One of the most potent naked bikes on the market, the One of the most potent naked bikes on the market, the Yamaha MT-09 is soon to hit the Indian market. The bike has a reputation for having a strong design, but it also performs well and has a long list of features is soon to hit the Indian market. The bike has a reputation for having a strong design, but it also performs well and has a long list of features that give it a distinct advantage over many of its competitors. The Yamaha MGT-09 will reportedly debut in India, but until then, here are the top five things you should know about the brand-new MT-09.
Yamaha MT-09 Design
The Yamaha MT-09 is distinguished by its bare design, which is complemented by angular and aggressive headlamps with a sleek layout. To further complete the appearance, it also receives substantial tank panels and a blacked-out radiator cover. Along with a sizable licence plate holder mounted on the rear tyre and blacked-out components, you also get a split seat configuration.
Yamaha MT-09 Performance
A 698cc parallel-twin petrol engine with liquid cooling powers the Yamaha MT-09 and produces 73.4 PS and 67 Nm of maximum torque. It is coupled to a six-speed manual transmission that also features a quick shifter as an option. The engine not only boasts incredible performance numbers, but also outperforms many of its competitors in terms of refinement and driveability.
Yamaha MT-09 Suspension
The new Yamaha MT-09 has a six-step adjustable mono-shock suspension at the back and USD forks up front. Overall, the suspension setup contributes to the Yamaha MT-09’s ability to provide a commendable riding experience by providing both an agreeable ride quality and impressive dynamics.
Yamaha MT-09 Price
The new Yamaha MT-09 will be imported into the nation through the CBU (Completely Built Unit) route and is anticipated to cost between Rs. 10 lakh and Rs (ex-showroom, Delhi). However, the brand is mum on the cost of the new MT-09 in India.
Yamaha MT-09 Launch Date
Yamaha has not yet revealed the bike’s official launch date, but reliable rumors indicate that it may arrive in India later this year. Given that both appeared in the most recent Call of Blue campaign video, the company is also anticipated to introduce the new Yamaha YZF-R7 around the same time.
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