Yamaha MT-125 is an entry-level naked streetfighter motorcycle from the Japanese brand. It is the smallest bike from Yamaha’s MT lineup. This stylish streetfighter bike has been recently updated with new paint schemes. Here you can check the MT-125 price in India, specs, mileage, top speed, & images
2021 Yamaha MT-125 Price in India, Specs, Mileage, & Top Speed
Colors & Images
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|Colours||1. Storm Fluo|
2. Icon Blue
3. Tech Black
- Aggressive Streetfighter Design
- Lightweight Body
- Compact Chassis
- Powerful Fuel Injected Engine Variable Valve Actuation
- Assist and Slipper Clutch
- Upside Front Forks
- Aluminum Swingarm
- Large Front Disc Brake Diameter
- Radial Mounted Calipers
- Dual-Channel ABS
- Full LED Headlamps
- Dual Slant Position Lights
- Negative LCD Console
- Tubeless Tyres
Pros & Cons
- Stylish Aggressive Design
- Lightweight Chassis
- Powerful Engine
- Slipper Clutch
- 6-Speed Transmission
- USD Forks
- Wide Rear Tyres
- LED Headlights
- Fully Digital Instruments Console
- Available in Limited Number Of Countries
- Stiffer Suspension Setup
- SOHC Engine
- Delayed Launch
Yamaha MT-125 Specifications
Engine & Transmission
|Engine||Fuel-Injected, Liquid-Cooled, 4-Stroke, SOHC,|
|No. Of Cylinder||1|
|Bore x Stroke||52.0 mm x 58.6 mm|
|Fuel Supply||Electronic Fuel Injection|
|Cooling technology||Liquid Cooloing with Radiator Fan|
|Starting System||TCI Digital Ignition|
|Transmission||6-Speed, Constant Mesh, Manual Gearbox,|
|Clutch||Assist & Slipper, Wet, multiple-disc coil spring|
Performance & Mileage
|Maximum Power||15 PS @ 9,000 rpm|
|Peak Torque||11.5 Nm @ 8,000 rpm|
|Top Speed||MT-125 top speed is around 128 km/h|
|0-100 km/h||14.0 sec Approx.|
Chassis & Suspension
|Chassis||Steel Deltabox Frame|
|Front Suspension||41 mm Up-Side Down Telescopic Forks|
|Rear Suspension||Mono-shock, Swingarm Linked|
|Front Wheel Travel||130 mm|
|Rear Wheel Travel||114 mm|
Brakes & Tyres
|Front Brakes||292 mm Hydraulic Fixed Calipers Disc|
|Rear Brakes||220 mm Floating Calipers Disc|
|Front Wheel Size||17-Inch|
|Rear Wheel Size||17-Inch|
|Tyre Type||Tubeless Tyres|
|Front Tyre||100/80-17 M/C 52|
|Rear Tyre||140/70-17 M/C 66S|
|Curb Weight||142 kg|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||11 litres|
|Oil Tank Capacity||1.05 Liters|
|Ground Clearance||140 mm|
|Seat Height||810 mm|
|Overall Length||1,960 mm|
|Overall Width||800 mm|
|Overall Height||1,065 mm|
Battery & Lighting
|Battery Type||Maintenance Free|
|Daytime Running Lamp (DRL)||LED|
|Turn Indicators||Bulb Type|
|AHO ( auto headlamps on )||No|
Instrument Cluster Features
|Display Type||Fully Digital Backlit LCD|
|Low Fuel Warning||Yes|
|Gear Position Indicator||Yes|
|Gear Shift Light||Yes|
|ABS Warning Light||Yes|
Comfort & Convenience Features
|Type Of Seat||Split Seats|
|Engine Kill Switch||Yes|
Yamaha MT-125 Overview
Design & Styling
Yamaha MT-125 design is highly inspired by its elder sibling MT 07 and MT 09. It has a bold alien-like twin led headlamp that gives it an attractive front end look. It has a muscular looking tank that makes it look all aggressive. The blue and storm Fluo colour variants get body-coloured alloy wheels. The rear end looks clean and sleek. The MT-125 looks attractive and it comes with a premium fit and finishes.
Engine & Performance
Yamaha MT-125 is powered by a 124.7 cc, 1-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, SOHC, 4-Valves, 4-Stroke engine. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission and it also has an assist and slipper clutch system. The MT-125 churns out 15 PS of maximum power at 9,000 rpm and 11.5 Nm of peak torque at 8,000 rpm. It has a top speed of around 128 km/h and its mileage is nearly 47 km/l.
