Introducing the new 2020 Yamaha Motorcycle Guide.
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– 2020 Yamaha YZF-R1M
– 2020 Yamaha YZF-R1 GYTR – New model (Europe)
– 2020 Yamaha YZF-R1
– 2020 Yamaha YZF-R6
– 2020 Yamaha YZF-R3 – New model
– 2020 Yamaha YZF-R125 – New model (Europe)
– 2020 Yamaha MT-10
– 2020 Yamaha MT-09 (+Video)
– 2020 Yamaha MT-07 (+Video)
– 2020 Yamaha VMAX
– 2020 Yamaha XSR900
– 2020 Yamaha XSR700
– 2020 Yamaha XSR700 XTribute – New model (Europe)
– 2020 Yamaha SR400 – (USA)
– 2020 Yamaha FJR1300A – (USA, Europe)
– 2020 Yamaha FJR1300ES
– 2020 Yamaha FJR1300P Police Bike
– 2020 Yamaha Tracer 900GT – New model
– 2020 Yamaha Tracer 900 – New model
– 2020 Yamaha NIKEN GT – New model
– 2020 Yamaha NIKEN – New model
Cruisers / Touring
– 2020 Yamaha Star Venture
– 2020 Yamaha Star Eluder
– 2020 Yamaha Bolt
– 2020 Yamaha Bolt R-Spec
– 2020 Yamaha V-Star 650 Custom – (Canada)
– 2020 Yamaha V-Star 250
Adventure Touring / Dual Sport
– 2020 Yamaha Super Tenere ES
– 2021 Yamaha Tenere 700 – New model (Available Q2 2020)
– 2020 Yamaha WR250R – (USA)
– 2020 Yamaha XT250
– 2020 Yamaha TW200
– 2020 Yamaha XMAX
– 2020 Yamaha SMAX
– 2020 Yamaha Zuma 125 – (USA)
– 2020 Yamaha Zuma 50F – (USA)
– 2020 Yamaha BWS 125 – (Canada)
– 2020 Yamaha YZ450F – Revised
– 2020 Yamaha YZ250F – New model
– 2020 Yamaha YZ250
– 2020 Yamaha YZ125
– 2020 Yamaha YZ85 – Revised
Off-Road Competition / Cross Country
– 2020 Yamaha WR450F – New model
– 2020 Yamaha WR250F
– 2020 Yamaha YZ450FX – New model
– 2020 Yamaha YZ250FX
– 2020 Yamaha YZ250X
– 2020 Yamaha TT-R230
– 2020 Yamaha TT-R125LE
– 2020 Yamaha TT-R110E
– 2020 Yamaha TT-R50E
– 2020 Yamaha PW50
– 2020 Yamaha 3CT Concept
From the Manufacturer
MT series 2020: Hack the Darkness
Can you resist the Dark Side of Japan?
It was just 5 years ago when Yamaha unveiled the original ground breaking MT-09 to the motorcycling world. With its high torque crossplane engine, naked body and agile handling, this bike introduced the European market to the Dark Side of Japan – a bold new design philosophy that drew its inspiration from the underground custom scene in Japan.
This innovative new Hyper Naked segment proved to be an instant success with riders who were looking to discover the essential spirit and fundamental enjoyment associated with two wheels. With their clear focus on linear torque, easy agility and high power to weight, Yamaha’s Hyper Naked motorcycles have brought a whole new look, energy and attitude to the streets of Europe.
Since the arrival of the first MT-09 the Hyper Naked range has grown rapidly to include a total of seven models from the flagship MT-10 SP through to the MT-125 – and each one of them has proved to be an outstanding success in its own category. In just 5 years, MT sales in Europe have exceeded 175,000 units, making this the most successful and popular range of Yamaha motorcycles – with the MT-09 and MT-07 consistently amongst the top selling models in their respective sales leagues.
New Ice Fluo colour option for 2020
Yamaha totally revolutionized the look of the Hyper Naked scene with the introduction of the radical Night Fluo colours. Bold and original, this audacious colour scheme reinforced the dynamic character of the MT range – and perfectly complemented the daring and outgoing personalities of many Hyper Naked riders.
For 2020 Yamaha takes the MT’s aggressive and streetwise image to the next level with an evolution of the Fluo concept. The forceful and uncompromising new Ice Fluo colour not only underlines the assertive character of Yamaha’s Hyper Naked bikes – it also creates an instantly recognisable look that strengthens the strong family feeling amongst MT owners. Consisting of a super cool new ice-grey body colour contrasted by fluorescent red wheels and a black engine, frame, forks and headlamp – with tuning fork logos on the tank or air ducts – the new Ice Fluo colour option is exclusive to the Yamaha MT range.
The new Ice Fluo colour option will be offered on each MT Hyper Naked model (except SP versions that feature exclusive colours), while the Yamaha Blue and Tech Black colour options will continue.