Yamaha MT-07 Bikes For Sale
- Seat Height: Average (805 mm / 31.7 inches)
- Weight: Average (184 kg / 406 lbs)
- Fuel Capacity: Average (14.0 litres / 3.7 US gallons)
- Economy: Average (55 mpg / 5.1 l/100km / 19.5 km/l)
- Range: High (170 miles / 274 km)
- Top Speed: High (120 mph / 193 km/h)
- Capacity: Average (689 cc)
- Power: Average (72 bhp / 54 kW)
- Power to Weight: Average (0.391 bhp/kg / 0.292 kW/kg)
- Redline: Average (10,000 rpm)
- Road Tax / VED: Very High (£101 Per Year)
- Launch RRP: £6,900
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What Is It?
The Yamaha MT-07 is a popular mid-range naked bike and is powered by a Euro 5 compliant liquid cooled 689 cc parallel twin engine, producing 72.4 bhp at 8,750 rpm and maximum torque at 6,500 rpm.
- Steel tubular frame and Aluminium swingarm
- Dual 298 mm discs up front with four piston calipers
- 245 mm disc at the rear with Nissin single piston caliper
- ABS system
- Non-adjustable 41 mm KYB fork with 130 mm travel
- Rear shock with adjustable rebound and 130 mm travel
- LCD dash
- LED lighting all round
- 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
- 2->1 exhaust system
Compared to the 2018-2020 model there's a few Euro 5 tweaks, a larger exhaust system with an extra catalytic convertor, it makes 1.4 bhp less at 250 rpm lower down the range, the now non-wavy front discs are 16 mm bigger and the bars are 32 mm wider.
There's also a heat shield on the down pipes, a funky new single LED headlight, LED indicators, black levers, new premium tyres and a new inverted LCD dash however it's 2 kg heavier.
The 10-spoke 17" wheels take a Michelin Road 5 120/70 tyre at the front and a 180/55 at the rear.
Accessories include the Akrapovic exhaust system (£1,349), knuckle guards (£317), comfort seat (£220), 28 mm higher seat (£132), 39 litre top box (£145), heated grips (£145), Moto-GP style exhaust cover (£117), chain guard (£100), fly screen (£60) and a range of billet parts.
- 2021: Black, grey/red, blue
- 2022: Black, blue, blue/red
Over 125,000 have been sold to date, making it one of Yamaha's best selling models and MT stands for Masters of Torque.