PHOTO: Yamaha’s new motorcycle Tenere 700 Extreme unveiled, will get these features

New Delhi : Japanese company manufacturing and selling two-wheelers in India Yamaha Has launched its new motorcycle Tenere 700 Extreme Off-Road Bike The curtain has been raised from. It is being said in media reports that it will soon be available for sale in global markets. The company introduced this motorcycle for the first time in 2019. Now the company has unveiled the off-road edition of Tennere. It is called the Tenere 700 Extreme and it comes with several mechanical upgrades, making it more robust than the standard edition. Let us tell you that Yamaha will not launch this new motorcycle in India.

Design of Tenere 700 Extreme

For better suspension, Kashima coating has been given in the KYB front fork of the bike, while an adjustable KYB monoshock unit is available in the rear. The seat height of the Tenere 700 Extreme is the highest in the lineup at 910mm, while the ground clearance of 260mm helps it overcome even the biggest obstacles. The Ténéré 700 Extreme comes with an enduro-style front fender with titanium footpegs, an aluminum radiator protector and a flat, one-piece seat.

Features of Tenere 700 Extreme

Apart from this, the latest bike also gets a 5-inch full-color TFT display, which includes a rally-style display with navigation. To protect against dirt and mud, a separate mudguard is provided in the fender, while aluminum spoke wheels are available with gold anodized finish.

engine of tenere 700 extreme

The Tenere 700 Extreme is powered by a 689cc, CP2, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine with a crossplane crankshaft, which is the same as the other Tenere 700 models. This powertrain will be capable of producing 73.4hp power and 68Nm torque. It is installed on a double-cradle, steel tube frame.

tenere 700 extreme price

Yamaha’s new motorcycle Tenere 700 Extreme will be available in European markets first. After this, it is expected to be launched in the Indian market next year at a price between Rs 8-9 lakh. However, some reports also suggest that the automaker will not sell this motorcycle in India.