• Yamaha has recently revealed the 2021 Yamaha Tracer 9 and Tracer 9 GT globally.
  • The updated adventure tourer now gets a Euro-5 compliant engine.
  • It will reach the market in Europe in the first quarter of 2021.

Yamaha has recently revealed the updated Yamaha Tracer 9 and Tracer GT globally. The all-new Yamaha Tracer 9 twins now come with multiple electronic aids along with a Euro-5 compliant Crossplane engine.


Coming to the design, it gets a twin-pod LED headlight, adjustable windscreen, 3.5-inch TFT display and 10-spoke SpinForged wheels. Meanwhile, multiple electronic aids such as Brake Control, Traction Control, Cruise Control, Slide Control, etc. are also offered on the all-new tourer bike. Apart from this, Yamaha is also offering four riding modes on the Yamaha Tracer 9 twins.

However, the additional features that the Yamaha Tracer 9 GT model gets are a quick shifter, heated grips as well as cornering light function.


The suspension setup on the regular variant is a telescopic front fork. Meanwhile, the rear gets a monoshock unit. On the other hand, the GT variant gets an electronically adjustable suspension setup.

Coming to the braking performance, both the Yamaha Tracer 9 feels sure-footed and works under a 298mm dual-disc setup at the front. Apart from all this, it gets both standard as well as a cornering ABS to enhance its overall braking performance.


The engine that powers the all-new Yamaha Tracer 9 twins is an updated Euro-5 compliant 890cc, CP3 Crossplane unit. The three-cylinder engine produces a peak power of 117.3BHP and 93Nm of torque. Meanwhile, the same engine with similar tuning can be seen on the recently launched Yamaha MT-09.


The company is offering two color schemes on the Yamaha Tracer 9 including Tech Kamo and Redline. Meanwhile, the GT variant gets a Yamaha Performance Icon color scheme.

The all-new Yamaha Tracer 9 and Tracer 9 GT expected to reach the European shores by Q1 2021. However, the company has not made any official announcement regarding its launch in India yet.


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