Yamaha motorcycle lineup 2021

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The 2021 Yamaha Motorcycle Lineup + Our Take On Each Model

Team Blue comes into 2021 with some awesome new bikes, some updated bikes, some hopes dashed with rumored machines I do not see offered and some old favorites that are no more.

This year sees a new MT-09, but not the MT-10 that’s been rumored.

The adventure bike crowd should be excited to check out the all-new Tenere 700. While the Tracer 9 GT gives Yamaha an excellent offering for those liking hard bags but more pavement time.

Yes, it is sad to see the VMax is no more, but this just means more space for future legends for Yamaha.

Check out the 2021 Yamaha Lineup!


2021 Yamaha YZF-R1/ R1M

2021 Yamaha YZF-R1/ R1M

Unchanged from the 2020 model, the R1 and the Carbon Fibre wrapped R1M lead the Yamaha Super Sport offerings.

Key differences between R1M and R1

  • Premium Öhlins Electronic Racing Suspension (ERS)
  • Communication Control Unit (CCU) – Datalogger & vehicle info via Wi-Fi (standard equipment)
  • Wider 200 series rear tire (200/55ZR17)
  • Carbon fibre bodywork

Available Colors: Metallic Black, Yamaha Racing Blue, Carbon Fibre (R1M),

MSRP R1: $17,399 USD / $21,999 CAD

MSRP R1M: $26,099 USD / $28,599 CAD

2021 Yamaha YZF-R3

2021 YZF-R3 Electric Teal

Basically the same as 2020, ABS is standard for 2021 and Electric Teal is a fresh color option. The R-3 continues to be a dominant choice among the small displacement sport bikes.

Available Colors: Matte Black, Yamaha Racing Blue, Electric Teal

MSRP: $5,299 USD / $6,299 CAD


2021 Yamaha MT-10

2021 Yamaha MT-10

It appears the much rumored updated MT-10 has not yet happened. There does not appear to be anything new for the 2021 MT-10.

Available Colors: Tech Black, Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP: $12,999 USD / $16,299 CAD

2021 Yamaha MT-09 / MT-09SP

2021 Yamaha MT-09 / MT-09SP

Completely new for 2021, Yamaha has provided 2 versions of the MT-09. Featuring a new EU5-compliant 889 cc CP3 engine, up 4 hp from last year. An all-new aluminum frame is stiffer and lighter, helping the bike shed 4kg overall. All new electronic rider aids, including quick shifting and rider selectable modes.

The SP edition arrives with a sinister darked-out look along with a premium KYB and Öhlins suspension, and electronic cruise control. The SP looks to be an excellent value.

Available Colors: Tech Black, Yamaha Racing Blue, Ice Fluo, Raven Liquid Metal (SP)

MSRP MT-09: $9,399 USD / $10,799 CAD

MSRP MT-09SP: $10,999 USD / $13,999 CAD

2021 Yamaha MT-07

2021 Yamaha MT-07

Updated for 2021, the popular MT-07 receives new bodywork, new 298mm front brakes, and engine changes to become Euro 5 compliant.

The new LED headlight assembly keeps the family resemblance in check. A new wider handlebar helps fit a wider range of rider sizes. Overall the 2021 MT-07 and its 49 ft-lbs of torque make for an excellent package.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP MT-07: $7,699 USD / $8,799 CAD

2021 Yamaha MT-03

2021 Yamaha MT-03

No significant changes were made for the 2021 model. The 321cc MT-03 is an excellent small-displacement naked bike, fully living up to the MT family style.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP MT-03: $4,599 USD / $5,899 CAD


2021 Yamaha XSR900

2021 Yamaha XSR900

Old school cool naked, the XSR900 carries on unchanged from 2020. Hopefully, the changes to the MT-09 will trickle onto the XSR900.

Available Colors: Radical White

MSRP XSR900: $9,499 USD / $11,299 CAD

2021 Yamaha XSR700

2021 Yamaha XSR700

So much swagger, the XSR700 delivers retro styling on the modern platform. Unchanged from 2020.

Available Colors: Radical White

MSRP XSR700: $8,499 USD / $9,699 CAD

2021 Yamaha V-Star 250

2021 Yamaha V-Star 250

Yamaha’s small Cruiser is back for 2021 but only gets a color change.

