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Brand New Yamaha Motorcycle - Many to choose from including R125 (Picture)... 0% Finance or Free Insurance... " Tough Choice! "

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The line-up of Yamaha 125cc motorcycles is acknowledged as being unrivalled. How good is it then, to be able to have the choice of a great 0% finance deal OR free insurance (with heavily subsidised up… Read More
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The line-up of Yamaha 125cc motorcycles is acknowledged as being unrivalled. How good is it then, to be able to have the choice of a great 0% finance deal OR free insurance (with heavily subsidised upgrades) on a selection of these great Yamaha 125s?
With bikes ranging from the top spec WR125s, the award winning YZF-R125 or the two versions of the cookin YBR125, Yamaha have a 125cc motorcycle for you, whether its your first bike or you need something to enjoy the commute on. The easy bit is to get down to your local authorised Yamaha dealer the tough choice is deciding which great option you should take to start your Yamaha experience!


STOP PRESS - XT125R, XT125X, X-CITY125, X-MAX125

AND X-MAX125 SE JUST ADDED**


The maximum advance for the promotion is the Suggested Retail Price including 1st registration fee and vehicle excise duty, minus applicable deposit.

A minimum deposit of £99 is required on all models.

Finance available:
0% over 3 years
Rates for 4 and 5 years are also available, ask your authorised dealer for details.

Models eligible for the promotion are 2008 and 2009 model year only.
YZF-R125
YZF-R125 Yamaha Team Replica
YBR125
YBR125 Custom
WR125X
WR125R
XT125X
XT125R
X-CITY125
X-MAX125
X-MAX125 SE

Prices and Finance Calculator: http://www.yamahapaymentcalculator.co.uk/125/yzfr125.html
- big-boy
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#1
I Purchased the red Yamaha R125 myself on 1st september for a 59 plate.
I can see in the pictures that even newer models are out now ( new paintwork ).

You can ride* (:oops:) any of those bikes with CBT
#2
mus_ne
I Purchased the red Yamaha R125 myself on 1st september for a 59 plate.
I can see in the pictures that even newer models are out now ( new paintwork ).

You can [COLOR="Red"]drive any of those bikes [/COLOR]with CBT


You drive your bike ??? :? I RIDE mine :whistling:
#3
It's misleading to say that the price at far right of deal is deposit of £99 with no actual showroom prices mentioned.
#4
http://www.yamaha-motor.co.uk/Images/2010-yamaha-YZF-R125_DPBM13_studio_007_prv_tcm46-325913.jpgYZF125
http://www.yamaha-motor.co.uk/Images/2010-yamaha-YBR125_colour_LGM3_studio_001_prv_tcm46-326285.jpg YBR125
http://www.yamaha-motor.co.uk/Images/2010-yamaha-WR125X_DPBSE_studio_002_prv_tcm46-326208.jpg WR125
http://www.yamaha-motor.co.uk/Images/2010-yamaha-WR125R_colour_DPBSE_studio_001_prv_tcm46-326199.jpg WR125R
#5
http://www.yamaha-motor.co.uk/Images/2009-XT125R-colour-blue_prv_tcm46-267977.jpg XT125R
http://www.yamaha-motor.co.uk/Images/2009-XT125X-colour-white_prv_tcm46-267983.jpg XT125X
http://www.yamaha-motor.co.uk/Images/2009-X-City-125-colour-grey_prv_tcm46-268224.jpg X City 125
http://www.yamaha-motor.co.uk/Images/2009-X-Max-125-colour-white_prv_tcm46-268245.jpg X Max 125
http://www.yamaha-motor.co.uk/Images/2009-X-Max-125-SE-colour-black_prv_tcm46-280483.jpg X Max 125 SE
#6
Makes it an even tougher choice when you can't see any prices.
#7
Covert Recon
It's misleading to say that the price at far right of deal is deposit of £99 with no actual showroom prices mentioned.


I paid £100 at the showroom. I paid £103 the following month, that will be how much I pay for the next 34 months.
#8
Hi

I'm 6' 2" and weigh 15 stone (all muscle I assure you).

Silly question perhaps, but would a 125 be capable of transporting me? Am I too 'big' for it?
#9
Covert Recon
It's misleading to say that the price at far right of deal is deposit of £99 with no actual showroom prices mentioned.

i will second that misleading TUT TUT
#10
Quids
Hi

I'm 6' 2" and weigh 15 stone (all muscle I assure you).

