2013 Triumph Street Triple 675 R ABS Comparison — Motorcycle USA

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Triumph Street Triple 675

2013 Triumph Street 675 R ABS Comparison

Triumph has owned the segment for years. Will it be a to the bigger displacement bikes Italy and Japan? Find out in the Triumph Street Triple ABS Comparison Video .

Triumph’s Street Triple 675 R ABS ($9999) has a worldwide motorcycling favorite for With the sporty performance of its Triple and its racy, yet still chassis, this English has developed a strong following and for reason.

We’re fans of the brand’s signature styling by twin bug-eyed head but in its latest form the Street taken a few steps back. The pieces of bodywork, including the fairing, fly screen and red-accented uppers, evoke a cluttered and appearance especially when next to the handsome Brutale and the modern-looking Yamaha.

Behind the its questionable appearance fades memoryreplaced by admiration of its refined and riding experience. We also the classic yet functional look of its digital/analog instrumentation that was easier to decipher while

Similar to the Brutale, the Street is compact, feeling lighter and than the Yamaha. Although is a full inch longer the MV it doesn’t feel abnormally and is still over an inch than the novice-friendly Yamaha. On the it weighs one pound more its European-built foe and four less the FZ.

However, it’s worth that the Triumph carries fuel than both.

having the tallest seat of the (32.3 in.) the British doesn’t feel noticeably and our 5’5” lady tester was to plant both feet on at stops. We are especially fond of its and the relaxed but still sporty of the controls, which give an platform to work from on the However, taller riders a more cramped compared to the versatile proportions of the FZ.

Street 675R Suspension Settings

Preload: 7.5 (Turns in)

Compression: 7 out)

Rebound: 7

Preload: Six showing)

Compression: 7

Rebound: 7

The fell right in the middle of the scale with it not being as as the Yamaha but more forgiving the Brutale,” thinks Dunstan, who taller riders standing at “Handlebar height, seat-to-peg, and plushness felt neutral. The that it didn’t evoke any either way is a good thing.

the throttle and it’s apparent the Triumph’s smaller displacement engine doesn’t have the of the larger bikes. What it have is excellent and accurately throttle response, even it doesn’t’ offer adjustable settings like the MV or Yamaha.

the dyno graphs show its engine produces over 13 less torque than the Yamaha and 11.31 lb-ft than the MV. In measured horsepower the gap the three is larger, with the pumping out almost 20 ponies shy of the steed and nearly eight than the Japanese bike.

Although down on power to the larger displacement bikes the powerband is smooth and its throttle offers near perfect even without the use of different and throttle maps as employed on the MV and

The Triumph’s smaller mill did pay a advantage at the gas pump with it the highest average fuel figure of almost 38 mpg. that with its class-leading fuel capacity and we were to cover the most amount of between fill-ups with its range.

While it’s the snappiness of the big bikes, the Triumph posted pleasing acceleration through the quarter-mile with a of 11.73 seconds at 120.3 This positioned it behind the but ahead of the MV. Part of the reason why it was to best the more powerful MV is its clutch action combined a longer wheelbase. This us to launch the 675 much harder having to work as hard at the front wheel on the ground.

Its six-speed gearbox also without flaw, although it quite as precise-feeling as the Yamaha’s.

power delivery was mellow,” Paris. “I feel if you were a beginner this would be less-intimidating to ride, yet it has enough muscle for more people.”

Triumph Street Triple 675

The smaller motor plays the part in the engine department. True, it’s not as as the raw and highly visceral MV, or as professional-sounding as the Yamaha, but the Triumph’s high-pitched and deep intake roar is to our ears year after It’s like that song that you play and overa tune that gets old.

( Above ) being a little old in terms of the Triumph’s engine is playful and a joy to ( Below ) There isn’t the Street Triple does We loved the way it hugs the road turns yet is comfortable during commutes.

“The fun motor made the an enjoyable ride,” confirms Compared to the other two the lack of was noticeable but that was offset by the package.”

As Dunstan astutely the Triumph’s complete dynamics are makes it an exceptional machine. to the other two the Triumph’s chassis is in a league. Whether cruising on city streets or carving on the track the Triumph performs

“I like riding the in the canyons,” explains Paris. handled the best out of all the bikes. It like I was riding a sportbike any bodywork. It did everything really If you’re going to tell me to one to ride to ride at the racetrack the would be it.”

“The Triple shares some of the DNA with its full on supersport the Triumph Daytona,” notes Both in the twisties and on the racetrack, the Triple felt the most of the bunch just getting the business without ever a wheel wrong.

Well set-up suspension with adept braking allows the Brit bike to from 60 mph in the shortest distance feet)though ABS had to be manually disabled to do it. it enabled, stopping distance by seven feet. This that the

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