Available Colors: Raven

MSRP V-Star 250: $4,499 USD / $5,299 CAD

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    2021 Yamaha Bolt R-Spec

    2021 Yamaha Bolt R-Spec

    Only the Bolt R-Spec carries on into 2021. Now blacked out, The Bolt R Spec is stripped down with minimal chrome, epitomizing the “Urban Performance Bobber” look. The compact chassis proudly showcases the 58 cubic inch (942cc), air-cooled, 60° V-twin sitting at the heart of the bike.

    Available Colors: Raven

    MSRP Bolt R-Spec: $8,499 USD / $9,699 CAD


2021 Yamaha Star Venture TC

2021 Yamaha Star Venture TC

For 2021 the Star Venture comes one way, fully loaded Transcontinental version is the standard. Otherwise unchanged from 2020.

Available Colors: Intensity White, Impact Blue

MSRP Star Venture TC: $26,999 USD / $32,299 CAD


2021 Yamaha Super Tenere ES

2021 Yamaha Super Tenere ES

No apparent changes for the highly capable Super Tenere ES for 2021, just a new color.

Available Colors: Tech Black

MSRP Super Tenere ES: $16,299 USD / $18,599 CAD

2021 Yamaha Tenere 700

2021 Yamaha Tenere 700

New for 2021, Yamaha brings out an all-new adventure bike.

The Ténéré 700™ features a fuel-injected, 689cc liquid-cooled, inline twin-cylinder engine derived from Yamaha’s award-winning MT-07®. This compact powerplant features an ideal power delivery for adventure riding, for tractable and controllable power in every riding condition.

Available Colors: White-Tan, Blue. Matte Black

MSRP Tenere 700: $9,999 USD / $12,399 CAD


2021 Yamaha FJR1300ES

2021 Yamaha FJR1300ES

Around for another year, the FJR1300ES gets no notable updates. Hard to change what keeps working so well.

Available Colors: Liquid Graphite

MSRP FJR1300ES: $17,999 USD / $19,799 CAD

2021 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT

2021 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT

All-new for 2021, the Tracer 9 GT looks to be a compelling sport-touring bike.

All-New 890cc Liquid-Cooled 3-Cylinder DOHC Fuel-Injected Engine. New Lightweight Aluminum Frame. KYB Electronically Controlled Suspension and a newly developed 6-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU).

The GT comes in 11 lbs heavier than the outgoing model, but with all the new tech this is a small concern.

Available Colors: Liquid Metal, Redline

MSRP Tracer 9 GT: $14,899 USD / $16,999 CAD


2021 Yamaha YZ450F

2021 Yamaha YZ450F

After the big updates last year, the YZ450F is unchanged for 2021. That’s a good thing, Yamaha’s flagship motocross bike is very good as is.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue, Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Edition

MSRP YZ450F: $9,399 USD / $10,599 CAD

2021 Yamaha YZ250F

2021 Yamaha YZ250F

Big updates for 2021. Significant engine updates made to the cylinder head, exhaust camshaft, and intake boot provide more peak power. Overall the engine is improved compared to last year.

The chassis components that are new for 2021 include the frame, engine mounts, top triple clamp, and the suspension settings having been updated to match.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue, Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Edition

MSRP YZ250F: $8,299 USD / $9,699 CAD

2021 Yamaha YZ250

2021 Yamaha YZ250

Pure performance and full‑throttle adrenaline are what you get from this lightweight and reliable 2‑stroke moto machine.

Unchanged from 2020.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP YZ250: $7,499 USD / $8,299 CAD

2021 Yamaha YZ125

2021 Yamaha YZ125

A pure motocross machine, the light and nimble YZ125 is the perfect choice for riders stepping up from the 85cc class.

Unchanged from 2020.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP YZ125: $6,599 USD / $7,599 CAD

2021 Yamaha YZ85

2021 Yamaha YZ85

No notable changes for 2021.

The YZ85 continues to be an excellent two stroke for up and coming riders to perfect their skills.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP YZ85: $4,699 USD / $6,099 CAD

2021 Yamaha YZ65

2021 Yamaha YZ65

No notable changes for 2021.

