FS: 2018 Yamaha MT10 - only 771 miles! - $9,650.00

FS: 2018 Yamaha MT10 - only 771 miles! - $9,650.00 Image

FS: 2018 Yamaha MT10 – JYARN48E4JA002275 –  only 771 miles! – $9,650.00

This aggressive looking Yamaha MT-10 was just purchased new July 2019!   It has less then 800 miles on it and is still under manufacturer warranty until next July 2020   The break in service was performed at Optimum Motorsports, a 3/4 Hindle exhaust was installed and then dyno tuned to optimize its performance.  A few additional goodies like bar-end mirrors and grips.   A couple too many bikes at home right now as priorities shift so this one was brought in to be re homed by SUB.   No damage, no stories, still under factory warranty until July 2020.  Clear WA title, all keys and manuals and service records included.

Here are some press comments;

The MT-10 delivers “fun” by the truckload!

For 2018, Yamaha changed the naming prefix of its USA-based FZ line of models to the globally used MT designation, in order to sync with the rest of the world. So don’t concern yourself, the FZ-10 has not gone away, it has merely been renamed to the MT-10.   The new 2018 Yamaha MT-10 comes fitted with the excellent quickshifter as standard equipment‑it was previously an accessory. Also, the power modes are now numbered. Otherwise, the MT-10 is unchanged from the FZ, and that news comes as a relief to me.

Yes, I could be accused of being a fan of this motorcycle. So, using the Bold New Name excuse, I borrowed one from the Yamaha press fleet and took off to see if I still liked the MT as much as I did last year. Although the answer is a resounding yes, the 2018 Yamaha MT-10 did deliver a couple of mild surprises that I’d forgotten about.    It’s clichéd to say that motorcycles are fun—of course they are. However, the MT-10’s crazy low down power and monster mid-range that rips the bike out of corners—usually with the front wheel in the air—adds a whole other dimension to that saying. So, cliché or not, the MT-10 delivers “fun” by the truckload.   Powering out of corners is a joy and, because the Yamaha MT-10 is so beautifully balanced, the light front wheel isn’t in the least scary. Keep your wits about you though and cover the rear brake if you can—the MT-10 is probably the easiest to wheelie streetbike I’ve ever ridden. If you get a bit grabby with the throttle, the front comes up quick in first gear.

At the end of the day, the 2018 Yamaha MT-10 is an absolutely superb, firmly committed sportbike that happens to have upright, comfortable ergonomics. The MT-10 is so confidence inspiring it is incredibly easy to ride very, very fast. It is so well balanced, it is possibly the easiest to wheelie streetbike I’ve yet ridden. It handles brilliantly through corners fast and slow, and it will smear big broad rubber tire stripes on corner exits if you want.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation fee may be charged
Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook, Instagram and the Web

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FS: 2018 Yamaha MT10 - only 771 miles! - $9,650.00

FS: 2018 Yamaha MT10 - only 771 miles! - $9,650.00 Image

FS: 2018 Yamaha MT10 – JYARN48E4JA002275 –  only 771 miles! – $9,650.00

This aggressive looking Yamaha MT-10 was just purchased new July 2019!   It has less then 800 miles on it and is still under manufacturer warranty until next July 2020   The break in service was performed at Optimum Motorsports, a 3/4 Hindle exhaust was installed and then dyno tuned to optimize its performance.  A few additional goodies like bar-end mirrors and grips.   A couple too many bikes at home right now as priorities shift so this one was brought in to be re homed by SUB.   No damage, no stories, still under factory warranty until July 2020.  Clear WA title, all keys and manuals and service records included.

Here are some press comments;

The MT-10 delivers “fun” by the truckload!

For 2018, Yamaha changed the naming prefix of its USA-based FZ line of models to the globally used MT designation, in order to sync with the rest of the world. So don’t concern yourself, the FZ-10 has not gone away, it has merely been renamed to the MT-10.   The new 2018 Yamaha MT-10 comes fitted with the excellent quickshifter as standard equipment‑it was previously an accessory. Also, the power modes are now numbered. Otherwise, the MT-10 is unchanged from the FZ, and that news comes as a relief to me.

Yes, I could be accused of being a fan of this motorcycle. So, using the Bold New Name excuse, I borrowed one from the Yamaha press fleet and took off to see if I still liked the MT as much as I did last year. Although the answer is a resounding yes, the 2018 Yamaha MT-10 did deliver a couple of mild surprises that I’d forgotten about.    It’s clichéd to say that motorcycles are fun—of course they are. However, the MT-10’s crazy low down power and monster mid-range that rips the bike out of corners—usually with the front wheel in the air—adds a whole other dimension to that saying. So, cliché or not, the MT-10 delivers “fun” by the truckload.   Powering out of corners is a joy and, because the Yamaha MT-10 is so beautifully balanced, the light front wheel isn’t in the least scary. Keep your wits about you though and cover the rear brake if you can—the MT-10 is probably the easiest to wheelie streetbike I’ve ever ridden. If you get a bit grabby with the throttle, the front comes up quick in first gear.

At the end of the day, the 2018 Yamaha MT-10 is an absolutely superb, firmly committed sportbike that happens to have upright, comfortable ergonomics. The MT-10 is so confidence inspiring it is incredibly easy to ride very, very fast. It is so well balanced, it is possibly the easiest to wheelie streetbike I’ve yet ridden. It handles brilliantly through corners fast and slow, and it will smear big broad rubber tire stripes on corner exits if you want.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation fee may be charged
Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook, Instagram and the Web

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