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MV Augusta 675 Triple spotted - September 14, 2009, 10:55 AM

Triumph will soon no longer be the only game in town with their 675...

HERE ARE THE first pictures of the MV Agusta three cylinder 675cc middleweight super bike,
snapped out in final shakedown tests by top Italian magazine Motociclismo.
The bike, first revealed on visordown.com earlier this year, shares much of its styling with the big brother F4 MV,
but rather than going down the under seat exhausts like its sibling (and the Triumph 675) the new bike has a low-level exhaust exiting on the right side.
Rumored to be tipping the scales at around 160kg,
the 675 is likely to be seen at the Milan motorcycle show for the first time next month before going on sale early next year.





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September 14, 2009, 11:03 AM

ehhhh doesnt have the hotness factor the 675 does.......


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September 14, 2009, 11:05 AM

Agreed, it fails to live up to the sexy factor of its big brother too.


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September 14, 2009, 11:08 AM

looks fat up front and looks a lil too low. no me gusta mv


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It's time for a redesign MV.


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True, been rocking the same design for quite some time now.


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it looks like a outdated gsxr


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the thing i dont like about it is that the f4 has clean lines and there is a lot of congestion anywhere on the bike. if you look at the rear of this 675 it looks all cluttered and un organized, i dont know what im talking about haha


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September 14, 2009, 11:34 AM

Meh. I wouldn't give up my D675 for it.


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September 14, 2009, 12:54 PM

It's a shakedown - I wouldn;t be too worried about the plastics being final

The news is they are in the 675 category and will probably race in the supersports with it


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looks gixxer-ish to me


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