The 65cc two-stroke engine features the legendary Yamaha Power Valve System (YPVS), a mechanical power valve system that delivers a broad spread of power and torque across the entire RPM range.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP YZ65: $4,599 USD / $5,599 CAD


2021 Yamaha WR450F

2021 Yamaha WR450F

Improved for 2021, the engine features a new combustion chamber geometry with steeper valve angles, more aggressive cam profiles, a higher compression piston with low friction rings, longer connection rod, a larger exhaust head pipe connector, a high flow air filter, more efficient breather system and more work together to give WR450F riders a broad spread of useable thrust with expanded high-rpm power.

Yamaha’s aluminum frame features all-new flex characteristics that give riders the ultimate combination of precise cornering performance, traction and bump stability.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP WR450F: $9,799 USD / $11,199 CAD

2021 Yamaha YZ450FX

2021 Yamaha YZ450F

Updated for 2021 the YZ450FX™ is developed from Yamaha’s flagship motocross model—the YZ450F—with many added features and unique settings including:

  • All-New Cylinder Head
  • Revised Bilateral Beam Frame
  • Updated Suspension Tuning
  • New Braking Systems

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP YZ450FX: $9,699 USD / $10,899 CAD

2021 Yamaha WR250F

2021 Yamaha WR250F

No notable changes for 2021.

The WR250F™ builds on Yamaha’s exceptional motocross race platforms—the YZ250F™—with added features and unique settings designed to optimize the WR® for enduro riding.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP WR250F: $8,599 USD / $10,199 CAD

2021 Yamaha YZ250FX

2021 Yamaha YZ250FX

No notable changes for 2021.

This Cross Country racer has all the features to win including the smartphone Power Tuner app that adjusts the bike’s settings to fit your style and the track.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP YZ250FX: $8,499 USD / $9,799 CAD

2021 Yamaha YZ250X

2021 Yamaha YZ250X

No notable changes for 2021.

Engineered with all the reliability and durability you’ve come to expect from Yamaha, this 2‑stroke was born to win Cross Country races.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP YZ250X: $7,599 USD / $8,499 CAD

2021 Yamaha YZ125X

2021 Yamaha YZ125X

No notable changes for 2021.

The perfect step up to a full‑size Cross Country machine, this lightweight 2‑stroke is the pinnacle of performance on the race course.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP YZ125X: $6,699 USD / $7,799 CAD


2021 Yamaha TT-R230

2021 Yamaha TT-R230

No notable changes for 2021.

Low maintenance and simple, this lightweight trail bike delivers decades of proven performance.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP TT-R230: $4,449 USD / $5,099 CAD

2021 Yamaha TT-R125LE

2021 Yamaha TT-R125

No notable changes for 2021.

Big fun for the whole family, the YZ-styled, four-stroke-powered TT-R125LE begs to be ridden by everyone from bigger kids to adults.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP TT-R125: $3,349 USD / $4,299 CAD

2021 Yamaha TT-R110E

2021 Yamaha TT-R110E

No notable changes for 2021.

The bike that produces big fun for both young and old riders and everyone in between.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP TT-R110E: $2,299 USD / $2,999 CAD

2021 Yamaha TT-R50E

2021 Yamaha TT-R50E

No notable changes for 2021.

The push‑button electric start and three‑speed automatic transmission make this the perfect bike for learning.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP TT-R50E: $1,699 USD / $1,899 CAD

2021 Yamaha PW50

2021 Yamaha PW50

No notable changes for 2021.

Features like the adjustable throttle and fully automatic transmission ensure a first riding experience that’s filled with smiles.

Available Colors: Yamaha Racing Blue

MSRP PW50: $1,649 USD / $1,799 CAD


2021 Yamaha XT250

2021 Yamaha XT250

No notable changes for 2021.

With electric start and a low seat height, the light, nimble and reliable XT250 is built to go wherever you go. On‑ or off‑road.

Available Colors: Radical Grey

MSRP XT250: $5,199 USD / $5,499 CAD

2021 Yamaha TW200

2021 Yamaha TW200

No notable changes for 2021.

Adaptable and comfortable with fat tires, a low seat and a smooth ride make it a practical do‑it‑all, dual purpose machine.

