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YAMAHA MT-03 ABS. Choose from Night Fluo, Tech Black or Yamaha Blue. A2 license class model. YZF-R3 based liquid-cooled twin cylinder engine. Naked body with distinctive MT styling. 10-spoke alloy wheels with 140-section rear tyre. Moderate 780mm seat height ensures it's easy to reach the ground. ABS-equipped 298mm front disc & 220mm rear disc. LED position light and LED tail light. 2 years YOU Yamaha factory warranty and 12 months YOU Yamaha Road Assistance. UK Nationwide Delivery and low rate YOU Yamaha Motor Finance available. Part exchange welcome. CALL US NOW...

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Wigan Yamaha

1 Wilcox Street, Wigan, WN3 4AR

http://www.wiganyamaha.co.uk

MCN overall review verdict: The MT-03 handles brilliantly, is light, engaging and has more than enough poke to set it far apart from the smaller-capacity MT-125. It’s a worthwhile investment for any A2 licence holder. Latest news: 2020 Yamaha MT-03 revealed Not to be confused with the previous Yamaha MT-03, which used a 660cc single-cylinder engine from the XT range in a naked street bike package. In a bid to attract newer riders and A2 licence holders Yamaha released the R3 back in 2015 and the firm redesigned the sportsbike and turned it into the MT-03 the following year. Yamaha are a clever bunch. They’ve been on a roll ever since they introduced the MT range back in 2013 with the hugely popular MT-09. They’ve expanded it by adding the excellent MT-07, a learner friendly single-cylinder MT-125 and the muscle naked, the MT-10. But they haven’t stopped there. Yamaha have used their successful machines as donor bikes, restyled them and named them XSRs to fit in their Sports Heritage segment. They are going for domination by producing, adapting and redesigning their bikes to attract as wide an audience as possible. And that’s exactly what they did with the A2 addition to the MT family line-up. Simply put, the MT-03 is the 2015 R3 in naked guise, much like the MT-125 is the YZF-R125 and the MT-10 is the Yamaha R1 without its fairings. But we’re not complaining. By using clever design and smart marketing Yamaha are reaching out to more customers and hopefully bringing a whole bunch of new riders into the fold at the same time. And that is where the MT-03 fits into all this. Being A2 licence friendly Yamaha hope it will make an attractive stepping stone for new riders looking to progress through the ranks before one day owning one of the firm’s larger machines.

Running costs
Insurance group -
Annual road tax £43
Annual service cost -
Performance
Max power 41.4 bhp
Max torque 21.8 ft-lb
Top speed -
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption -
Tank range -
Quick specs
Engine size 321cc
Engine type Twin-cylinder liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-valves
Frame type Diamond
Fuel capacity 14 litres
Seat height 780mm
Bike weight 168kg

Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold

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