YMA is pleased to announce that the class leading TTR250 is now more affordable than ever at just $5999 RRP inc GST. In fact this legendary aircooled DOHC off road trail bike has never been this affordable since its introduction in 1993.
TTR250 is the choice for riders who prize real off road performance and light weight over the latest technical
bling. Plus the TTR250s legendary reliability is backed with a two year factory warranty.
The chart over the page indicates how the TTR250 shapes up against the latest competition in this category. The stats show that the TTR250 retains the title of class leader.
Enduro legend Geoff Ballard has owned TTR250s since 1999 and can’t get enough of the sweet handling and practical fourstroke. He even scooped a gold medal at the 1999 ISDE riding a TTR250 with minimal modifications. Another Yamaha legend, Stefan Merriman, won the 250cc fourstroke class of the Thumper Nats on a TTR250 too, so this model has genuine race pedigree.
The fourvalve twin cam engine produces a broad 33bhp that finds traction where more peaky powerplants find wheelspin. And its pushbutton electric start was the first to appear on a mainstream trail bike.
Now with a $5999 RRP (was $7299), the bullet proof TTR250 is set to soar up the sales charts.
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