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Featuring an iconic colour scheme and fitted with a range of exclusive scrambler equipment, the new XSR700 XTribute pays homage to the XT, and recaptures the fundamental thrills and enjoyment that you're looking for in a bike. Comes with Akraprovic full system.save £600.00 from rrp £9,424.00 Its special features include an XT-style flat seat and chunky footrests, as well as off-road handlebars and fork gaiters that complement its timeless scrambler style. Thanks to its 689cc, inline, 2-cylinder engine and lightweight chassis, the power and technology of the new XSR700 XTribute leaves a lasting impression. Available to order at Lamba , Demo Available on standard XSR700 model. Lamba 02086474851 sales@lambamotorcycles.co.uk. Please note Akrapovic High Exhaust shown in photos is extra to the R.R.P of £7799.00. Please phone for special fitted price. C

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Lamba Motorcycles

118-132 High Street, Carshalton, SM5 3AE

http://www.lambamotorcycles.co.uk

Why buy from Lamba Motorcycles

Lamba Motorcycles showroom

Lamba Motorcycles is a family run business and has been established for 40 years in Carshalton High Street. We are able to offer a comprehensive selection of all current Yamaha models at competitive prices, with demonstrators being available on many models. In addition to the new bikes we also offer a large range of second hand motorcycles in our showroom. These include most of the major manufacturers such as Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, Piaggio and many others. The Sales Department currently has many ongoing offers, from free insurance on some Yamaha models, to free clothing or accessories on new bike and scooter sales. Within the shop Lamba Motorcycles also have a comprehensively stocked Spares and Accessories Department. This department stocks all the day to day items required for keeping a bike on the road, and in addition they are able to order items specially to meet your requirements. The shop has a varied range of helmets, clothing, boots and gloves to suit every budget and every type of motorcyclist. We carry many of the major clothing manufacturers such as Richa, Spada, Arai, Shoei, Shark, Sidi, TCX and many others. We also have available full workshop facilities for servicing and repairs at the rear of our premises. Our technicians are all fully qualified, all regularly attending manufacturer courses to update their skills and knowledge. MOT, Loan bikes and hire bikes are also available. Come and see our showroom, and meet our friendly staff – we will do our very best to meet all your motorcycling needs – big or small.

MCN overall review verdict: With nearly every manufacturer looking to capitalise on the growing trend of retro off-road bikes and desperate to hark back to their own legendary offerings, Yamaha have now jumped firmly onto the scrambler band wagon. Calling on their rich off-road heritage that saw ground-breaking bikes like the XT500 rule the roost back in the 1970s, they have launched a re-modelled and re-packaged XSR700 called and called it the XTribute in homage to the silver-tanked 1981 XT500. There’s no question that the XTribute is a great ride. With a nimble chassis, punchy motor and good fuelling it’s a bike that certainly puts a smile on your face the moment you swing your leg over it. It’s a bike that is as equally happy making good progress along your favourite twisty road or cruising down to the local bike café for soya latte. It’s comfortable thanks to its higher seat and feels purposeful as do its wide of-road focussed handlebars. And if it’s distinctive looks you want the XTribute is certainly something a little different, but whether the different paint scheme and small ergonomic and styling changes are worth an extra 10% on the price is rather questionable.

Running costs
Insurance group -
Annual road tax £91
Annual service cost -
Performance
Max power 75 bhp
Max torque 50 ft-lb
Top speed -
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption 65.7 mpg
Tank range -
Quick specs
Engine size 689cc
Engine type Double overhead cam parallel twin
Frame type Diamond
Fuel capacity 14 litres
Seat height 845mm
Bike weight 187kg

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

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