Yamaha MT-03

The MT-03 is the lowest capacity machine I’ve spent time with since passing my test more than 20 years ago. So can an A2 licence-friendly twin keep a seasoned rider entertained?
simon.brown@motorcyclenews.com

  • MCN Fleet: Super-thrifty Yamaha MT-03

    27 September 2016 by Simon Brown

    MCN Fleet: Super-thrifty Yamaha MT-03

    Bargain! I’ve recently taken the already economical MT-03 on its first long-distance motorway jaunt – just under 180 miles down to Margate, Kent for a family birthday – and recorded a...

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  • MCN Fleet: Yamaha MT-03 goes two-up

    17 August 2016 by Simon Brown

    MCN Fleet: Yamaha MT-03 goes two-up

    Well beyond the 2000-mile mark now, the little Yamaha MT-03 has just taken its first pillion. I’d been wondering how the commuter would cope two-up, because it’s a pretty bijou beast, and roped in my...

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  • MCN Fleet: Yamaha MT-03 – Small bike big fun

    02 August 2016 by Simon Brown

    MCN Fleet: Yamaha MT-03 – Small bike big fun

    Two thousand miles in and it’s all good with the Yamaha MT-03. When the bike arrived I’d been worried it would be just that bit too small engine-wise but I couldn’t have been more wrong. For my back...

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  • Long term update: Small bike that thinks big

    29 April 2016 by Simon Brown

    Long term update: Small bike that thinks big

    “What engine is it again?” a friend asks as I park the Yamaha outside a local café after a Sunday morning spin. She has a Suzuki SV650 and can’t believe the MT-03 is only 321cc when it looks “just...

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