Silly question perhaps, but would a 125 be capable of transporting me? Am I too 'big' for it?


You'll be fine, trust me. I know a 6'6 dude, didn't weigh as much as you, but still managed fine on an R125.
#11
imthedaddy1971
i will second that misleading TUT TUT


I don't actually understand what you guys are talking about here. How is it misleading to put a price down of £99, or £100 in my case. That's exactly how much you pay and the bike is yours.

Road tax and the rest of that was paid for by my dealer.
#12
I would go for the YZF 125 I sat on one of these at last years bike show and the thought that crossed my mind is it looked and seemed like a proper sized bike not like the Honda CBR 125
I ride big bikes and the Yamaha YZF 125 is the one closest to my R1 in size
#13
Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki and Kawasaki are always having 0% finance deals, and they have done for years. Sometimes there on sometimes they aren't.
Dont see how this is a deal.
Also when you take out their finance or free insurance, you pay full RRP for a bike, when otherwise you could haggle a discount.
#14
mus_ne
How is it misleading to put a price down of £99, or £100 in my case.[COLOR="Red"] That's exactly how much you pay and the bike is yours.[/COLOR]


Shakes head.
#15
mus_ne;6593371
I don't actually understand what you guys are talking about here. How is it misleading to put a price down of £99, or £100 in my case. That's exactly how much you pay and the bike is yours.


Not really. If you stop paying the installments the bike is no longer yours and will be repossessed :p
#16
mikebike
I would go for the YZF 125 I sat on one of these at last years bike show and the thought that crossed my mind is it looked and seemed like a proper sized bike not like the Honda CBR 125
I ride big bikes and the Yamaha YZF 125 is the one closest to my R1 in size


Yea exactly dude!

I got to uni the other day and the only parking spot was right next to a CBR125... I couldn't believe how tiny everything about it was compared to my yzf r125.

It looks like a bicycle lol.
#17
the yzf looks amazing, too bad im still a student, even 99 deposit and 0% finance i cant afford :D I got a CBT though so thats good
#18
MBeeching
Not really. If you stop paying the installments the bike is no longer yours and will be repossessed :p


The finance company work on the principle that a percentage of people will miss payments. This is when you will start incurring interest... and at a large rate.
0% finance aint all its cracked up to be, and a lot can happen in 3 years. Lose your job etc etc.
[mod]#19
It doesnt tell you the RRP and monthly repayments...
#20
2 pages and still dont know what the full prices are? cold.
#21
HI Guy's, Anybody seriously concidering buyi g a new 125cc bike, Check out Geaorge White he has lots of deals on new bikes, for eg: Yamaha R125 has a free insurance or finnace or £1223 worth of free kit.

http://www.georgewhite.co.uk/?category=yamaha&subcategory=41&mode=overview&product_id=000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000057719
#22
If your tall I'd go for the WR, if you can afford to take your full test though I'd do that as you'd soon get bored of a 125
#23
mikeyp
2 pages and still dont know what the full prices are? cold.

Prices and Finance Calculator: http://www.yamahapaymentcalculator.co.uk/125/yzfr125.html :thumbsup:

The YZF-R125 is £3769 OTR ;-)
#24
Anyone first starting out in biking would be absolutely mad to buy a brand new 125 on finance, even if it is 0%.
You will pay full list price and i guarantee you be bored of the hopelessly poor power of around 15BHP long before your 3 years finance ends... and this is assuming you actually keep up the payments religiously for the term otherwise you'll have massive interest added.
Then when you come to sell the bike it will have huge depreciation.

I've seen it all before.
#25
have to be honest, the YZF-R125 looks great, bit pricy, but still good looking

to the 15 stone 6'2" "giant" who posted (I'm 5'4" lol) yes you could ride one, you might look like Simoncelli, just remember though, you won't see many people off at the lights :) having said that, it might be easier for you to get your knee down
#26
seems a deal, as long as the prices are not way above the price that could be got from a haggle and shopping around.

Heat added, though it's a bit cold from others, brrrrrr
1 Like #27
I'd love a motorbike... One day, one day :)
#28
Biker Jeff
Anyone first starting out in biking would be absolutely mad to buy a brand new 125 on finance, even if it is 0%.
You will pay full list price and i guarantee you be bored of the hopelessly poor power of around 15BHP long before your 3 years finance ends... and this is assuming you actually keep up the payments religiously for the term otherwise you'll have massive interest added.
Then when you come to sell the bike it will have huge depreciation.

I've seen it all before.


