2021 Yamaha MT07 Unveiled; Gets Aggressive

2021 Yamaha MT07 pics gallery at the end; the refreshed mid-sizer now looks a lot more aggressive and gets many other updates…

Yamaha has updated the MT-07, to effectively take on its rivals including the Triumph Trident, which was revealed recently.

Just days after unveiling the MT-09, Yamaha has now given a fresh update to the MT-07 for 2021. It also coincides with the unveiling of the Triumph Trident, which is a recent event.

The new MT-07 gets updated styling that provides it a bold and fresh look, with its three-part LED headlight. It continues with the same diamond frame that its predecessor had. However, it gets a reshaped fuel tank that makes it look sportier. Yamaha also claims that it has improved the finish of the bike for a more premium look.

While these are cosmetic bits, the powertrain is also updated on the motorcycle. It now gets a Euro-5 compliant (similar to BS6 emission norms) engine. The 680cc engine churns out a peak power of 73.4 PS and torque of 67 Nm. The transition to the newer emission norm compliance has led to a slight reduction of power figures. While the power is down by 1.4 PS, the torque is lower by 1 Nm.

It also has a redesigned exhaust system with revised air intake duct design and improved fuel-injection settings. To handle the braking duties, the motorcycle now gets larger 298 mm disc at the front, instead of the 282 mm unit on its predecessor.

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While the company has not revealed the pricing of the streetfighter, we expect it to see a spike, owing to additional features. Because the previous generation MT-07 never made it to India, we believe the chances of the updated version coming to our shores are also not very high.

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