Spotted at the R&R area in the vicinity of the Hong Leong Malaysia factory in Sungai Buloh, Selangor were a trio of Yamaha Tracers, Yamaha’s offering to the adventure-touring market. In this series of photos sent in by a paultan.org reader, one the bike bears the Tracer 900 GT and Yamaha badges, while the other two, despite the hidden branding, carry the matte blue paintwork of the new Tracer 700 GT.

However, it was unable to be determined if the engines were the three-cylinder of the MT-09 or the two-cylinder of the MT-07. If we were to say the matte blue machines are the Tracer 700 GT, there are differences in the appearance of the engine and swingarm.

This is because the Tracer 700 GT has a radiator hose leading from the water pump to the right side of the engine, which appears to be missing from the photos. The Tracer 900 GT was launched in Europe in November of last year and comes with riding conveniences like a quickshifter, cruise control full-adjustable suspension and an instrument panel taken from the YZF-R1.

Carrying the three-cylinder mill from the MT-09, the Tracer GT produces 115 PS at 10,000 rpm and 87.5 Nm of torque at 8,500 rpm, with power getting to the ground via a six-speed gearbox. In Malaysia, the Yamaha MT-09 Tracer 900 retails for RM53,681.