A steel frame, smooth ride, and sharper looks make the Yamaha YZF-R125 a customer favorite. It is faster than most of its competitors, and has controlled damping for a fluid feel, even on rough terrain.
The seat is higher than those of other comparable models, so this Yamaha learner bike may suit taller riders over others.
The Yamaha YZF-R125 is currently available with 0% APR representative finance.
The six-speed gearbox is smooth and allows you to reach the national speed limit easily, making country roads a pleasure. It’s a punchy engine with power throughout the revs, and unlike a lot of 125s, you don’t always have to change down to get that lower end torque for safer overtakes.
Whether you’ve just got your A1 licence, are looking for a weekend toy or are after an economical way to get to work, then the MT-125 could be a good choice for you. It’s a friendly bike that inspires confidence so would suit beginners.
Quick at low speeds and will ride comfortably on a straight road at higher speeds. It's also a lot of fun to ride, because of its ease and smoothness.
The YBR125 is cheap to buy, cheap to insure and fuel efficient.
Dependability, affordability and low running costs are at the top of the 'must have' list for riders, and the YS125's newly designed 125cc, EU4 compliant engine is one of the most reliable and economical designs in its class.
Riders who may be coming to two wheels for the first time - as well as those trading up from a 50cc scooter or a budget 125 motorcycle - can be confident that the YS125's class-leading reliability and easy handling characteristics make it the smart choice.
This bike gives you the option to ride freely with high specification that includes a convenient Key-Less Ignition System with Answer-Back Function, where you can start the engine as long as the compact key is close enough to the motorcycle. No more fumbling to retrieve the compact key from your pocket! A button on the remote control activates an answer-back function, causing the turn signals to flash and making it easier to find the GSX-R125. The bike also features ABS brakes.
With it’s low and narrow seat, the GSX-S125 is very manageable for shorter and beginner riders, while the raised bars give it a more relaxed and upright riding position.
The bike also features some of Suzuki's most advanced rider technology, including a shutter-key lock system and Suzuki Easy Start System. For rush hour traffic there is a 40-degree steering angle on the bike handles which contribute to a tight turning circle and good manoeuvrability.
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