2018 Yamaha MT-07

2018 Yamaha MT-07
2018 Yamaha MT-07

2018 Yamaha MT-07 New Features

  • Completely new body design for enhanced appearance
  • New style ‘air intakes’
  • Redesigned front headlight
  • MT-09 style rear light
  • Revised seat shape for improve riding position
  • New sportier front fork settings
  • Rear shock with rebound damping adjuster
2018 Yamaha MT-07
2018 Yamaha MT-07

The MT-07 is one of Yamaha’s most successful motorcycles of all time, with almost 80,000 new units purchased in just 4 years. The model has been hugely popular in Australia, particularly in LAMS form for new and returning riders.

2018 Yamaha MT-07
2018 Yamaha MT-07

Yamaha did a great job in bringing character to the fore with their 270-degree crossplane take on the parallel-twin layout and for 2018 the MT07 sports much sharper looks and improved suspension to make it a more ‘complete’ motorcycle than before.

2018 Yamaha MT-07
2018 Yamaha MT-07

A newly designed fuel tank and MT-09 style ‘air intakes’ give a sharper image and reinforce the MT family look, while a new seat and separate black sidepanels accentuate the mass-forward design.

2018 Yamaha MT-07
2018 Yamaha MT-07

For 2018 the MT-07 is equipped with a completely new seat design that gives an improved riding position for riders of all sizes.

2018 Yamaha MT-07
2018 Yamaha MT-07

The front of the new seat now extends to the sides of the rear of the fuel tank, giving increased comfort – and the new shape also gives the 2018 model a more integrated profile.

2018 Yamaha MT-07
2018 Yamaha MT-07

For 2018 the front forks are equipped with revised settings that give a sportier character, while the rear suspension is fitted with a new rebound damping adjuster that enables riders to set their bike up to suit their riding style and usage.

2018 Yamaha MT-07
2018 Yamaha MT-07

The twin-cylinder engine’s 270-degree crank gives the MT-07 a pulsating driving force that sets this value for money middleweight apart from other models, and this unique facet of the bike’s character has helped to make the MT-07 a top selling motorcycle in its class.

2018 Yamaha MT-07
2018 Yamaha MT-07

The 2018 MT-07 is likely to arrive in Australia early in the second quarter of 2018.

2018 Yamaha MT-07
2018 Yamaha MT-07

Yamaha MT-07 Technical Highlights

  • 698cc, 74.8hp, 182kg wet
  • Liquid-cooled 689cc inline 2-cylinder 4-stroke
  • Crossplane philosophy design with 270-degree crank
  • Deep and powerful linear torque output
  • Outstanding fuel efficiency
  • Built for optimum riding enjoyment
  • Low dry weight of only 164kg
  • Slim and compact tubular backbone frame
  • Agile, manoeuvrable and easy to handle
  • Mass-forward design with sculpted bodywork
  • Lightweight 10-spoke cast aluminium wheels
  • Digital instrumentation with full LED display
  • Dual 282mm front discs with 4-pot caliper
2018 Yamaha MT-07
2018 Yamaha MT-07