Yamaha

The MT-07 gears up for new riders

The new MT-07 has already impressed the world’s press with its blend of light weight, compact dimensions and responsive, 689cc twin cylinder engine. The MT-07 offers a unique blend of performance and handling that will satisfy even the most experienced riders and with a recommended price of £5199 it redefines the word ‘value’ in this competitive middleweight class.

The chassis specifications, narrow seat and low dry weight of only 164kg, also make the MT-07 very attractive to new A2 licence holders and motorcycle training centers as a machines that offers the perfect introduction to the world of motorcycling.

Free 35KW Restrictor Kit for new MT-07’s
Yamaha are therefore pleased to confirm the availability of an A2 35KW Restrictor Kit for the new MT-07 and MT-07 ABS models which complies with the 3rd Directive for Category A2 motorcycles.

The 35KW Restrictor Kit can be provided and fitted free of charge as part of the normal PDI on all new MT-07’s, at the time of purchase by the supplying Yamaha dealer. The new owner receives a 35KW Certificate to confirm that the kit has been fitted and the new machine complies with the current A2 licence legislation.

And of course the beauty of having a restrictor kit available is that once a rider has qualified for a full licence they can get their MT-07 derestricted and then experience the full potential of the MT engine. The M-07/ABS should therefore be able to satisfy the changing needs of new riders as they gain experience, without the need to sell and replace their machine for many years.

The MT-07/ABS restrictor kit can also be ordered as a spare part from Yamaha dealers, so that secondhand machines can be restricted if purchased by an A2 licence holder. The kit has a recommended retail price of £124.99 ex VAT.

MT-07 RSK – Riding School Kit
Recognising that the restricted A2 version of the MT-07 also looks set to become a favourite with motorcycle training centres Yamaha has also developed a special RSK – Riding School Kit – package that turns the new MT into the perfect training machine.

The kit includes a handlebar/levers protective cage and six heavy duty sliders to protect the frame and engine. These parts have been developed by Yamaha engineers having consulted schools across Europe and the parts are positioned in such a way as to protect all the vital components if a bike is dropped during low speed manoeuvring.

There are many advantages of the official RSK kits:
1. The kit is made up of Yamaha Genuine Quality Parts
2. No modifications are required to the motorcycle
3. Quick and easy to fit to the motorcycle
4. Vital protection of the key engine and chassis components during a drop or fall over
5. The look and visual identity of the MT-07 is preserved.
6. Durable engineering and high quality materials are used
7. Kit and parts are available form Yamaha Europe central parts warehouse.
8. The four individual components of the kit can be ordered as spare parts

The RSK kit will be available from authorised Yamaha dealerships during April 2014.

March 19th, 2014  |  Published in News, Yamaha

NOTHING FEEDS YOUR SOUL LIKE A YAMAHA XJ6

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yamaha is delighted to announce that for a limited period, it is now offering £600 Cash Back on all XJ6 model variants. What’s more, the Cash Back is offered in addition to the current 0% APR finance deal, over 3 years with a minimum of £99 deposit!

With the best UK summer for a long time clinging on, there’s still time to take advantage of the fantastic deals available from Yamaha. So, why not make the most of the great weather and Yamaha’s even more affordable motorcycles – A brand new XJ6 could be yours for the equivalent of £5399 with zero per cent finance (subject to status)!

XJ6 model variants covered by Cash Back and finance offer:
XJ6 / ABS 
XJ6 SP 
XJ6 Diversion 
XJ6 Diversion F 
XJ6 Diversion F Touring

Terms & Conditions
The £600 Cash Back offer applies to new XJ-Series models only.
The £600 Cash Back offer only applies to new machines purchased from an authorised Yamaha motorcycle dealers.
The value of £600 will be deducted from the retail value of the unit and the dealership will reclaim the sum from YMUK.
The Cash Back is applied against the full recommended retail price of the unit. No alternatives are offered or implied.

September 5th, 2013  |  Published in News, Yamaha

Going electric can save you even more!

The Yamaha EC-03 is a vehicle with a difference: a pure electric bike that’s slim, fun and totally emissions-free. And now with £800 cash back*, there’s never been a better time to save even more on your commuting costs!

For a limited period, you can now buy a Yamaha EC-03 and receive £800 cash back* – that’s equivalent to an RRP of just £1799! And what’s more, with low rate finance of 4.9% APR Representative over 36 months and just £99 pounds down, the cost of ownership is even more affordable.

As the saying goes; ‘look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves’ and this could not be truer than with the Yamaha’s EC-03. From as little as 25p** for a full charge, you can make huge savings on the cost of your commuting, not to mention the time you’ll save and the low environmental impact.

 Representative example:

OTR Price £2654.00
Minimum deposit £99.00
Amount of credit £2555.00
36 monthly payments £76.34
Total amount payable £2847.24
Interest rate (fixed) 4.79%
APR 4.9%

*Terms & Conditions

The £800 Cash Back offer applies to new EC-03 models only.
The £800 Cash Back offer only applies to new machines purchased from  authorised Yamaha EC-03 dealers.
The value of £800 will be deducted from the retail value of the unit and the dealership will reclaim the sum from YMUK.
The Cash Back is applied against the full recommended retail price of the unit. No alternatives are offered or implied.

**Dependant on electricity tariff and peak/off-peak charging

 

TO find out more about the EC-03, click here

 

 

August 7th, 2013  |  Published in News, Yamaha

Andrea Antonelli: A Tribute

Italian motorcyclist Andrea Antonelli died on 21st July 2013 after crashing his motorcycle at the World Supersport race at the Moscow Raceway. Just 25 years old, he was a promising competitive motorcycle rider, with 21 starts to his name. Read the rest of this entry »

August 7th, 2013  |  Published in Honda, News, Yamaha

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