Recently, the renowned automobile manufacturing company has launched its updated middleweight Streetfighter for the year 2019 model. The Manufacturer Company Yamaha has kept the price of the 2019 version of MT-09 at Rs. 10.55 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), which is only Rs. 16,000/- costlier than the previous version of the bike. The Booking of all new Yamaha MT-09 year 2019 models have already started and the delivery is expected to initiate within an upcoming couple of weeks.
New paint schemes and graphics have been provided with a light change in the updated version of Yamaha MT-09. At the same time, there is no alteration have been made to its engine. The 2019 version of Yamaha MT-09 will come with Night Flu way paint options. The Logo of MT-09 will have red-finish on the fuel tank. Instead of a change in color scheme, no other changes are made to its styling or in mechanical parts.
The all-new updated 2019 version of Yamaha MT-09 will come with alien-induced twin-pod LED headlamps, 14-liters of the fuel tank and split seats. The red painted alloy wheels will provide good contrast against the color of the bike.
In terms of engine specification, the updated 2019 version of Yamaha MT-09 will come with in-line three-cylinder, liquid-cooled 847cc engine, which will generate 113 bhp power at 10,000 rpm and 87.5Nm torque at 8500 rpm. The engine will be also equipped with Quick Shift System (QSS) for 6-speed gearbox and fast-up shifts. The 2019 version of Yamaha MT-09 will also comprise of Traction Control System along with ABS. The all-new 2019 model of Yamaha MT-09 will have monoshock unit of 41mm USD forks up and back, which is adjustable in both. In terms of the brake, the updated 2019 version of Yamaha MT-09 will have 295mm dual disc up front and 245mm single disc at the rear. The weight of the bike will be around 193 kilograms.
In Indian Market, the updated 2019 model of Yamaha MT-09 will compete with Triumph Street Triple, Ducati Monster 821, Suzuki GSX-S750 and Kawasaki Z900 bikes. Yamaha is all set to launch its MT-15 bike in India around the end of March this year, in order to increase MT line-ups in the Indian market.