The MF 67 is a steel-wheel variant of electric multiple units used on Paris's Métro system. It is the most common Paris Metro rolling stock variant, being used on Lines 2, 3, 3bis, 5, 9, 10 and 12. 1482 cars have been built in 5 batches, first initially introduced on Lines 7 and 12.
On Lines 2, 5 and 9 the MF 67 is being replaced by the newer MF 2000 stock, as these aging trains are approaching 40 years old (the first deliveries were in 1967/1968). The trains underwent mid-life refurbishment in 1995.
Train-sets delivered: 297 (1482 cars including 9 in reserve)
Configuration: M+R+M+R+M (except 3bis M+R+M)
Length: 15.145 m (all motor coach), 14.390 (vice-versa)
Maximum width: 2.40 m
Power: 1272 kW (12 traction motors on twin-motor bogie) or 1080 kW (6 traction motors on single-motor bogie)
Braking: rheostatic brake and electric brake on the series E and F
Bogies: single or twin with pneumatic suspension on the series E and F
Maximum speed: 80 km/h
Authorized speed: 70 km/h
Doors: 4 doors by vis-à-vis manual opening, opening of 1300 mm