If it does come it won't be called the MT-03 (also maybe not even FZ-03) because the MT-03 is already a bike (660cc) so i don't know what they will call it for the european market
MT3? MT-320? RT-03?if it does come it won't be called the mt-03 (also maybe not even fz-03) because the mt-03 is already a bike (660cc) so i don't know what they will call it for the european market
I don't see why it wouldn't come, Honda is having success with the naked CB300...It is presumed that for the North America and Europe, Yamaha will release a 300cc model, likely to be named the MT-03 (that’s FZ-03 for us Americans), as they did with the YZF-R3 sport bike.
Priced aggressively in the Indonesia market, the MT-25 should be a strong offering from Yamaha for price-conscious riders throughout the world.
We would expect the machine to come to the US market with a price tag south of $4,500 , of course we will have to wait and see if Yamaha green lights the motorcycle for this side of the pond first.
My guess would be $4590.00 for the 320CC version if they actually make it.That bike looks like what I would want for myself,
They should add a windshield and trunk mounting points if they want this bike to become more popular; which are one of the main complaints about the Honda CB300F (aside from it's availability in only 1 color).
And I would agree on the higher handlebars. They'd have to be a lot higher and more backwards than the R3.
You think they will reduce the price compared to an R3, like Honda and some other brands do?
I know this feel.Sweet. I thought I hated "naked" bikes, but the more I see them, the more I love them. Currently, I'm obsessing over the Street Triple R.
The only thing you gain by going to the FZ-07 is more engine torque.I know this feel.
I've been seeing more and more FZ-07/09s.. I think those will be on my upgrade list after I'm done with the R3.