Frame & Suspension
MT-125 uses a delta box frame like the bigger Yamaha MT-10. The frame is light and compact. The suspension duties are taken care of by 41 mm inverted forks at the front end, while the rear end is equipped with a swingarm linked mono-shock with adjustable preload. The Yamaha MT-125 has an aluminium swingarm which is both durable and lightweight. The front wheel travel is 130 mm while the rear wheel travel is 114 mm.
Brakes & Wheels: The braking duties on the Yamaha MT-125 is taken care of by a 292 mm4-piston callipers hydraulic disc at the front wheel, while the rear wheel is equipped with a 220 mm 2-piston calliper hydraulic disc. It comes with dual-channel ABS as standard. The MT-125 comes with alloy wheels and tubeless tyres.
Features & Dimensions
The kerb weight of the Yamaha MT-125 is 142 kg including a fully filled oil and fuel tank. The fuel tank capacity is 11 litres which is a little smaller if you plan to tour on this. It provides ground clearance of 140 mm and the seat height is 810 mm. The wheelbase is 1,325 mm, while the overall length of the bike is 1,960 mm.
Lighting: Just like the bigger Yamaha MT-25, it also features full LED lighting. The MT-125 is equipped with a LED headlamp with LED position lights. The headlamp unit is compact and offers decent illumination at night. The tail lamp is also an LED unit but the turn indicators are simple bulb types.
Instrument Console: Yamaha MT-125 has a fully digital negative instrument panel that shows a lot of information. The negative LCD panel looks sophisticated and is easy to read. The LCD console displays speed, tachometer, odometer, fuel level, engine temperature, gear position indicator, average fuel consumption, average speed, and a digital clock. It gets 2 buttons to toggle between the console features. It also has a gear shift light, ABS light, and service light.
Misc Features: it comes with step-up seats that are comfortable and accessible. The footpegs of both the rider and pillion are made up of aluminium. Other features include an engine kill switch and an electric starter.
Yamaha MT-125 Price in India and Launch Date
The MT-125 is mainly for sale in countries with A1 license compliance and hence it might not make it to India in near future. However, if the brand plans to replace the MT-15 in future, then it can be launched in India. The Yamaha MT-125 price in India is expected to be around Rs 1,25,000 (Ex-Showroom Price).
- KTM Duke 125
- Kawasaki Z125
- Honda CB125R
- Suzuki GSX-S125
- Aprilia Tuono 125
The premium 125cc segment has a lot of other contenders from all the major brands. As all of these bikes are A1 license compliant their power is restricted to 15 PS only. Every bike in this category packs a punch and is a worthy competitor for the MT-125.
When it comes to design the KTM Duke 125 and Yamaha MT-125 steal the spotlight from others with their sharp and aggressive design. On the other hand, Honda CB125R and Aprilia Tuono have a mature and sophisticated design. All of 6 bikes in this segment have different characteristic and offers loads of features.
Verdict On Yamaha MT-125
MT-125 has an aggressive and distinctive design that has been derived from its bigger sibling. The new headlamps design adds a different characteristic to the bike and gives it a mean face making it stand out from the crowd. It has a premium build quality and a good overall fit & finish.
Now, the Yamaha MT-125 comes with the VVA technology on board that is a cherry on top. The VVA feature provides a torque-rich low as well as a powerful top-end. The gearbox is smooth and now it also has a slipper clutch system that reduces wheel hop while aggressive downshifts. This streetfighter is powerful and it is total fun to ride machine.
The Yamaha MT-125 has a derived delta box chassis from YZF-R125with minor changes. The rigidity around the swingarm has been increased and the length of the swingarm is reduced. It has high-quality KYB up-side front forks and KYB mono shocks that provide a balanced ride quality. It is a lightweight machine and feels nimble to handle.
The brakes on the MT-125 are effective. It has a dual-channel ABS, but it doesn’t have the option to disengage the rear wheel ABS-like all the other bikes in this segment offer. The rear tyre size has been increased to 140 mm and it comes with Michelin Pilot street tyres.
Overall the Yamaha MT-125 has been improved from the last offered version. It now comes with some new features and a slightly reworked chassis. It has improved ride quality and characteristics. However, the price of MT-125 is an issue as the similarly potent bike in this segment are priced much competitively and offer almost the same performance and equipment. If we leave the price point, then the 2021 Yamaha MT-125 is surely an amazing bike that has a lot to offer.
The kerb weight of MT-125 is 142 kg.
The seat height of 2021 MT-125 is 810 MM.