Completely new for 2021, Yamaha has provided 2 versions of the MT-09. Featuring a new EU5-compliant 889 cc CP3 engine, up 4 hp from last year. An all-new aluminum frame is stiffer and lighter, helping the bike shed 4kg overall. All new electronic rider aids, including quick shifting and rider selectable modes.
The SP edition arrives with a sinister darked-out look along with a premium KYB and Öhlins suspension, and electronic cruise control. The SP looks to be an excellent value.
Available Colors: Tech Black, Yamaha Racing Blue, Ice Fluo, Raven Liquid Metal (SP)
Updated for 2021, the popular MT-07 receives new bodywork, new 298mm front brakes, and engine changes to become Euro 5 compliant.
The new LED headlight assembly keeps the family resemblance in check. A new wider handlebar helps fit a wider range of rider sizes. Overall the 2021 MT-07 and its 49 ft-lbs of torque make for an excellent package.
Only the Bolt R-Spec carries on into 2021. Now blacked out, The Bolt R Spec is stripped down with minimal chrome, epitomizing the “Urban Performance Bobber” look. The compact chassis proudly showcases the 58 cubic inch (942cc), air-cooled, 60° V-twin sitting at the heart of the bike.
New for 2021, Yamaha brings out an all-new adventure bike.
The Ténéré 700™ features a fuel-injected, 689cc liquid-cooled, inline twin-cylinder engine derived from Yamaha’s award-winning MT-07®. This compact powerplant features an ideal power delivery for adventure riding, for tractable and controllable power in every riding condition.
Improved for 2021, the engine features a new combustion chamber geometry with steeper valve angles, more aggressive cam profiles, a higher compression piston with low friction rings, longer connection rod, a larger exhaust head pipe connector, a high flow air filter, more efficient breather system and more work together to give WR450F riders a broad spread of useable thrust with expanded high-rpm power.
Yamaha’s aluminum frame features all-new flex characteristics that give riders the ultimate combination of precise cornering performance, traction and bump stability.
Yamaha’s XMAX sport scooter has been updated for 2021. While the updates aren’t ground-breaking, any improvement is an improvement nonetheless! For 2021, the XMAX receives an updated engine that’s not Euro5 compliant and some minor cosmetic updates. The engine itself is a 292 cc liquid-cooled single that makes 27.6 horsepower, connected to a CVT automatic gearbox.
Other top-notch features include traction control, ABS, LED lighting, a charging port, keyless ignition, and more. It might be easy to simply dismiss the XMAX as another scooter but it really does offer a comfortable and practical ride experience, that’s both fuel-efficient and performance-focused.
For 2021, the XMAX is available exclusively in Matte Midnight Blue.
Yamaha’s small-capacity urban run-around is back for 2021 with a few minor updates. While it’s a budget-focused mobility solution, the Zuma 125 has plenty of character to keep riders interested, and an impressive selection of premium features to make riders comfortable too.
The heart of this little step-through is a 125cc four-stroke engine that produces around 8 horsepower, which is plenty of power for lightweight city riding. The engine is connected to a hassle-free automatic transmission and sits in a strong but lightweight frame that rolls on aluminum wheels and tough suspension. It’s practical, economical, and surprising fun to ride!
For 2021, the Zuma is available in Ultramarine Blue or Matte Black