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MV Agusta F3 vs Triumph Daytona 675R at a glance

Published: 09 March 2012

Updated: 20 November 2014

The new three-cylinder 675cc MV Agusta F3 is the lightest, most powerful and electronically advanced supersport machine on the road, but does all that make it any better than the Triumph Daytona 675R?

The Triumph can't compete with the tecnology of the F3, but it does come with Ohlins suspension, Brembo brakes and a quickshifter. To find out which is the best three-cylinder supersport, MCN took both bikes to northern Italy and put them through their paces on the twisting mountain roads.

See how the bikes stack up against each other below, and read the full test in the March 7 issue of MCN.

Bore x Stroke 79mm x 45.9mm 74mm x 52.5mm
Power 128bhp@14,400rpm 124bhp@12,600rpm
Torque 53ftlb@10,600rpm 53ftlb@11,700rpm
Weight 173kg (dry) 185kg (wet)
Electronics       Ride-by-wire, traction control, quickshifter (optional), variable riding maps, electronic engine braking control. Quickshifter
Goodies Slipper clutch, fully-adjustable Marzocchi forks and Sachs shock, Brembo brakes, single-sided swingarm. Ohlins forks and rear shock. Brembo monobloc brakes, carbon-fibre panels, Pirelli Diablo Super Corsa SP rubber
Pros Looks, noise, low weight, handling on smooth roads, power. Looks, noise, linear power delivery, handling, braking and easy to ride.
Cons Erratic power delivery, over-complicated riding modes, skittish on bumpy roads.             Lacks outright acceleration compared to F3.
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