Yamaha MT-10 Bikes For Sale

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Specs

  • Seat Height: Average (825 mm / 32.5 inches)
  • Weight: Heavy (210 kg / 463 lbs)
  • Fuel Capacity: High (17.0 litres / 4.5 US gallons)
  • Economy: Poor (35 mpg / 8.1 l/100km / 12.4 km/l)
  • Range: Average (130 miles / 209 km)
  • Top Speed: Very High (150 mph / 241 km/h)
  • Capacity: High (998 cc)
  • Power: Very High (158 bhp / 118 kW)
  • Power to Weight: Very High (0.752 bhp/kg / 0.561 kW/kg)
  • Redline: High (12,000 rpm)
  • Road Tax / VED: Very High (£101 Per Year)
  • Launch RRP: £10,000

For Sale (34)

  • 2016 YAMAHA MT10 MT-10 EXTRA'S
    £7,995 🤍
    • £460 Under Guide Price
    • 2016
    • Darlington(Map)
    • ebay
    • YAMAHA MT10 MT-10 EXTRA'S
  • 2017 Yamaha MT-10 1000 ABS
    £8,995 🤍
    • £100 Over Guide Price
    • 2017
    • Manchester(Map)
    • ebay
    • UK MAINLAND DELIVERY JUST �99
  • Yamaha MT-10 2017 - Decat Exhaust, Lowering Kit, All Keys & Books
    £8,999 🤍
    • £100 Over Guide Price
    • 2017
    • Newport(Map)
    • ebay
    • Yamaha MT-10 - Decat Exhaust, Lowering Kit, All Keys & Books
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Price Guide & Used Prices

Year
Dealer
Private
Part Ex
Mileage
2021
£11,550
£9,250
£8,100
2,100
2020
£10,750
£8,600
£7,550
3,700
2019
£10,050
£8,050
£7,050
5,100
2018
£9,450
£7,550
£6,600
8,200
2017
£8,900
£7,150
£6,250
5,900
2016
£8,450
£6,800
£5,950
4,500

Gear & Accessories

Review In A Few

Pros

  • Good wind protection
  • Excellent engine
  • Loads of power

Cons

  • Headlights don't both do high / low beam
  • On the thirsty side

Video Reviews

Check out this video review from CagerOnTwoWheels.

What Is It?

The Yamaha MT-10 is a premium naked bike and is powered by a liquid cooled 998 cc crossplane inline four engine, producing 158.2 bhp at 11,500 rpm and maximum torque at 9,000 rpm.

Features include:

  • Aluminium frame derived from the R1 but with steel sub-frame
  • Dual 320 mm discs up front with radial four piston calipers
  • Rear 220 mm disc with two piston caliper
  • Adjustable 43 mm KYB upside down fork with 120 mm travel
  • Adjustable rear KYB shock with 120 mm travel
  • Slipper clutch
  • 3 level traction control and ABS
  • 3 riding modes, changeable on the move
  • LED lighting all round
  • 12V outlet in the dash
  • 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator

The engine differs from the R1 in having Steel connecting rods instead of Titanium, a different fuel injection system and the crankshaft has higher inertia to cope with the torque. It's more about low to mid range torque and power than the R1.

It's not quite an R1 minus the fairing though. The dashboard is only LCD unlike the fancy dash of the R1, it doesn't have the 3-axis IMU tracking tech, the exhaust system is Steel rather than Titanium and in a similar vein the fuel tank is Steel rather than Aluminium.

However the MT-10 does get cruise control over the R1 which can be used in gears 4-6 at 30-110 mph. The 17" 5-spoke wheels take a Bridgestone Battlax Hypersport 120/70 tyre at the front and a 190/55 at the rear.

Accessories include the Akrapovic exhaust, quickshifter, screen, heated grips, side mounted semi-hard cases and comfort seat.

  • 2016-2018: Black with yellow wheels, black/blue with blue wheels, black with red front disc mounts, white with red wheels (2019)
  • 2020: Black, blue, white
Did You Know?

MT stands for Masters of Torque.

Model History & Updates

2017: New quickshifter system and engine mapping updated to be a bit smoother.

£11,650 Tourer edition gets you a tall screen, hand guards, comfort seat, GPS mount and soft ABS panniers.

£13,400 MT-10 SP launched with Ohlins electronic suspension, TFT dash and special colour scheme.

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Popularity & How Many Left

Year
On Road
Off Road
Total
For Sale
2021
Data coming soon...
32 / month
2020
Data coming soon...
170 / month
2019
440
19
459
310 / month
2018
468
60
528
160 / month
2017
617
85
702
150 / month
2016
633
132
765
170 / month

Source: DVLA

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