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Motorcycles2021 Yamaha Ténéré 700: Everything We Know

18:50  17 may  2019
18:50  17 may  2019 Source:   rideapart.com

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At the 2018 EICMA, Yamaha announced the introduction of the all-new Ténéré 700 , a mid-range adventure bike with all the tools to become a dual-purpose sensation. The baby Ténéré is going to fill a gaping hole within the Yamaha lineup. Until now, aside from the actual motocross lineup, the only

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If Yamaha played its cards well, this could be one of the best ADVs out there.

Yamaha had a few things to show the world at EICMA in 2018. The all-new Niken GT—the travel-friendly edition of the three-wheel Niken introduced in 2017—shared the stage with the new-generation YZF-R3 and a special edition XSR700 XT500.  The most interesting model the brand had to show, however, was the brand-new Ténéré 700. Its biggest flaw? It won’t be available in North America until next year. The Europeans always have all the fun.

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The Tenere 700 does indeed sound impressive, however, the fact we have to wait so long in the U . S . while the rest of the world gets the machine a year before could mean Yamaha USA will exhaust the last of the enthusiasm for the machine before it arrives. This is a machine that, on paper, should

2021 Yamaha Ténéré 700 . This is the model everyone wanted to see during Yamaha ’s presentation ahead of EICMA. The bike will come out in 2019 for Europe— us poor North Americans will have to wait for model-year 2020 to see the Ténéré 700 join the ranks.

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The baby Ténéré is going to fill a gaping hole within the Yamaha lineup. Until now, aside from the actual motocross lineup, the only other model from the blue family to have moderate off-roading pretense has been the Super Ténéré. With its top heavy, jacked up profile and 1,200cc mill, it isn’t the most accessible bike around. The smaller Ténéré 700 is going to offer a great entry-level option, a bit like the NC750X at Honda’s or the V-Strom 650 at Suzuki’s. Smaller, lighter, more affordable.

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2021 Yamaha Ténéré 700 First Look with Video. In the world of adventure touring bikes, the trend is going towards the mid-range. This is observed from the middleweight focus of many OEMs, including Triumph with its 800s, Ducati with its 950s, and BMW with its 850s. Yamaha doesn’t want to be left out.

The engine used in the new mid-range ADV is the same as the one found at the core of the MT-07; a 689-cc DOHC parallel-twin with a 270-degree crank, a layout inspired by Yamaha’s Dakar champion, the former XTZ750. The engine has been designed to provide optimal low and mid-range torque, ideal for off-roading situations. According to early opinions on the model, it sounds like Yamaha delivered on that promise.

2021 Yamaha Ténéré 700: Everything We Know© RideApart.com Yamaha Ténéré 700

The mill is teamed with a six-speed stacked transmission, which contributes to keeping the engine block compact and lightweight. In fact, compared to the Super Ténéré’s healthy 584 lb, the 700 tips the scale at a relatively tiny 450 lb, making it one of the lightest ADVs on the market.

The Ténéré is built on an entirely new chassis based on a tubular steel frame with a short 62.6-inch footprint and a ground clearance of close to 10 inches. The gas tank offers a decent 4.2 gallon capacity. Contrarily to other ADVs currently on the market, Yamaha has designed the Ténéré with a slimmed down silhouette to make it easy to get anywhere, even through tights passes.

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2021 Yamaha Ténéré 700 . This is the model everyone wanted to see during Yamaha ’s presentation ahead of EICMA. The bike will come out in 2019 for Europe— us poor North Americans will have to wait for model-year 2020 to see the Ténéré 700 join the ranks.

2021 Yamaha Ténéré 700 . This is the model everyone wanted to see during Yamaha ’s presentation ahead of EICMA. The bike will come out in 2019 for Europe— us poor North Americans will have to wait for model-year 2020 to see the Ténéré 700 join the ranks.

While the dimensions of the 700 are smaller than its 1,200cc counterpart, seight height remains pretty high at 34.6 inches—which is 0.3 inches higher than the Super Ténéré’s highest setting. While this might be a daunting height to handle for some rider, this also means that combined with its lightweight, the Ténéré has the potential to become a truly good and versatile dual-purpose model.

Support is provided by a 43mm inverted fork at the front with 8.3-inch travel and an adjustable single shock at the back. The 21-inch wheel at the front is teamed with a pair of 11-inch Brembo discs at the front while the 18-inch wheel at the back is fitted with a 9.6-inch disc. The ABS comes standard but can be manually switched off to allow a bit of wheel spin.

Now if only Yamaha could bring it on this side of the pond sooner rather than later! On this continent, the new Yamaha Ténéré 700 will launch as a 2021 model. While European pricing has been announced, the price tag in USD remains to be confirmed. If our bit of math has any value to it and that pricing truly ends up being in the $10k, the Ténéré has every chance to become an aggressive competitor on the market, and likely the best offering in the segment.

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