Yamaha's 2019 Tracer 700GT explored
New middleweight tourer follows on from popular Yamaha Tracer 900GT
Yamaha have revealed that their popular Tracer 700 will recieve the GT treatment for 2019, gaining an adjustable larger touring screen, roomy, comfortable padded seat and a set of colour-matched 20-litre side cases.
Following in the footsteps of the firm's larger, three-cylinder Tracer 900GT, which uses the standard Tracer 900 as a base, it is claimed that this £7999 new version will allow owners to travel further and in greater comfort, without losing any of the fun and agility.
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Another 2019 new model is launched, the Yamaha Tracer 700GT equipped with a high touring screen, ergonomic seating & colour-matched 20-litre side cases. The result; an even more functional Tracer, ready to eat up big mileage!— Yamaha Motor UK (@YMUKofficial) September 30, 2018
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Using the firm's 689cc, parallel twin-cylinder, crossplane engine, borrowed from their own superb MT-07, complete with a beefy 17-litre fuel tank (although no larger than the standard 700), the bike is a recipe for long-distance, B-road carving fun.
The bike will be available in three colour options; Phantom Blue, Tech Black and Nimbus Grey colour.
See this bike debut in the UK at Motorcycle Live from 17-25 November at The NEC.