Yamaha has taken the wraps off its sport-tourer Tracer 700 motorcycle for 2020, at the #EICMA 2019.
Excited as hell, Yamaha is eyeing the favorable European market for its sport-tourer motorcycle. Team Blue has redesigned and revealed the 2020 Tracer 700, that complies with the Euro 5 emission standards, which are set to kick in 2021.
The new 2020 Tracer 700 gets an aggressive headlight cowl, which bears a striking resemblance with the YZF-R1 family, features the ‘slant-eye’LED and a half-fairing. The latest motorcycle gets a combination of additional wind protection and a refined style that makes the difference in this year’s model.
Powering the sport-tourer is a Euro 5 compliant 689cc, parallel-twin CP2 engine that optimizes the air intake, ignition settings, fuel injection and exhaust system. Other features that make it to the 2020 model are:
- Adjustable front and rear suspension
- Aerodynamic screen with single-handed adjustment
- Contoured dual seat for rider and passenger comfort
- Negative LCD instruments
- Compact LED flashers, integrated in handguards
- Windscreen with 60mm of adjustability
The new year model is one of the lightest in its segment, has a curb weight of 196kgs and a wheelbase extension of 57inches, which help in a smooth grip and enjoyable ride. In terms of comfort and control of the tourer, the motorcycle come equipped with preload and damping adjustable 41mm front forks and rear monoshock.
The 2020 Tracer 700 comes with a 17-liter tank and contoured seat, that helps it to travel to longer distances. Appealing to urban commuters and to those who love roaming on the weekends, the new motorcycle will be available in Icon Grey, Sonic Grey, and Phantom Blue colors, as options.