Available Colors: Metallic Black

MSRP TW200: $4,699 USD / $5,399 CAD


2021 Yamaha XMAX

Yamaha’s XMAX sport scooter has been updated for 2021. While the updates aren’t ground-breaking, any improvement is an improvement nonetheless! For 2021, the XMAX receives an updated engine that’s not Euro5 compliant and some minor cosmetic updates. The engine itself is a 292 cc liquid-cooled single that makes 27.6 horsepower, connected to a CVT automatic gearbox.

Other top-notch features include traction control, ABS, LED lighting, a charging port, keyless ignition, and more. It might be easy to simply dismiss the XMAX as another scooter but it really does offer a comfortable and practical ride experience, that’s both fuel-efficient and performance-focused.

For 2021, the XMAX is available exclusively in Matte Midnight Blue.

MSRP: $5,699USD

2021 Yamaha Zuma 125

Yamaha’s small-capacity urban run-around is back for 2021 with a few minor updates. While it’s a budget-focused mobility solution, the Zuma 125 has plenty of character to keep riders interested, and an impressive selection of premium features to make riders comfortable too.

The heart of this little step-through is a 125cc four-stroke engine that produces around 8 horsepower, which is plenty of power for lightweight city riding. The engine is connected to a hassle-free automatic transmission and sits in a strong but lightweight frame that rolls on aluminum wheels and tough suspension. It’s practical, economical, and surprising fun to ride!

For 2021, the Zuma is available in Ultramarine Blue or Matte Black

MSRP: $3,599USD

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2021 Yamaha MT-09

2021 Yamaha MT-09

Introducing the new 2021 Yamaha Motorcycle Guide.

New Bike Reviews, Huge Photos, Full Specifications. Get it all at Total Motorcycle with the 2021 Yamaha Motorcycle Guide.


– 2021 Yamaha YZF-R1M

– 2021 Yamaha YZF-R1

– 2021 Yamaha YZF-R3 Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition – (USA)

– 2021 Yamaha YZF-R3


– 2021 Yamaha MT-10

– 2021 Yamaha MT-09 SP – New model

– 2021 Yamaha MT-09 – New model

– 2021 Yamaha MT-07

– 2021 Yamaha MT-03

Sport Heritage

– 2021 Yamaha XSR900

– 2021 Yamaha XSR700

Supersport Touring

– 2021 Yamaha FJR1300ES

– 2021 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT – New model

– 2021 Yamaha Tracer 9 – New model (Europe)

– 2021 Yamaha Tracer 7 GT^ – New model (Europe)

– 2021 Yamaha Tracer 7 – New model (Europe)

Cruisers / Touring

– 2021 Yamaha Star Venture

– 2021 Yamaha Bolt R-Spec

– 2021 Yamaha V-Star 250

Adventure Touring / Dual Sport

– 2021 Yamaha Super Tenere ES

– 2021 Yamaha Tenere 700 Rally Edition* – New model

– 2021 Yamaha Tenere 700

– 2021 Yamaha XT250

– 2021 Yamaha TW200


– 2021 Yamaha XMAX

– 2021 Yamaha Zuma 125 (USA)

– 2021 Yamaha BWs 125 (Canada)


– 2021 Yamaha YZ450F Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Edition – New model

– 2021 Yamaha YZ450F

– 2021 Yamaha YZ250F Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Edition – New model

– 2021 Yamaha YZ250F – New model

– 2021 Yamaha YZ250

– 2021 Yamaha YZ125

– 2021 Yamaha YZ85

– 2021 Yamaha YZ65

Off-Road Competition / Cross Country

– 2021 Yamaha WR450F – New model

– 2021 Yamaha WR250F

– 2021 Yamaha YZ450FX – New model

– 2021 Yamaha YZ250FX

– 2021 Yamaha YZ250X

– 2021 Yamaha YZ125X

Off-Road Recreation

– 2021 Yamaha TT-R230

– 2021 Yamaha TT-R125LE

– 2021 Yamaha TT-R110E

– 2021 Yamaha TT-R50E

– 2021 Yamaha PW50


– 2020 Yamaha TY-E Electric Trials Bike – Preview

Possible Discounted Yamaha Models for 2021

– 2021 Yamaha VMAX

– 2021 Yamaha YZF-R6

– 2021 Yamaha Star Eluder

– 2021 Yamaha Bolt

– 2021 Yamaha Zuma 50F (USA)

