Image Gallery: 2016 Yamaha MT-03 - Overdrive

Image gallery: 2016 Yamaha MT-03

25 Jun 2016 / 1

The Yamaha R3 is an incredibly sweet motorcycle, one that we’re very fond of. The MT-03 is essentially the same bike but with minimal bodywork and more comfortable, upright ergonomics. Under the MT-03’s minimal and angular bodywork resides the same high revving 42PS parallel twin engine that displaces 321cc. We do expect Yamaha to launch the MT-03 in India at some point but there is no clarity on when this will happen. Expect it to be priced Rs 20,000-30,000 cheaper than the R3. hopefully Yamaha won’t make the same glaring omission like the did with the R3 and offer this bike with ABS, at least as a choice

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Upright riding position should be more practical than the R3’s mild crouch

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Silver and blue colour scheme is now a trademark on the MT series

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This particular bike features a larger optional fly screen

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Minimal body work, but well executed and this bike should be quite the eye catcher

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The Yamaha R3 is a stable, confidence inspiring and entertaining handler. We expect nothing less from the MT-03

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Like with the R3, the Yamaha MT-03 comes with tow colour schemes.

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Aftermnarket options include this smart metal chain cover

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An aftermarket tail tidy reduces visual bulk at the rear

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Expect the Yamaha MT-03 to produce a much sweeter note with this aftermarket carbonfibre Akrapovic end can

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