Robinsons Rochdale, Central Garage, Water Street, Rochdale, Lancashire, OL16 1UHTel: 01706 716 650
Love the way I move
Who hasn't seen the tram doors closing right in front, of them or been uncomfortable in the fully packed tube? Don't feel helpless, take control of your time and start enjoying the very best that urban life can offer again!
Have fun creating a city that fits you, with the Yamaha Tricity 125. You'll immediately feel at ease thanks to the comfortable riding position and be more confident on tramlines or cobblestones due to its 3-wheels.
Its efficient Blue Core 125 cc engine gives plenty of acceleration and outstanding fuel economy - and with a Unified Braking System fitted as standard, the Yamaha Tricity 125 is the easiest and most enjoyable way to move around the city.
For lively acceleration as well as excellent fuel economy, the Tricity 125 is driven by Yamaha's latest Blue Core 125 cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke engine. Producing 9kW, the Blue Core design achieves greater performance using less fuel
As well as being remarkably light at just 156kg with a full tank of fuel, the Tricity's engine and chassis have been designed to give a balanced, easy and confident handling feeling.
Dual 220mm diameter front discs and a 230mm rear disc provide plenty of stopping power. The Unified Brake System automatically optimizes the front and rear braking force when you the pull the left lever and when you operate both levers together
With its stylish design, lightweight handling and scooter-like agility, the Tricity is ready to transform your daily journey to work. Its beautifully styled bodywork and spacious seating position allow you to travel in comfort
Single cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, SOHC, 4-valves
BORE X STROKE
52.0mm x 58.7mm
9.0 kW @ 7,500
11.7 Nm @ 7,250 rpm
Electronic Fuel Injection
Euro 4 Compliant
FRONT RIM TYPE
FRONT RIM DIMENSION
REAR RIM TYPE
REAR RIM DIMENSION
1980mm x 750mm x 1210mm
USABABLE TANK VOLUME
RRP includes, number plate, pre-delivery inspection, petrol and VAT at 20% excludes Government fees for first registration and road fund license