– 2021 Yamaha SMAX

– 2021 Yamaha WR250R

– 2021 Yamaha Tracer 900GT

– 2021 Yamaha Tracer 900 (Canada)

– 2021 Yamaha NIKEN GT

– 2021 Yamaha NIKEN

* Waiting on USA and Canada Specs. ^ Waiting on UK specs

From the Manufacturer: 2021 Yamaha Motorcycle Guide

2020 Ténéré 700 Rally Edition

Launched in 2019, the Ténéré 700 is the result of an intense development program that involved some of the world’s leading rally raid riders testing and evaluating the prototypes in a wide range of terrain all over the world.

With its compact and agile chassis as well as a characterful and torque-rich 689cc CP2 engine, this best-selling middleweight adventure bike has the ability to deliver thrilling off road performance together with exceptional long distance comfort on the highway.

Proudly assembled in France by a dedicated workforce alongside the Ténéré 700, the new Ténéré 700 Rally Edition features a special blue and yellow livery that pays homage to the Yamaha race bikes ridden by Jean-Claude Olivier (JCO) and Serge Bacou in the ’83 and ’84 editions of the Dakar rally.

Yamaha lovers will recognize the iconic design of the XT600Z from 1983.

Black Yamaha speedblock graphics reinforce the historic look, making this an authentic tribute to the men and their machines that inspired so many riders to travel beyond the next horizon in their search for new adventures and lasting memories. The Ténéré 700 Rally Edition is coming with exclusive accessories making it even better for off-road riding.

Manufacturer Websites – 2021 Yamaha Motorcycle Guide

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hough Yamaha is usually best known for its relatively recent (ultra)conservative approach to innovation, 2021’s Euro 5 emission standards forced Team Blue to make some hard decisions about its lineup. In November, 2020, Yamaha confirmed all the returning models to its street lineup (aside from the new-generation and updated bikes) and that’s when we learned that some of its iconic models wouldn’t carry over in the new year.  

Though we had to say goodbye to the YXF-R6 and the VMAX (at least for now), we also got to make new friends. Yamaha introduced a slew of new and updated bikes we can look forward to in 2021 and which will hopefully fill a bit of the void left by the ones that were left behind. Here’s a look at everything new in Yamaha’s 2021 motorcycle lineup.  

Yamaha MT-07 

October and November were busy months for Yamaha. The company crammed most of its new and updated models launches in the span of a few weeks. The 2021 Yamaha MT-07 is one of the models in the lineup that received the most modest updates—the goal was simply to be able to keep selling the bike under the new emissions regulations.  

Yamaha took the opportunity to refresh the design, adding the LED projector headlight found on the MT-03 and MT-09 as well as LED lighting at all four corners. The air curtains are now integrated into the fuel tank’s design and the exhaust features 2-into-1 piping that ends on a short, low-set muffler. Yamaha also tweaked the ECU for a “more linear power delivery and a smoother curve”. 

The braking hardware was also upgraded and now features two 298mm discs with two four-piston calipers in the front and a 245mm disc with a single-piston caliper at the back. The changes added three pounds to the MT’s wet weight for a total of 406 pounds.  

Pricing for the 2021 Yamaha MT-07 starts at $7,699 and the bike is going to be available in January, 2021. 

Yamaha MT-09 

On the opposite end of the upgrade spectrum we find the new MT-09, a bike that received a signification number of upgrades for 2021. The most exciting of upgrade on the list is the bike’s new, more powerful engine. The new model-year now runs on an 890cc inline-triple—up from 847cc—and produces 117 horsepower at 10,000 rpm and 68.6 lb-ft of torque at 7,000 rpm.  

In addition to the displacement and power boost, the 09 gets a fresh new look with the LED projector, fuel tank-integrated air ducts, a lightweight aluminum frame, new alloy wheels, and high-rigidity swingarm. The wheelbase is now slightly shorter and the ground clearance is higher. The bike also shed eight pounds in the process.  

