Yamaha MT-07 2021 vs. Triumph Trident 660 2021

Yamaha MT-07 2021

Yamaha MT-07 2021

Triumph Trident 660 2021

Triumph Trident 660 2021

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Overview - Yamaha MT-07 2021 vs Triumph Trident 660 2021

The Yamaha MT-07 2021 and the Triumph Trident 660 2021 are both naked bikes that offer impressive performance and features. However, there are some key differences between the two models.

In terms of engine power, the Triumph Trident 660 takes the lead with 81 HP compared to the Yamaha MT-07's 73.4 HP. However, the Yamaha MT-07 has a higher torque of 67 Nm compared to the Trident's 64 Nm. Both bikes have fuel injection systems and liquid cooling.

When it comes to suspension, the Yamaha MT-07 features a telescopic fork at the front and a swing arm with a monoshock at the rear. On the other hand, the Triumph Trident 660 has an upside-down telescopic fork at the front and a swing arm with a monoshock at the rear. Both bikes have steel frames, ensuring stability and durability.

In terms of braking, both models feature double disk brakes at the front. However, the Triumph Trident 660 has slightly larger brake disks with a diameter of 310 mm compared to the Yamaha MT-07's 298 mm. This gives the Trident an advantage in terms of braking performance.

Yamaha MT-07 2021

Yamaha MT-07 2021

When it comes to advanced rider assistance systems, both bikes come with ABS. However, the Triumph Trident 660 offers additional features such as riding modes and traction control, giving riders more control and customization options.

In terms of dimensions and weights, both bikes have similar front and rear tire widths and diameters. They also have the same wheelbase and seat height. However, the Yamaha MT-07 is slightly lighter with a kerb weight of 184 kg compared to the Triumph Trident 660's 189 kg.

Both bikes have a fuel tank capacity of 14 liters, but the Yamaha MT-07 has a longer range of 333 km compared to the Trident's 304 km. The Yamaha MT-07 also has a slightly lower combined fuel consumption of 4.2 l/100km compared to the Trident's 4.6 l/100km.

Triumph Trident 660 2021

Triumph Trident 660 2021

In terms of equipment, both bikes come with LED headlights. However, the Triumph Trident 660 offers a TFT display, providing a more modern and customizable riding experience.

In terms of strengths, the Yamaha MT-07 is praised for its great engine, pleasant ergonomics, transparent brake feel, good price/performance ratio, transparent handling, and a good mix of cool and practical features. On the other hand, the Triumph Trident 660 is commended for its powerful three-cylinder powerplant, surprisingly good chassis and brakes for this class, extensive electronic equipment, optional quickshifter with blipper, and simple and accessible controls.

In terms of weaknesses, the Yamaha MT-07's chassis may find its limits with a very sporty driving style. On the other hand, the Triumph Trident 660's traction control is considered to be very defensive.

Overall, both the Yamaha MT-07 2021 and the Triumph Trident 660 2021 are impressive naked bikes with their own strengths and weaknesses. The choice between the two ultimately depends on the rider's preferences and priorities.

Technical Specifications Yamaha MT-07 2021 compared to Triumph Trident 660 2021

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Engine and Drive Train

Engine typeEngine typeIn lineEngine typeIn line
BoreBore80 mmBore74 mm
StrokeStroke68.6 mmStroke51.1 mm
Engine powerEngine power73.4 HPEngine power81 HP
Rpm at Max. PowerRpm at Max. Power8,750 rpmRpm at Max. Power10,250 rpm
TorqueTorque67 NmTorque64 Nm
Rpm at TorqueRpm at Torque6,500 rpmRpm at Torque6,250 rpm
Compression RatioCompression Ratio11.5 Compression Ratio11.95
Fuel systemFuel systemInjectionFuel systemInjection
StarterStarterElectricStarterElectric
Clutch TypeClutch TypeMultiplate in oil-bathClutch TypeMultiplate in oil-bath, Antihopping
TransmissionTransmissionChainTransmissionChain
Transmission TypeTransmission TypeGearshiftTransmission TypeGearshift
Number of gearsNumber of gears6Number of gears6
CylindersCylinders2Cylinders3
StrokesStrokes4-StrokeStrokes4-Stroke
Valves per cylinderValves per cylinder4Valves per cylinder4
ValvesValvesDOHCValvesDOHC
CoolingCoolingliquidCoolingliquid
DisplacementDisplacement689 ccmDisplacement660 ccm

