9. Triumph Daytona 600
On the ninth position, and next in line, we have the Triumph Daytona 600 motorcycle.
The Daytona 600 is actually a name given to two very different motorcycles, out of which, the first one was a sport bike manufactured in 1984 by Triumph Motorcycles.
But the new Triumph company based at Hinckley, which was started after the original Triumph company, has made a far better known and more numerous Daytona 600.
A Daytona 600 fitted with a 599 cc liquid-cooled engine, featuring a 6-speed, chain drive transmission, and with a power of 110.00 hp at 12750 rpm.
The Triumph Daytona 600 dash includes a digital speedo, clock and trips, analogue rev counter and a fuel light.