2020 Yamaha Tenere 700 (XTZ690)

$17,150
Make:
Yamaha
Model:
Tenere 700 (XTZ690)
Badge:
Tenere 700 (XTZ690)
Year:
2020
Rego:
Kms:
0
Price:
$17,150
Yamaha Tenere 700:

A lightweight, no compromise adventure bike with outstanding reliability opens up a new world of possibilities.


When you’re riding the new Ténéré 700, your future can be whatever you want it to be. Because this a a go-anywhere motorcycle that enables you to live life without limits and experience a new feeling of total freedom.

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The Next Horizon is Yours.

Driven by a high-torque, 689cc, 2-cylinder engine, equipped with a special optimised transmission that gives you the ideal balance of power and control, this rally-bred long distance adventure bike is built to master a wide range of riding conditions on the dirt of asphalt.

The compact tubular chassis and slim bodywork offer maximum agility during stand up or sit down riding – and long travel suspension and spoke wheels give you the ability to get to anywhere you want. Just fill up and go! The Next Horizon is Yours.


2021 Yamaha Tenere 700 Key Features
Advanced Twin-Cylinder Engine
The Ténéré 700™ features a fuel-injected, 689cc liquid-cooled, inline twin-cylinder engine derived from Yamaha’s award-winning MT-07®. This compact powerplant features an ideal power delivery for adventure riding, for tractable and controllable power in every riding condition.
Adventure-Focused Ergonomics
The Ténéré 700 features a narrow body, slim fuel tank, and flat seat that allow maximum rider agility, enabling the rider to grip the tank whether sitting or standing, giving added confidence on dirt or asphalt. The protective fairing and handguards work with the tapered handlebar to ensure comfort on the longest rides.
Not Afraid To Get Dirty
Highly adjustable, long-travel suspension is mated to dirt-ready spoked wheels mounting 21-inch front and 18-inch rear tires, ensuring that Ténéré 700 doesn’t shy away from aggressive riding when the pavement ends. The triple-disc brakes also feature selectable ABS, which can be disabled when desired for off-road riding.
Refinement Meets Durability
Every aspect of the Ténéré 700 is built to combine Yamaha’s legendary reliability with impressive performance, from the compact LED headlights, to the strong and narrow steel frame, to the smooth counterbalanced motor, and crystal-clear LCD gauges.


The Ténéré story: where it all began

The Ténéré can trace its roots back to the launch of the XT500 enduro-adventure bike in 1976. This versatile motorcycle became an instant success thanks to its single cylinder four-stroke engine with strong torque and a compact chassis. Its go-anywhere ability, rugged design, and outstanding reliability opened up a new world of adventure to many motorcycle riders. These same qualities made the XT500 the ideal choice for competitors in the very ?rst Paris-Dakar Rally in 1977, demonstrated by Cyril Neveu’s victory on the bike.


The XT500 quickly established a reputation as the toughest desert rally bike, and it became the default model for adventure-seeking riders and rally racers alike. Today, the XT500 is considered one of the most signi?cant and iconic motorcycles of the late 20th century, with active owners’ clubs throughout the world.

By the end of the 1970s, the XT500 had achieved legendary status among riders, and in 1983, Yamaha introduced the XT600Z that became the company’s ?rst Adventure bike to carry the Ténéré name – a Tuareg word meaning ‘desert’ or ‘wilderness.’

The Ténéré line-up was constantly evolving and growing, and the end of the 1980s saw the introduction of the two-cylinder XTZ750 Super Ténéré, followed in the early 1990s by the single-cylinder XTZ660 Ténéré. During this period, Yamaha’s Ténéré motorcycles won many more Dakar Rally events, with Stéphane Peterhansel claiming six victories on his XTZ750-based Factory Yamaha race bike in the 1990s.



Ténéré 700 World Raid: Tested to the extreme

The ?rst sign that Yamaha was developing a new Adventure Touring motorcycle came with the launch of the T7 concept in 2016. Displayed at motorcycle shows all over the world, it created immense interest and gave riders a taste of what was to come. In 2017 Yamaha introduced the Ténéré 700 World Raid prototype that was one step closer to the final production specification.

Since then, the Ténéré 700 World Raid prototype has undergone an intensive world tour in various key locations all over the globe. During this development phase, the bike was subjected to the most extreme testing in hostile terrain and severe climatic conditions.

Piloted by a team of professional riders including multi Dakar winner Stéphane Peterhansel and O?cial Yamalube Yamaha Rally Team riders Adrien van Beveren and Rodney Faggoter, the World Raid prototype was pushed to its limits across the globe, from Australia’s unforgiving outback to the brutal South American deserts.

