Ducati 848 EVO vs. Suzuki GSX-R750 vs. Triumph Daytona 675R- Road Tests

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Ducati 848 EVO

Big Mids – Comparison Test 848 EVO vs. Suzuki GSX-R750 vs. Triumph 675R.

A 749cc inline-Four, an 90-degree V-Twin and a 675cc One wag described this comparison as the and oranges shootout.”

But the Ducati slightly downmarket for the Italian with its $12,995 848 EVO in matte-black stealth” trim, while with the Triumph Daytona 675 and Fours in the AMA’s Daytona class. Triumph took the direction with its new-for-’11 R (with Öhlins suspension, brakes and a quickshifter), putting Daytona’s $11,995 price at the top of the range. Meanwhile, the new Suzuki shares its chassis with a 600 but only slightly more a price tag of $11,999.

So, while these three may be different fruit, they make up the-bigger-than-a-600, smaller-than-a-1000 class, with a price-range less than within the 600 or categories themselves. As with the bikes in this sportbike festival, we spooned on Metzeler K3 Interacts to level the gripping and off we went to road and track to out which is the fruitiest—or at least the

Ducati 848 EVO

Ducati’s been hard to bring the 848 down the price range of its competitors, and all-black version helps. It can be cheaper to paint or anodize matte black than colors. The “EVO” engine was on for 2011, with a retuning cams, higher compression and new bodies) bringing claimed power up an additional 6 horses.

On the CW it laid down a 119-hp with strong torque 3000 and 4000 rpm that slightly around 5000 and soars smoothly to a 9000-rpm peak. Max power is reached 500 rpm before the 11,000-rpm rev limit.

Ducati 848 EVO

Not only does the 848 EVO look techno-menacing in its flat-black trim, the position is similarly dedicated. The is as narrow between the knees as a if not more so. Footpegs are high, are low and forward—you have to support the weight on your arms riding this bike in but a full tuck.

Even on cool riding heat began to seep under the fairing and seat the rider’s legs. On the street, the was planted and confidence-inspiring, with brakes, cool looks, a engine and a riding position had thumb joints protesting 20 minutes of city riding.

On the Inde circuit, the essential character of the 848 EVO came out. fast guy Mark Cernicky the engine: “It makes great almost like a Four. Twins, you have to use the midrange, but Ducati actually revs a surge on top if you run it all the way to redline.” But at the same Cernicky had to adapt his riding to the chassis: “The steering is and it takes muscle on transitions. the low bars, it really works upper body: It’s doing pushups when on the brakes.”

The new Brembo Monobloc front too, have brand-specific Ducati has the lightest brake-lever among most sportbikes, and very easy to overbrake you first start riding

Cernicky was a bit shocked when his lap time on the Ducati was more a half-second off his times on the Suzuki; he have sworn he was going on the very direct and sharp-feeling

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