Yamaha unveils 2024 MT-09 globally, know features
Yamaha 2024 MT-09: The latest iteration sees a dramatic overhaul in design, cycle components, and features while retaining the unchanged engine, promising a thrilling ride for motorcycle enthusiasts.
Yamaha, the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer, has revealed the much-anticipated 2024 edition of its middle-weight street bike, MT-09, set for international markets.
The latest iteration sees a dramatic overhaul in design, cycle components, and features while retaining the unchanged engine, promising a thrilling ride for motorcycle enthusiasts.
Yamaha 2024 MT-09: Design
2024 MT-09 introduces a radical design, reminiscent of a motorcycle from a science fiction movie. The bike showcases a sleek, petite headlamp, accompanied by low-lying LED daytime running light strips. Its angular and robust fuel tank pairs with a notably compact tail section.
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Enhancing its visual appeal is a new five-inch colour TFT display that offers smartphone connectivity and navigation. The bike's features also include three preset riding modes, two customisable modes, standard cruise control, and self-cancelling turn indicators.
Yamaha 2024 MT-09: Features
Changes in MT-09 primarily revolve around its hardware. The KYB suspension system, both front and rear, has been fine-tuned concerning spring rate and damping. Additionally, new Brembo brakes have been optimised to deliver improved bite and lever feedback.
The motorcycle rides on 17-inch spin-forged aluminium wheels equipped with new Bridgestone Battlax Hypersport S23 tyres. The engine, maintaining its status quo, remains the 890cc, CP3, three-cylinder, liquid-cooled powertrain, generating 117.3bhp at 10,000rpm and a peak torque of 93Nm at 7,000rpm.
Yamaha 2024 MT-09: India Launch
Regarding the bike's availability in India, Yamaha's leadership has indicated an interest in introducing larger bikes to the Indian market.
Although a definite timeline has not been disclosed, it is speculated that MT-07 may be launched first, followed by the introduction of MT-09, likely in the coming year.