While accounting for thousands of hours of testing on the development bikes, the Ténéré 700 World Raid program also showcased the design of the motorcycle to many hundreds of local riders who were invited to give Yamaha their valuable input and help shape the final production model.



All-new Ténéré 700: The lightweight, go-anywhere Adventure Touring motorcycle

With a spirit of adventure embedded within its DNA, every Yamaha Adventure Touring motorcycle is rugged, tough, and reliable. Each Ténéré model opens the possibilities of endless travel and enables riders to discover a feeling of untethered freedom. Thanks to Yamaha’s in-depth o? road expertise, the all-new Ténéré 700 is a lightweight, no compromise Adventure Touring motorcycle with one of the highest speci?cations in its class, and one of the most exciting and signi?cant new Adventure models to be launched in many years.

Equipped with the successful CP2 689cc parallel-twin engine and an entirely new chassis, the Ténéré 700 is designed to deliver class-leading handling and agility in the dirt – combined with high-speed long-distance performance on the road – making it an extremely capable and versatile motorcycle.



Ténéré 700 model overview

Rally-bred T7-inspired Adventure Touring design with pure Ténéré DNA
Light, compact, nimble
Outstanding off-road performance
Go-anywhere long-distance potential with an approximate average 217-mile fuel range
Powerful, smooth and economic high-torque engine
Switchable ABS option for off-road riding
Effective windscreen and hand guards for excellent weather protection
Modern long-travel suspension


689cc four-stroke CP2 engine with Adventure Touring settings

Yamaha has revolutionized the motorcycle world with the development of the crossplane concept engines that power a range of the company’s best-selling models, and the new Ténéré 700 is equipped with the highly respected 689cc parallel-twin engine.

The key characteristic of this compact CP2 engine is its strong and linear torque output that gives instant throttle response together with outstanding acceleration – attributes that make it a capable and versatile performer on and o? the road. Producing maximum torque at 6,500 rpm, this engine provides the ideal balance of performance and controllability, and its excellent fuel economy contributes to the Ténéré 700’s ability to cover long distances between fuel stops.

To cater to the unique requirements of Adventure Touring riders, the ?nal transmission ratio is optimized for both road and off-road operating conditions. Together with a range of model-speci?c fuel injection settings, these features contribute to the bike’s outstanding versatility and remarkable performance in different riding environments.



New lightweight, double cradle tubular steel frame

During the development of the Ténéré 700, one of the key goals was to achieve a slim, agile and light feeling chassis that would be equally suited to both road and o?-road riding. To satisfy these requirements, Yamaha’s designers have developed an all-new lightweight double cradle tubular steel frame that combines low weight with immense strength, making it ideally suited to a variety of riding conditions. Featuring a compact 1,590mm wheelbase and a slim body, this rugged chassis delivers responsive handling characteristics, and with 240mm of ground clearance, the Ténéré 700 is designed to help its rider conquer the roughest terrain.



Slim, compact and ergonomic body and seat

The ability of a rider to shift their weight and position on the bike is crucial for maintaining full control in o?-road riding situations, so the Ténéré 700 is equipped with a ?at seat and slim body that allows maximum rider agility. The compact bodywork and narrow fuel tank also enable the rider to grip the tank with their knees whether sitting or standing, giving added con?dence and control in every situation, whether riding on dirt or asphalt.



Aggressive rally-bred face with four LED headlights

The new Ténéré 700 comes equipped with a distinctive looking headlight assembly that is a direct spin-o? from Yamaha’s latest factory rally bikes and the T7 concept machine. A total of four LED headlights project powerful beams of light that can illuminate the darkest wilderness. Stacked in a two-plus-two layout and protected by a clear nacelle, along with two LED position lights at the base, this strong face gives a purposeful look that matches this new Adventure Touring bike’s imposing character.



Adjustable long-travel 43mm upside down coil-spring forks

The Ténéré 700’s long travel forks are undeniable evidence that this is a serious Adventure Touring bike with class-leading off-road capabilities. The flex-resistant 43mm upside down coil-spring forks stay composed over the most extreme terrain to provide precise steering and smooth suspension action, while 210mm of suspension travel enables the rider to attack the most challenging o?-road terrain with confidence.

Featuring full damping adjustment, these rally-speci?cation front forks ensure high levels of comfort with lightweight handling performance when on the road, making the Ténéré 700 one of the most capable and enjoyable long-distance tourers.



Remotely adjustable rear shock absorber

The Ténéré 700 features a rally-bred link-type rear suspension system that provides smooth and progressive action for maximum riding comfort and enhanced levels of control. Featuring a lightweight aluminium swingarm for low un-sprung weight, this high speci?cation rear end o?ers 200mm of travel which, like the front suspension system, is designed to handle the most severe o?-road riding conditions while producing a comfortable ride on the road. Another signi?cant feature is the remote preload adjuster that provides quick and easy adjustment to suit riding conditions.



