Limited edition CFMOTO 800MT headed for Australia

CFMOTO Australia have announced the arrival of a strictly limited edition 800MT Touring model featuring a special premium Sandstone Yellow paint scheme, set to be priced at $16,490 ride away. Just 50 bikes have been slated for local customers.

As well as the lustrous new look, further enhancements (to be fitted during pre-delivery) include aluminium panniers and a top case (in black), as well as Barkbusters, for the ultimate in hand and lever protection.

Colour and add-ons aside, the limited-edition model is the same as the crackerjack 800MT Touring that was launched in Australia six months ago, featuring tyre pressure monitoring, wire-spoked wheels, a centre stand, two-way quick shifter, and alloy bash plate.

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The dedicated 800MT microsite has been updated with the limited-edition model, where customers can begin ordering via a simple step-by-step process. There are also options to accessorise during the ordering phase.

No money changes hands until the customer meets with their preferred dealer, and of course, buyers have the option to bypass the website and place an order directly through a dealership.

“When the wraps were first taken off the 800MT range in 2021, one of the machines on display at a motorcycle show was in the Sandstone Yellow livery which really caught our eye,” CFMOTO Australia director Michael Poynton said.

“We’re now delighted to be able to offer it to local customers, in a package that adds more ‘touring’ into the 800MT Touring, with the beautiful black panniers and top case, and of course the iconic Aussie-made Barkbusters handguards for extra protection.”

For more information, contact your local CFMOTO dealer.

Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin is the ride editor at Exhaust Notes Australia, founding editor of Two Wheel Addicts, a contributor at Bike Review and panel judge for Harley Davidson's Breakout Boss competition. Andrew has a love for anything on two wheels whether that be sports, naked or adventure bikes, with a guilty pleasure for cruisers.


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