The 2021 model-year also gets a ride-by-wire Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle (YCC-T) and an Accelerator Position Sensor Grip (APSG) borrowed from the R1 but tuned specifically for the MT. Yamaha also claims that the new bike is the first naked sportbike to feature a high-tech 6-axis IMU that manages the lean-angle sensitive traction control system, slide control system, lift control system, and brake control system.  

The 2021 Yamaha MT-09 will be available in January, 2021 and pricing starts at $9,399 for the entry-level model and at $10,199 for the MT-09 SP with KYB and Öhlins suspension upgrade.  

Yamaha Tracer 7 GT 

We’re still hoping to see the MT-07's sport-touring counterpart—namely the Tracer 7 GT—eventually make its way to the U.S. 2021 won’t be the year as confirmed by the folks over at Yamaha Motor U.S.A.  

The mid-size sport-tourer available in Europe received similar updated to the MT-07, including a change in branding. Previously referred to as the Tracer 700, the bike dropped the two zeroes and went single-digit. The bike thoroughly revised in 2019 carries over vastly unchanged. It does, however, gain a GT trim level for 2021 which includes a set of side cases, an adjustable touring windscreen, and a comfort seat with different density foam and dual-material skin.  

Pricing and availability in Europe have yet to be confirmed.   

Yamaha Tracer 9 GT 

We might not have the mid-size Tracer in the U.S. but we do have its big brother the 900, now available with the same engine upgrade as the MT-09. Just like the 700, the Tracer 900 dropped the triple-digit convention and became the Tracer 9 GT for 2021.  

The new Tracer now runs on an 890cc inline-triple rated at 117 horsepower and 68.6 lb-ft of torque (like the MT). It also received a thinner aluminum frame, “the thinnest sections ever on a Yamaha die-cast aluminum frame” according to Yamaha, a bigger fuel tank now with five-gallon capacity, LED lighting, ride-by-wire throttle, three riding modes, and cornering lights.  

Yamaha says that the Tracer’s fuel economy rating hovers around the 49 mpg mark. The new-gen sport-tourer tips the scales at 485 pounds—an eleven pounds increase over the 900. 

Pricing for the new 2021 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT starts at $14,899.  

Yamaha WR450F 

In early September, 2020, Yamaha unveiled the updated 2021 WR450F dirt bike. Changes to the road-legal, cross-country flagship include a new aluminum bilateral beam frame with improved wall thicknesses and flex characteristics, a redesigned, more compact cylinder head, a steeper valve angle, and tweaked suspension settings for improved the handling. The WR450F also received new brake hardware to give riders more control over the bike’s performance. Also new for 2021 is the Multi-Function Enduro Meter that features two display modes; standard and racing.  

From a performance standpoint, the 449cc single is otherwise unchanged and remains paired with an electric starter and a five-speed transmission.  

The 2021 Yamaha WR450F is priced at $9,799 and is now available in the Yamaha showrooms.  

Yamaha XMAX 

Yamaha’s alphabetical scooter lineup was fully updated for 2021 with varying degrees of modifications to make the vehicles Euro 5-compliant. Though the U.S. lineup doesn’t offer the same variety as the European one, which means we won’t get the updated NMAX and TMAX maxi scooters stateside, we will however get the XMAX update.  

The 292cc single carries over unchanged but now meets the new European standards—which likely has something to do with the exhaust system, though Yamaha doesn’t give the specifics. It also features LED lighting at both ends, keyless ignition traction control, ABS, and an under-seat storage compartment big enough for two full-face helmets.  

The 2021 Yamaha XMAX will be available in April, 2021, and pricing is set at $5,699.  

Yamaha YZF-R3 Monster Energy MotoGP Edition

The Yamaha R3 was thoroughly upgraded for 2019 which means that it remains untouched for 2021. To keep things interesting, Yamaha decided instead to add an R3 clad in a racing-inspired livery to its selection. What better way to get racing enthusiasts interested than to give them a bike that looks like the one Rossi races in MotoGP?  

Under the pretty skin, the bike is the same as the base R3, yet the special livery adds $300 to the bill. The 2021 Yamaha YZF-R3 Monster Energy MotoGP Edition is priced at $5,599. 

Sours: https://www.rideapart.com/motorcycle-lists/2021-yamaha-motorcycle-lineup-overview/

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