Yamaha MT-03

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Expected Price

 2,80,000 -  3,00,000

Expected launch date

February 2018

Yamaha MT-03 is not launched in India yet.

Information on this page is tentative.

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About MT-03

The Yamaha MT-03 is the streetfighter version of YZF-R3 supersports motorcycle and is the fourth model in the MT range. A compact and easy to use motorcycle, the MT-03 will lock horns with the likes of the Kawasaki Z250, Benelli TNT 300 and the KTM Duke 390.
 
The headlamp, sculpted fuel tank and the air intakes of the MT-25 have been designed along the lines of bigger MT motorcycles. The exposed parallel-twin engine and the semi-trellis steel frame emphasise the motorcycle’s hooligan character. A majority of its components from the rear section, suspension, brakes and the exhaust have been shared with the R3.
 
The MT-03 is powered by the same 321cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine from its fully-faired counterpart. Delivering 35bhp and 22Nm of torque, the engine is mated to a six-speed transmission. At 168 kilograms (wet), the MT-03 is just one kilogram lighter than the R3, which means that both the siblings should be on par in terms of performance, though better aerodynamics should help R3 achieve a higher top speed.
 
The Yamaha MT-03 will be available in two colours – race blu and midnight black. We can expect it to retail in the Rs 2.8 lakh to Rs 3.0 lakh price bracket.

Yamaha MT-03 News

  • Top 5 made-in-India motorcycles of 2017
    Top 5 made-in-India motorcycles of 2017
    01 January 2017
    Charles Pennefather

    Another year, another set of motorcycles to look forward to. Luckily for us, some of these are motorcycles that will have a great combination of desirability and affordability. We list the motorcycles that you should start saving up for in 2017.

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  • Yamaha MT-03 spied testing in India
    Yamaha MT-03 spied testing in India
    17 November 2016
    BikeWale Team

    The Yamaha MT-03 has been spotted testing in India. However, the exhaust of the test mule is different from the ones sold in Europe, hinting that Yamaha might be working on making the MT-03 BS IV-compliant.

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