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Yamaha unveils new MT-07 Moto Cage 'Night Fluo'

The MT-07 is set to take after its bigger brother, the MT-10
The MT-07 is set to take after its bigger brother, the MT-10
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Wednesday, 24, Feb 2016 12:56

by Joe Jeffrey

Following in the footsteps of its bigger brother, the MT-10, the MT-07 is set to make a colourful entrance

Hot on the heels of the impending public release of the 2016 MT-10, Yamaha has revealed the MT-07 Moto Cage Night Fluo. The stunt-inspired 700 cc naked sports bike follows suit from the MT10, and comes in the same yellow 'Fluo' paint scheme as can be found on the MT-10 as reported on previously here.

The 2016 MT-07 Moto Cage will follow the same styling of the 2015 model shown at Intermot in 2014, featuring the same 74 hp, EFI parallel-twin CP2 engine, and will come with a host of extras including engine guards, a bash plate, and hand-guards.

With a dry weight of 164 kg, the Moto Cage Night Fluo will also come with radiator guards, plus a 'designer' leather seat, black chassis components and an adjustable headlight shroud.

With fluorescent painted wheels, the 2016 Yamaha MT-07 Moto Cage isn't exactly for the most conservative of riders and will also come with an accessories package that includes a catalytic convertor, exhaust system with titanium muffler, billet clutch and brake levers, rear carrier and side-stand extension kit. The option of including tank and saddle-bags, and other add-ons is also available.

The Yamaha MT-07 Moto Cage Night Fluo will be priced at a competitive £6,299 upon its release which is yet to be announced.

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