to sweeten the overall package.

Head to the Triumph Motorcycles website (Australia link) for more information or local pricing.

Head to MCNews.com.au to check out Daytona 660 written review.

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