Yamaha insurance

Published: 07 October 2014

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Yamaha make everything from pianos to speakers, but that doesn’t mean they don’t also know how to make a good motorcycle, like the championship winning R1 and R6, for example.

No matter what Yamaha you own, MCN Compare will find you a cheap quote in minutes.

Yamaha offer every type of bike, from the leaner-friendly YZF-R125 to the continent-munching XT1200Z Super Tenere. At MCN Compare it couldn’t be easier to get a cheap Yamaha bike insurance quote.

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“I definitely found a better deal for my Yamaha Thundercat on MCNcompare than anywhere else.”

Richard Beard, 41, Gloucester

 Yamaha XJR1300, insurance group 13

A real bruiser of a motorcycle, the XJR is an old-fashioned bike, with a big, torquey engine. You might think insurance group 13 sounds expensive, but take in to account the XJR has a 1251cc engine that makes 75ftlb of torque and it begins to sound like a bargain.

Key facts

• Insurance group 13
• A bike to make you feel good
• SP model gets Ohlins suspension

The big XJR is an old school, proper motorcycle with twin shocks and a monster of an engine. If you’re a fan of big old naked bikes then the XJR is the bike for you.

Other insurance bargains from Yamaha

Yamaha YBR125 Custom, insurance group 2
Take the standard YBR125, throw some chrome on there and give it a lower seat height and you have a 125 that is even easier to ride. The fact that it’s two full insurance groups lower than the standard YBR make it a no-brainer.

Yamaha XJ6 Diversion F, insurance group 10
A great cheap novice bike, with a low insurance group to match. The XJ6 is incredibly easy to ride and fun too. F version gets full fairing and ABS as standard.

Yamaha XT660Z Tenere, insurance group 10
Insurance group 10 for a bike that can quite literally do anything is a great deal. Commuting through London? No problem. Ride across the Sahara with a week’s worth of supplies? Easy. If you’re looking for an adventure bike that’s cheap to insure, run and easy to ride, you could do worse than a Tenere.

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