For starters the 848 is quite a bit more money............
ride them both back to back, i had the chance to do so recently and while i loved the 848 and really enjoyed ringing it out, the daytona is the bike i will be taking home (here in toronto, the local ducati dealers also sell triumph and the price difference between the two bikes is roughly 5500$).Cycle World effin sucks. The 848 whips ass over 675 any day of the week.
That is a sick ass bike and prob still cheaper than an 848 but then again it doesn't have the secret ingredient that all Ducs share and by the way if I knew what that was I could bottle it sell it in Japan and live out my days in luxury..LOLI LOVE Ducati,.. it's not done, but it is getting there.
Have you seen it in person yet? We've got 3 of them right now and they look quite a bit different in person than in the images... the frame is darker. Still looks great, but different than I was expecting.I'm considering purchasing a 2010 675 SE right now. What issue of Cycle World is that comparison?
Ha, he keeps me in line It is much different than either of your current bikes... definitely take it for a ride and see how you like it. Let us know if you get it!Hi Anthony,
Yes, I got a chance to see it in person and I really like it. What's more, the missus thinks it's beautiful so I've got a green light from her to get one if I want. What I have to do now is take a 675 for a test ride to make sure I like how it rides. That should happen a little later this week. I'm sure it will feel a lot different than my 749s or my Tuono. I hope you guys have been keeping Aldrin in line down there.