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Richard Newland  says:

Yamaha trio revealed In Milan

MT-07Yamaha has unveiled three new additions to the range at the EICMA show in Milan. Headlining the trio of new models is a smaller capacity MT model, the MT-07. Bearing a vary close resemblance to it’s bigger brother, the MT-09, the 07 significantly uses a parallel twin motor instead of the 09’s triple. The new motor is pushing out 75bhp, and...

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  • Posted 350 days ago (05 November 2013 10:14)

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Sep 10

Posts: 31


The MT-07 looks nice be even better at £4999, a real world motorcycle, the SR400 seems to be a pretty little thing OK for commuting, not sure about the Tri-city but each to their own... 

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Feb 12

Posts: 242

Titosfuneral says:

I wonder

Is that headlight at fairing height ready for the sporty or tour version?

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May 06

Posts: 40

magpiemale says:

faired version ?

 I hate naked bikes and esp the mirrors always vibrating loose. Half faired or full I like so no buyer here. 

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May 13

Posts: 20

 Not offering the Mt-07 in the US is very upsetting! :(

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Apr 08

Posts: 3042

AdieR says:

Not really

*truly* innovative; the MT-07 looks like it's pitched at competing with Kawasaki's ER6 and the old Suzuki SV650, and Honda's NC700. Still, priced right, it'll undoubtedly sell.

The Tri-City looks like their take on the Piaggio MP3, although I think £4k is a fair wad of cash for a 125.


I think a half-faired MT-09 would be a better idea personally...

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Oct 12

Posts: 133

flydnb says:


for about the same price as the Honda cb500 range this looks like a bargain with more power, I can see a lot of people taking there a2 restriction off and not selling it.

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Jan 10

Posts: 126


 I love naked bikes and this batch are great looking, stick a screen on for the winter and away you go, none of the flaffing about with girly fairings.

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Feb 10

Posts: 392


Not sure but...

.......Yes, i formerly wrote a comment about this new MtT-07 saying Yamaha are at the end but, i have to say, as an all rounder, and ridden all year this bike may have something. It's still a bike only it's designer or someone called Norman could love but, again, as a year in year out bike yes i can see the sense in it.

Still i suppose, when the good weather appears, it can be put away in the garage and the good stuff canbe brought out...

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Jun 09

Posts: 38

bigbull says:

MT-07 / TRX850

The new MT07 reminds me a lot of the two TRX850's I had mid 1990's. They also gave you that V twin SOUND AND THE PERFORMANCE  figures are similar.

The big thing that strikes me is PRICE!!! In 1995 the TRX COSTS £7250 OTR now the even beta MT07 costs £5500 OTR...... Well done YAMAHA MOTORCYCLES.

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