This might seem a silly question but here goes: I'm coming up for retirement in a couple of years and I'm thinking of getting rid of the car and moving to two wheels - the machine that sticks in my mind is the old Honda 50 which was cheap and reliable - is there anything like that around now?
#29
RedSkywalker
This might seem a silly question but here goes: I'm coming up for retirement in a couple of years and I'm thinking of getting rid of the car and moving to two wheels - the machine that sticks in my mind is the old Honda 50 which was cheap and reliable - is there anything like that around now?


All the major Jap bike manufacturers do 50cc peds. Just look on their website.
If you are going to keep the bike for a good few years then buy new, but dont pay full list price. All dealers will let you haggle, some will give better discount than others.
#30
Aww, a baby R6 - love it!

Aprilia RS125 ftw, though buying any partswill probs be less painful on the Yamaha :-D

http://mybikeshop.files.wordpress.com/2008/01/aprilia_rs_125_02.jpg
[helper]#31
RedSkywalker
This might seem a silly question but here goes: I'm coming up for retirement in a couple of years and I'm thinking of getting rid of the car and moving to two wheels - the machine that sticks in my mind is the old Honda 50 which was cheap and reliable - is there anything like that around now?

You thinking of the Honda C90 etc ?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_Super_Cub

Looks like Honda have this as their nearest equivalent
http://ww1.honda.co.uk/motorcycles/DispatcherServlet?hidActionDetail=viewproductdetail&hidAction=Lookup&hidProductID=65&hidSelectedProductCode=ANF125+Innova&hidProductName=ANF125i+Innova&hidMSGID=6&hidMSGCode=SCOOTERS&hidMSGName=Scooters&hidBannerPath=%2FmcStatic%2Fen%2Fpicture%2Fproduct%2FANF125+Innova%2Fprd_main_Banner.jpg&hidHomePath=%2Fjsp%2FmsgSCOOTERSHome.jsp#focusHere
#32
Mrs.Z
Aww, a baby R6 - love it!

Aprilia RS125 ftw, though buying any partswill probs be less painful on the Yamaha :-D

http://mybikeshop.files.wordpress.com/2008/01/aprilia_rs_125_02.jpg


I've heard too many horror stories of aprilias suddenly breaking down etc.

I do love it's looks but it's no good when it comes to reliability apparently.
#33
mus_ne
You'll be fine, trust me. I know a 6'6 dude, didn't weigh as much as you, but still managed fine on an R125.


My old man's 6ft 8" and weighs 21st (with no muscle I can assure you!), he once got stuck on a hill with a 125 lol! Granted it was a very steep hill, but never the less it was a very funny sight seeing him paddle himself up the hill! :-D
#34
my wife has one of these 125 thingys

http://www.ukhairdressers.com/store/images/prih.jpg
#35
mus_ne
I've heard too many horror stories of aprilias suddenly breaking down etc.

I do love it's looks but it's no good when it comes to reliability apparently.


We found our Aprillia's reliable - had 2 scooters and 2 motorbikes between me and OH, problem was that if there was a problem then parts were expensive and you usually had a long wait
#36
Aprilia's unreliable, absolute nonsense!

If you have a choice take the Aprilia, pass your test, de-restrict it to about 33bhp (claimed) and enjoy.

The wheezy Yamaha only has a maximum of 15bhp and will soon bore you.
#37
gal2792t;6595594
My old man's 6ft 8" and weighs 21st (with no muscle I can assure you!), he once got stuck on a hill with a 125 lol! Granted it was a very steep hill, but never the less it was a very funny sight seeing him paddle himself up the hill! :-D

I'm Sure theres some Traffic Violation you can be had on with the Jolly Green Giant Riding On a 125.............;-)
#38
Hondo
I'm Sure theres some Traffic Violation you can be had on with the Jolly Green Giant Riding On a 125.............;-)


Funny you say that "Jolly Green Giant" is his nickname!:p
#39
My local Yammy dealer (ian Bell - Bedlington) has had this kind of offer on for the last 12 months or so. So nothing special here I'm afraid
#40
Deal is still on,but price is now [SIZE="5"]£4065[/SIZE] and dealer is paying for CBT and 1st years insurance

I am in 2 minds whether to buy 1 of these and use for a year to gain experience and no claims or sit big test and buy bigger i straight away

edit: popped into honda dealership and saw a CBF brand new for just over £2k, bought one and sit CBT next week, £120 insurance.

much more realistic price, cheap to run and wont lose too much if I trade up next year

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