Yamaha unveil 2020 Yamaha MT-03
The most obvious change is the new dual headlight that gives the front end an aggressive stance. This is further exaggerated by small styling tweaks to give the bike a more muscular profile including a wider tank cover and lightweight air scoops.
And the changes aren’t just skin-deep, with new 37mm USD forks replacing the telescopic unit on the old bike and an extended asymmetric swingarm that pivots closer to the middle of the bike. This is suspended by a shock with revised preload and damping, plus a stiffer spring.
Yamaha have opted for a white-on-black LCD dash that they say is easier to operate than the old unit.
The new bike will be available in Ice Fluo, Icon Blue and Midnight Black and is expected to hit dealers in December 2019.