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Richard Newland  says:

Yamaha release stunning new MT-125

Yamaha's recently launched MT-09 and MT-07 have certainly captured the UK’s imagination with their blend of affordability and old-school simple riding pleasure, and now Yamaha has released another new MT into the market. The new MT-125 is heavily based around the engine and running gear of the YZF-R125, which has also received a host of updates for 2014. Highlights• ‘Full-size’...

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SHIVA_

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SHIVA_ says:

Stunning?

To gain public trust, stop blowing up your releases with over-exaggerated words.  It's not even nice looking, it's just barely OK. 

http://www.motorcyclenews.com/upload/303732/images/yamaha_391049_2014_yam_mt125_eu_ms1rb_stu_009.jpg

 

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hough

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hough says:

 I think it looks stunning

 

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SHIVA_

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SHIVA_ says:

hough

you are either badly joking or have no sense of style or work for MCN or Yamaha!

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preunit

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preunit says:

Ha SHIVA

 if that 'ad a BMW badge on the tank you'd be on it's d*ck 

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Boltysan

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Boltysan says:

Looks good to me

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hough

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hough says:

SHIVA

 .....or I might just have an opinion on a motorcycle that differs to yours. I personally don't desire BMW motorcycles, but each to their own eh?  It's what makes humans such an interesting, diverse breed. 

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

MT 125

I love it. Just a shame it isn't a 2 stroke.

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SHIVA_

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SHIVA_ says:

Preunit & Hough

Preunit: you are so way off.  I am most critical of BMW.  Just read my notes on here.  Next time, do a bit of research or just don't talk about somthing you don't know anything about.

Hough: no, you are not entiteld to a bogus opinion.  And who is talking about Beemers here?

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preunit

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preunit says:

Alas SHIVA

 your opinion doesn't count, just the opinions of the excited 17 year olds falling over each other trying to get their hands on what looks like a very  bike indeed.

Looks like Yamaha 'as another winner on it's hands 

PS - I don't fcuking work for yamaha...or MCN either :wink:

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STRESSED1

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STRESSED1 says:

Another parts bin stripper.......

I can hear them now, "Oh, if only i were 17 again".......

This bike is nothing special, wheels are skinny, the frame is  a steel beam frame, rather than ally, which i find ironic, today, as Aprilia and Cagiva use ally for around about the same price and general overall appearance is soso at best.

Seems to me, there's a lot of moaning by the manufacturer's about how much technology costs, so that reflects in the prices we have to pay... £4K - 4.5 K for a basic mass produced 125 is ridiculous, unless it's something special........We're being stung.

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