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2020 MT-10SP Hyper Naked now available

Yamaha Motor Australia is pleased to announce the release of the 2020 MT-10SP Hyper Naked. Ride away pricing is $24,349 incl GST. Price and model specifications of the 2020 model are unchanged from MY2019, with the same winning formula retained.
 

MT-10SP features YZF-R1 supersport technology with Öhlins Electronic Racing Suspension (ERS), Thin Film Transistor (TFT) instrumentation, and trick Icon Performance colour to represent the ultimate expression of power, control, and aggression.

The Öhlins electronic suspension is managed by a Suspension Control Unit (SCU), which analyses data from a series of sensors monitoring riding conditions in real time. The SCU calculates the optimal compression and rebound damping settings for the prevailing conditions, and stepping motors instantly make adjustments to suit. By constantly monitoring conditions and adjusting the settings while the bike is moving, the exclusive Öhlins Electronic Racing Suspension (ERS) gives the MT-10SP rider access to one of the most technologically advanced electronic suspension systems.

This flagship of the Hyper Naked segment is equipped with high tech Thin Film Transistor (TFT) instrumentation, enabling the rider to view and digest a wide of range information. The multi-function LCD meter gives a superior high definition display in full colour.

Other features include Yamaha's Quick Shift System for lightning-fast upshifts, D-mode engine map selection, adjustable traction control, assist & slipper clutch, cruise control, lightweight short-wheelbase aluminium Deltabox chassis, and a powerful superbike-derived 998cc four-cylinder cross-plane crank engine.

Model specifications and the full range of features and benefits can be view here https://www.yamaha-motor.com.au/products/motorcycle/road/maximum-torque/mt-10sp

*Pricing quoted is correct at time of publication on 10 June 2020.