With its awesome looking naked chassis the MT-125 really is like nothing else. Featuring aggressive streetfighter style that demands attention wherever you go, this bike has some serious attitude. And with its full-size chassis the MT-125 gets maximum respect on the street......this stunning and well presented example is super clean, amazing condition and ready for your adventures...call now for details.Compare insurance quotes
MCN overall review verdict: The Yamaha MT-125 is the learner licence-friendly baby of a burgeoning model family. Designed to be the entry point for new riders before they move on to the A2 world of the Yamaha MT-03 and beyond. Related: 2020 Yamaha MT-125 revealed Related: this bike appears in our Best 125cc Motorbikes article Related: how to pass your full UK motorbike licence The MT-125 has everything you need at the 14.7bhp restricted licence point in your riding. First and foremost, it looks fantastic. Its beefy stature (for a 125) and aggressive road stance make it look like a bigger bike than it is. Underneath it's a naked version of the popular and racy 2008-2018 YZF-R125. In a move aimed at attracting younger riders, Yamaha also included a three-section digital dash which displays a clock, petrol gauge, trip time, mpg, distance to service and average speed. It's not just for new riders, though. A claimed mpg figure of 134 makes it a very attractive option for beating the traffic jams on your commute. It'll even cope with motorway speeds relatively well.
|Annual road tax||£20|
|Annual service cost||£80|
|Max power||14.7 bhp|
|Max torque||9.15 ft-lb|
|Top speed||87 mph|
|Average fuel consumption||134 mpg|
|Tank range||340 miles|
|Engine type||liquid-cooled, fuel injected, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valve, single-cylinder|
|Fuel capacity||11.5 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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