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2013 Triumph Street Triple 675 R ABS Comparo Photo Gallery

See how the 2013 Triumph Street Triple 675 R ABS fares against other Triple-Cylinder mounts in the 2013 Triumph Street Triple 675 R ABS Comparo photo gallery. Read the full report in the 2014 Triple-Cylinder Street Bike Shootout.

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2014 Triple-Cylinder Shootout Horsepower Graph.
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2014 Triple-Cylinder Shootout Torque Graph.
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2013 Triumph Street Triple 675R ABS - $9999.
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The Triumph’s ABS-equipped braking hardware was rated the best in terms of power, feel and stopping distance. However we had to manually disable ABS to achieve the shortest possible stop.
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The Street Triple employs the smallest displacement engine (675cc). Still it gets the job done and is plenty fun to ride.
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Despite not appearing as high tech as the MV or the Yamaha, we liked the more classic design of the Triumph’s mixed analog and digital display.
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This is our favorite angle of the Triumph. Designers have considerable work to do in terms of appearance.
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2013 Triumph Street Triple 675R ABS - $9999.
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Although down on power compared to the larger displacement bikes the Triumph’s powerband is smooth and its throttle response offers near perfect calibration even without the use of different engine and throttle maps as employed on the MV and Yamaha.
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Despite being a little old in terms of design the Triumph’s engine is playful and a joy to ride.
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There isn’t much the Street Triple does wrong. We loved the way it hugs the road through turns yet is comfortable during highway commutes.