Rally-style fairing and windscreen

The rally-styled faring and windscreen on the new Ténéré 700 exhibit pure Dakar character. The compact rally screen and nose fairing give you excellent protection from the wind while maintaining the slim and lightweight character of the bike, and the competition type tapered handlebars give a relaxed riding position whether you’re seated or standing.



21-inch front and 18-inch rear spoked wheels

Just like the high speci?cation front and rear suspension, the spoked wheels demonstrate that this bike is built for serious o? road riding. With their ability to e?ciently absorb the continuous impacts experienced when riding in rough terrain, these lightweight wheels work with the long travel suspension to give the rider optimum handling performance and control. Because the Ténéré 700 features a competition type 21-inch front wheel/18-inch rear wheel combination, riders have the option to ?t a wide range of tires to suit their requirements – ranging from a pure enduro pattern for predominantly o?-road use, to dual sport pattern tires for on/o?-road versatility.



Slim, long-range fuel tank with 4.2-gallon capacity

Throughout the development of this new generation Adventure Touring bike, Yamaha’s principal goal was to ensure that the Ténéré 700 would deliver class-leading o?-road performance together with outstanding on-road capabilities and provide genuine long-range potential.

The slim design of the fuel tank belies its 4.2-gallon capacity, and its narrow rear section o?ers plenty of rider mobility and excellent knee grip. Whether sitting down or standing up, the compact dimensions of this long-range fuel tank enable the rider to shift their weight around e?ortlessly. Thanks to the excellent economy of the twin-cylinder engine, 4.2-gallons of fuel provides an approximate average 217-mile fuel range which gives the new Ténéré 700 a high level of all-terrain versatility.

Details

Introduction
Ténéré 700 - a lightweight no compromise adventure bike with one of the highest specifications in its class, and one of the most exciting and significant new ADV models to be launched for many years. Equipped with the successful CP2 689cc parallel-twin engine and a completely new chassis, the Ténéré 700 is designed to deliver class-leading handling and agility in the dirt - combined with high speed long distance performance on the road - making it extremely capable in Australian conditions.
Bike Type
Dual Purpose
Series
Tenere
Model Code
XTZ690
Colours
Ceramic Ice; Power Black or Competition White
Ride Away Price
True
OEM Ride Away Price
17299
Grey Import
False

Engine

Engine Description
700
Engine Config
Parallel
Engine Capacity
689
Engine Type
Piston
Engine Stroke
4
Bore
80.0
Stroke
68.6
Cam Type
DOHC (Double Over Head Cam)
Cylinders
2
Valves Per Cylinder
4
Compression Ratio
11.5:1
Induction System
Aspirated
Cooling
Liquid
Lubrication
Wet Sump
Exhaust Config
2 Into 1

Start

Ignition Description
TCI
Starter
Electric

Electrics

Engine Voltage
12
Charging Method
Alternator & Regulator-Rectifier
LED Lighting
Standard

Fuel & Emissions

Fuel Type
Petrol
Recommended RON
95
Fuel Tank Capacity
16.0

Transmission

Drive Type
Chain
Gear Type
Manual
Gear Number
6
Gear Change Method
Left foot lever

Chassis & Suspension

Frame Material
Steel
Frame Design
Double Cradle
Side Stand
Standard
Crash Bar
Standard
Front Suspension
USD Telescopic Fork; Fully adjustable
Front Suspension Travel
210.00
Rear Suspension
Swingarm; link-type shock absorber; Remote preload adjustment
Rear Suspension Travel
200.00
Fork Diameter
43.00
Swingarm Type
Dual Sided
Swingarm Description
Aluminium

Brakes

Front Brake Description
Twin discs; Hydraulic; ABS
Front Brake Diameter
282.00
Rear Brake Description
Single disc; Hydraulic; ABS
Rear Brake Diameter
245.00
ABS
Standard
ABS Selectable
Standard

Wheels & Tyres

Wheel Type
Laced-Spokes; Blue
Wheel Size Front
21"
Wheel Size Rear
18"
Rear Tyre
150/70-R18" Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR
Front Tyre
90/90-21" Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR

Dimensions & Weights

Length
2365
Width
915
Height
1455
Wheelbase
1590
Ground Clearance
240.00
Wet / Operational Weight
204.00
Seat Height
880.00

Instruments & Controls

Instruments / Dash Description
LCD multi function display

Convenience

Seating Position
Upright
Windscreen
Standard
Windscreen Type
Sport/Touring

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