Post Listing Update: This Daytona did not get any interest at the opening ask of $2,995.
According to Bennetts, the Triumph Daytona 955i was a ballsy attempt to go toe to toe with Hondas Fireblade. Ultimately, the Fireblade was the better bike, and the Daytona 955i was never going to match Yamaha R1 performance on its platform of the time. But that does not mean the three cylinder, 955cc engine wasn’t a joy to experience. And like many heftier sport bikes of the time, the softer suspension and bigger chassis make for great touring companions. The best bike of course, is the bike you actually get to ride.
This 2003 Triumph Daytona 955i (VIN: SMT502FP63J167520) came after the model’s first redesign in 2001, slightly refining the British sport bike experience. There are water droplets on the wheels in pictures showcasing the bright red paint, and 6,978 miles currently on the clock suggest this bike was a passion project, spending more time being cared for than ridden. Maintenance records listed in the ad include fluids, filters, forks, tires, and the rectifier, a common problem with these models.
Find this Daytona for sale in Albuquerque, New Mexico with an unmet opening bid of $2,995