It’s a new year and for anyone who’s looking to purchasing a Yamaha MT-10, know that the price has been increased £800.
With a £800 price hike, a basic Mt-10 will set you back £10,799 instead of £9,999. On the bright side, there’s a reason for the price increase as new owners will get the A&S clutch and Quick Shifter System as standard.
A quick shifter is one of the more popular upgrades a track rider will make. With it, riders will no longer need to touch either the clutch or throttle to change up a gear. All you’ll need to do whilst speeding down a straight is to simply click up with your foot and the quick shifter will handle the rest with minimal fuss.
The quick shifter, ABS and traction control combo is becoming standard equipment on some of today’s sportier offerings including the BMW S1000RR. But at £13,950 each, the MT-10 is proving to be the better deal of the two.
What does everyone think of this price hike?