Suspension Front

Front suspensionFront suspensionTelescopic forkFront suspensionUpside-Down telescopic fork

Suspension Rear

SuspensionSuspensionSwing armSuspensionSwing arm
Shock absorberShock absorberMonoshockShock absorberMonoshock

Chassis

FrameFrameSteelFrameSteel
RakeRake65.5 degreeRake24.6 degree
TrailTrail90 mmTrail107.3 mm

Brakes Front

TypeTypeDouble diskTypeDouble disk
DiameterDiameter298 mmDiameter310 mm

Brakes Rear

TypeTypeDiscTypeDisc
DiameterDiameter245 mmDiameter255 mm

Assistance Systems

Advanced Rider Assistance SystemsAdvanced Rider Assistance SystemsABSAdvanced Rider Assistance SystemsABS, Riding modes, Traction control

Dimensions and Weights

Front tyre widthFront tyre width120 mmFront tyre width120 mm
Front tyre heightFront tyre height70 %Front tyre height70 %
Front tyre diameterFront tyre diameter17 inchFront tyre diameter17 inch
Rear tyre widthRear tyre width180 mmRear tyre width180 mm
Rear tyre heightRear tyre height55 %Rear tyre height55 %
Rear tyre diameterRear tyre diameter17 inchRear tyre diameter17 inch
WidthWidth780 mmWidth795 mm
HeightHeight1,105 mmHeight1,089 mm
WheelbaseWheelbase1,400 mmWheelbase1,401 mm
Seat HeightSeat Height805 mmSeat Height805 mm
Kerb Weight (with ABS)Kerb Weight (with ABS)184 kgKerb Weight (with ABS)189 kg
Fuel Tank CapacityFuel Tank Capacity14 lFuel Tank Capacity14 l
License compliancyLicense compliancyALicense compliancyA2, A
RangeRange333 kmRange304 km
Combined CO2 emissionsCombined CO2 emissions98 g/kmCombined CO2 emissions107 g/km
Combined fuel consumptionCombined fuel consumption4.2 l/100kmCombined fuel consumption4.6 l/100km

Equipment

EquipmentEquipmentLED-HeadlightsEquipmentLED-Headlights, TFT display

Pros and Cons in comparison

Pros and Cons in comparison

Yamaha MT-07 2021

Yamaha MT-07 2021

Simply casual motorcycling! The MT-07 conveys carefree joie de vivre and you love to waggle the lively machine through the bends. The engine is still a guarantee for riding fun. It's amazing how much fire blazes in this little part. Unfortunately, the chassis is still not really good. Together with the missing quickshifter, it is reminiscent of the Yamaha's mild price tag.

Great engine

Pleasant ergonomics

Transparent brake feel

Good price / performance ratio

Transparent handling

Good mix of cool and practical

Chassis finds its limits with a very sporty driving style

Triumph Trident 660 2021

Triumph Trident 660 2021

You can tell that the Trident is a new bike. Triumph has developed the necessary ingredients for the year 2021 with pinpoint accuracy. Cheeky but not intrusive sound, a lively engine and a comprehensive electronics package including quickshifter are simply fun. A casual motorbike that even experienced riders can have a lot of fun riding.

Powerful three-cylinder powerplant

surprisingly good chassis and brakes for this class

extensive electronic equipment

optional quickshifter with blipper

simple and accessible controls

Traction control overall very defensive

Price Comparison Avarage Market Price Yamaha MT-07 vs Triumph Trident 660

There are a few key differences between a Yamaha MT-07 2021 and a Triumph Trident 660 2021. In terms of price, the actual average price of a Triumph Trident 660 2021 is about 6% higher. Compared to Triumph Trident 660 2021 there are more Yamaha MT-07 2021 bikes available on the 1000PS.de Marketplace, specifically 25 compared to 23. It takes less time to sell a Triumph Trident 660 with 85 days compared to 91 days for the Yamaha MT-07. Since model year 2013 1000PS.de editors have written 69 reviews for the Yamaha MT-07 and 20 reviews for the Triumph Trident 660 since model year 2021. The first review for the Yamaha MT-07 was published on 11/4/2013 and now has more than 12,600 views. This compares to more than 76,700 views for the first review on Triumph Trident 660 published on 10/30/2020.

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