Yamaha MT-03 For Sale

The 2016 Yamaha MT-03 is an A2 licence friendly naked bike and is powered by a 321cc parallel twin engine which puts out 42bhp.

  • The R3 is a great bike so this is likely to be as well
  • The MT-07 can also be in the A2 class with a restrictor but might last longer

What Is It?

The MT-03 is back for 2016 after a two year gap and on the back of Yamaha's relentless MT series comeback. The liquid cooled 321cc parallel twin engine produces 42bhp at 10,750rpm and is derived from the sportier YZF-R3. Peak torque is reached at 9,000rpm. 

Features include:

  • 298mm floating disc up front with 2 piston caliper
  • 220m disc at the rear with single piston caliper
  • 41mm fork with 130mm travel
  • Rear shock with 125mm travel
  • 10 spoke 17" Aluminium wheels
  • 140 section rear tyre with 110 up front (tubeless)
  • LED rear lights, ABS
  • 6 speed gearbox, gear position indicator

The chassis also derived from R3 but with a more upright riding position (much like the MT-10 / YZF-R1 power / rpm relationship).

Much like the R1 the long 573mm asymmetrical swingarm provides straight line stability and links directly to the monocross shock while the weight distribution is slightly forward like the original MT-03.

Styling wise it reminds us of the MT-07 and MT-09 a little - more than the previous stand out MT-03 anyway. There are LED positioning lights above the front headlight.

  • 2016-2017: Black/silver, blue/silver/black
  • 2018: Black, black/yellow, black/blue, white with red wheels (2019)

2017: Euro 4 compliant

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Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
2016 £3,450 £2,750 £2,400 4,100
2017 £4,000 £3,200 £2,800 3,100
2018 £4,600 £3,700 £3,250 2,100
2019 £5,000 £4,050 £3,550 150

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