How does a 2011 Ducati 848 Evo compare to a Triumph Daytona 675? — Quora

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Ducati 848 EVO

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First off, I had a 675 since 2007, and I haven’t a 848, but I have ridden a

The 848 and 675 are much more closely than their configurations indicate. When a friend me this same question, I did research and found that were within spitting of each other in terms of and weight, though the ducati the triumph in torque.


I that the Ducati’s riding is much more racy the triumph’s. I’m six feet and for whatever reason, the 675 and I completely My wrists never hurt, do my knees and due to the innovative split my … never hurts after hours on the bike. I did a from L.A. to S.F. no problems (My wife, on a Ninja 650 and a on a Hawk GT didn’t fare as The 848, on the other hand like it’s more towards the track.

When I sit on it, the first thing I is the reach to the bars keeps me in more of a race crouch the 675 does, and I feel as if my wrists hurt after an hour on it. said, the 675 doesn’t prevent you going into full mode if that’s what you It’s also important to just how thin the triumph is feels like a 250 racer than a 600+cc streetbike.

The ducati is what you’d in this area.


is where it becomes a matter of but it’s clear that the just destroys the Triumph it comes to torque. It will be more like the SV650 the Triumph is. The 675 doesn’t really get until around 4000 then there’s another hit at 8k and it goes absolutely nuts up the 13,000 RPM redline (though I myself shifting at 11k).

The on the other hand will more torque than the from around 2800 and will never look This means that it be very tractable down which is useful if you mis-judge corner entry. However, if a noob, injudicious use of the throttle spit you off of the 848 (I don’t think it has control).

Build Quality

The Ducati hands down. The 675 has a couple in the ointment when it comes to fit and that while not terribly nevertheless detract from the experience. The routing of the brake and lines interferes with the the fairing covers are very and cheap looking and the dash is an nightmare.

That said, the 675 is something $4000 cheaper than the


I love twins. I how they sound, I love how feel, I love the engine and I love the tractability. I also all those soulless inline (MVs and R1s excepted). So, you’d the Ducati would win here, but not so sure.

The triple has its own personality of a chainsaw ripping through and you’re there— which is addictive. Triumph also the air induction quite loud and under the tank, so that’s a as well. It almost sounds a gear driven VFR. The 675 is light and changes direction so

I found the 1098 required me to go so faster and push it so much to do what the 675 did at a more comfortable But man alive, that Ducati fantastic, and is a … bike.

In it depends what excites you riding. If you want a bike towards the track, the Ducati is the If you value having a 90 degree then the Duc wins as well.

But if you to have a very balanced, street-focused bike that’s a ton of I’d say go with the Triumph. and for the money you save, you could put on ohlins suspension.

There’s no wrong decision

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