Make: Yamaha Model: Tricity Year: 2020 Miles: 0 Engine size: 300cc Colour: Icon Grey,Tech Kamo,Gunmetal Grey Keys: Two keys Price: £7350.00 + OTR Extras included: N/A stock scooter 1st registered: (TBC) Warranty Details: Two years warranty with the purchase of this motorcycle Roadside assist: 12 months Yamaha assist included Additional information: Manufacture details: 3-wheel Urban Mobility with Tricity DNA Economical and powerful 300cc BLUE CORE engine Tilt lock Assist System Lightest in class / Autonomy Large storage space LCD instruments and high-quality finish Large diameter disc brakes Finance Details: We use Santander, Black Horse, Moto Novo and more! ***FULL PDI INSPECTION*** ***FINANCE SUBJECT TO STATUS*** ***INCLUDES TWO YEARS YAMAHA WARRANTY***

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On The Wheel

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MCN overall review verdict: Following in the triplicate wheel-tracks of Yamaha’s other three wheelers, the Tricity 125 and the Niken, the Tricity 300 offers one key difference: it can be ridden on a car licence. Legally this is a trike (an ‘L5e’ if you want to get nerdy about it), meaning you don’t even need to take a CBT, let alone pass a bike test, to get behind the handlebars of a Tricity 300 – just so long as you have a full car licence. Obviously that’s going to be controversial and we’d recommend any sane, sensible and responsible rider get some training before taking to the road. Related: Best 50cc scooters Related: Yamaha Niken GT long-term test Related: How to pass your motorcycle test Related: MCIA 'Unlock Your Freedom' campaign The point is that Yamaha haven’t built the Tricity 300 for us riders who already love bikes and scooters. Instead, it’s here to tempt folk out of their cars and off public transport, offering a quick, easy and convenient commuting alternative that doesn’t require going through the cost and hassle of today’s baffling bike licence maze. And all with a greater sense of safety than a standard two-wheeler. In technical terms, it’s an Xmax 300 fitted with a modified version of the tilting, tandem-fork front end from the Tricity 125. Yes, it leans when it goes round corners. No, there’s no clutch or gears. Yes, it feels fairly similar to a normal scooter once you’re on the move, other than having more front-end confidence. And, no, you don’t have to put your feet down when you stop – at least, not once you’ve got the hang of pressing the new ‘Standing Assist’ button at just the right time. The bottom line is that even if you’re not the least bit interested in owning or riding a three-wheeled scooter, that’s fine because this isn’t trying to appeal to you. But the next time you hear a non-riding mate moan about being stuck in commuter traffic jams or the price of train tickets, you could always point them in the direction of a Tricity 300. ⏱️ Spend #60secondswith @Mufga and the Yamaha Tricity 300. Look out for the full review coming soon. pic.twitter.com/s1sBFhhwDw — Motor Cycle News (@MCNnews) July 24, 2020 Watch our full Yamaha Tricity 300 video review here:

Running costs
Insurance group -
Annual road tax £44
Annual service cost -
Performance
Max power 28 bhp
Max torque 21 ft-lb
Top speed 80 mph
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption 80 mpg
Tank range 228 miles
Quick specs
Engine size 292cc
Frame type Tubular steel
Engine type Liquid-cooled, 4v, single
Fuel capacity 13 litres
Seat height 795mm
Bike weight 239kg

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

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1) return the motorcycle and not pay the Optional Final Repayment. If the motorcycle has exceeded the maximum agreed mileage a charge for excess mileage will apply – in this example 6p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage up to 4,999 miles and 12p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage exceeding 4,999 miles If the motorcycle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded the maximum agreed mileage you will have nothing further to pay;
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