Yamaha Ténéré 700 For Sale
The 2019 Yamaha Ténéré 700 is an off-road focused adventure bike and is powered by a 689cc parallel twin engine which puts out 72bhp.
What Is It?
- Based on the excellent MT-07
- Range, non-LED indicators
It's powered by a liquid cooled 689cc parallel twin engine, producing 72.4bhp at 9,000rpm and maximum torque at 6,500rpm.
- Steel tubular frame and Aluminium swingarm
- Dual 282mm wavy discs up front with Brembo 2 piston calipers
- 245mm wavy disc at the rear with Brembo single piston caliper
- ABS system with off mode
- Adjustable 43mm upside down fork with 210mm travel
- Rear shock with 200mm travel and remote adjuster
- LED headlight and position lights
- 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
The off-road version of the best selling MT-07 / Tracer 700 was first shown as the T7 prototype in 2016 and differentiates itself with long travel suspension, wire-spoked wheels, fork guards, a bash plate, handguards, Brembo brakes, beefed up final transmission, specific fuel injection settings, a flat seat, short off-road screen, new frame and custom LCD dash.
We particularly like the four stacked LED headlights which give a really unique look and which cunningly avoid that wonky look. The wire-spoked 21" front wheel takes a Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR 90/90 tyre and the rear 18" a 150/70.
Accessories are likely to include an Akrapovic exhaust system, LED indicators, panniers and a few billet upgrades.
Colours: Black/blue (our fav), white/red, black/grey/yellow
The online ordering system launches 27th March
Did You Know?
Ténéré means wilderness or desert and it's also known as the XTZ700
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