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Bikes: 2019 Yamaha Ténéré 700

6 months ago | Words: Yamaha Motor Australia | Photos: Yamaha Motor Australia

Yamaha’s has unveiled their new adventure model, the Ténéré 700, at EICMA (the Milan Motorcycle Show) this week. Here’s the official news from Yamaha Australia…
Now the time has come to re-establish Yamaha as a leading force in the adventure segment with the introduction of the all-new Ténéré 700. Equipped with the successful CP2 689cc parallel-twin engine and a completely new chassis, the lightweight no-compromise adventure bike, Ténéré 700, is designed to deliver class-leading handling and agility in the dirt – combined with high-speed long distance performance on the road – making it extremely capable in Australian conditions.

Key technical features

• High-torque 689cc 4-stroke CP2 parallel-twin engine
• New lightweight double-cradle tubular steel frame
• Slim, compact and ergonomic body and seat

• Aggressive rally-bred face with four LED headlights and two LED position lights
• Adjustable long-travel 43mm upside down forks with 210mm travel
• Remotely adjustable link-type rear suspension with 200mm travel

• Compact rally-style cockpit with tapered handlebars
• 21-inch/18-inch lightweight spoked wheels with adventure tyres
• Slim long-range fuel tank with 16-litre capacity for 350km+ range
• Compact rally-style multi-function instruments

• Switchable ABS for on-the-fly adjustment
• Screen and handguards give good rider protection

Availability & RRPs

The new Ténéré 700 will be available late 2019 at Australian and NZ Yamaha dealers in Ceramic Ice, Competition White and Power Black options. RRP is TBA soon.

Yamaha genuine accessories

Yamaha has developed a full range of genuine accessories that enable customers to build their very own Ténéré 700 with a look, feel and specification. Matching Yamaha adventure apparel will also be available.

For more information, including specifications, visit yamaha-motor.com.au

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