Yamaha motorcycles

The name alone already breathes a certain kind of mysterious aura to this Yamaha cruiser, the XV1900A Midnight Star.

With an essential neo-streamliner shape, fat alloys, pull-back handlebars, and a sparkling engine exterior, the XV1900A Midnight Star has the kind of dramatic looks to turn heads wherever you go.

Designed to be a classically styled cruising machine, the XV1900A captures the beauty of the age of the open road. Combine that with a powerful engine, impressive torque, handling, and comfort, and you have makings of a cruiser that always gets people’s attention.

Talking about the engine, the XV1900A Midnight Star is powered by a 1,854cc air-cooled, 4-valve, 4-stroke, 2-cylinder V-type engine that has been combined with a host of other technical flourishes, ensuring that the bike lives up to its claim as one of the most powerful bikes in its class.

The throbbing torque, the chromed-up style, and the very best of 21st century bike technology - the XV1900A Midnight Star is the ultimate blend of cutting-edge engineering and cool cruiser lifestyle wrapped up in one impressive package.

Find out more about the Yamaha XV1900A Midnight Star after the jump.

Looking the part of a camouflaged all-road runner, the Yamaha Grizzly 450 EPS is designed to enable you to stay comfortable under any conditions during a lengthy working day. It’s fitted with Electronic Power Steering, fully independent suspension, a rear wet brake, On-Command drive system, and a one-piece lightweight frame. If lively and quick were the name of the game, the Grizzly 450 EPS would be lapping the field.

With the help of effort-reducing technologies like automatic transmission and Electric Power Steering and ergonomic designs, the Grizzly 450 EPS lets you feel comfortable after a long day in the saddle. Certainly, they are economical and only need low maintenance.

Moreover, the lightweight tires and a comfortable seat enable you to feel the comfort during riding. The fuel economy, low maintenance requirements, and a range of handy accessories complete your overall riding experience.

Furthermore, the torque-heavy engines allows you to get moving when terrain is tricky, or even when loads are heavy.

Just the right combination for an all-world ATV.

Find out more about the Yamaha Grizzly 450 EPS after the jump.

A lot of ATVs promise you the world yet fail to live up to it. The Yamaha YFM350R isn’t one of them. As a full-size ATV that promises to bring you to the next level of off-road experience, the YFM350R isn’t about breaking its word.

It comes powered by a 348 cc 4-stroke engine that’s mated to a six-speed gearbox, providing enough power and reliability to make your off-road trabels as smooth as smooth can be.

In addition, the ATV also carries an up standard suspension set-up with dual rate springs that bring you the best of both worlds. The small bumps are of no hindrance as they are increasingly absorbed, while the bigger hits are controlled by second-stage springing.

Over at the back, you’ll find the rear shock, which limits the performance-reducing effects of heat build-up. Meanwhile, the lightweight aluminum wheels minimize unsprung weight, allowing the suspension set-up to handle its business.

Just take this YFM350R into your daily life and you’ll find the extraordinary riding experiences that enable you to feel the comfortable along with the fun situation.

Find out more about the Yamaha YFM350R after the jump.

If you said that the Yamaha YZF R15 is the best looking bike in India, you wouldn’t be entirely wrong. Taken from the DNA of the global Yamaha YZF R1 series, the YZF R15 looks the part of a beast on two wheels. The front portion of the bike is exactly fully-covered while the rear portion continues to be naked.

The cowl on the bike looks stylish with two eyes serving the purpose of twin headlamps. Furthermore, the windscreen on the top of the cowl also looks impressive while the black rear view mirrors are accompanied by the large airscoops. A nice long shape and a sparking body color really catch our attention.

The bike’s design was also done to provide enough space for the rider and contribute a lot to the looks of the machine. The only visible part of the engine’s exterior can be seen from the side view while the other parts are covered in front fairing. Enough space for seating is left for one person. On the other hand, the nice rear grab bars are placed at the top of the rear portion.

The YZF-R15 also comes with five spoke alloy wheels and a nice shaped muffler. The latter is also painted black while the rear end is in white. Both disc brakes at the tires not only ensures good braking, but also guarantees a good looking bike that you can take out on the road with pride.

Find out more about the Yamaha YZF-R15 after the jump.

Yamaha wants us to believe that the MT-03 is an ideal choice for you to enjoy some of the best riding experiences in its bike segment. Really, who are we to disagree with these guys?

The MT-03 is more than just a light and compact bike with a short wheelbase; its also a powerful and versatile machine that boasts of remarkable control, excellent traction, and unrivaled power.

Speaking of its power, the MT-03 comes with a high-torque, 660cc single-cylinder engine that was based closely on the highly-acclaimed XT660 powerplant. With high levels of low to mid-range torque, the liquid-cooled engine powering the Mt-03 is ideally suited for the bike’s overall design and performance characteristics.

It’s no wonder why Yamaha has been singing the praises for this bike for as long as anyone of us can remember. When you’re looking for a comfortable, safe, and powerful bike that will definitely turn some heads, you need not look further than the MT-03.

More details of the Yamaha MT-03 after the jump.

Trying to pick the right kind of scooter you want in a market that offers plenty of choices is a daunting task. But the Yamaha Neo’s 4 is no ordinary scooter; it’s one specially built to become a rider’s best friend, capable of taking you out on the ride with a careful mix of style and performance.

The Neo’s 4 comes with a elegant bodywork and a smart and stylish design that makes you feel comfortable when you’re riding it. A lightweight design and a low seat height, combined with big 12" wheels, a 190 mm front disc brake, and the company’s Unified Braking System makes for a bike that’s well-equipped to handle the rigors of the road.

The stylish touch is also added here, from the impressive blue-lit LCD display to the great alloy wheels. In addition to the room for a passenger, there’s plenty of storage space under the seat. This Yamaha Neo’s 4 is really a scooter that turns heads, whenever and wherever it goes.

At the heart of the Yamaha Neo’s 4 is a 50cc 4-stroke engine that’s clean, quiet, and reliable. With a scooter like the Neo’s 4, the purpose of your riding is to combine style with practicality, engineering excellence, and environmental responsibility.

Find out more about the Yamaha Neo’s 4 after the jump.

With the most recent Worldcrosser accessory package offered by your Yamaha dealer, you now have the opportunity to make over your Super Ténéré into the Super Ténéré Worldcrosser. Yep, anytime you can turn your bike into one of the toughest long-distance bikes that’s ever been built, you do it without batting an eyelash.

Supplied as retro-fit parts, the Worldcrosser kit comes with lightweight carbon body panels and special black anodized chassis protectors that make your Super Ténéré ready for the toughest adventure.

There are a few caveats, though. One is that the Worldcrosser kit does not come with the Akrapovic exhaust, a fog lamp kit, or pure off road tires, as shown in the images. You can get an Akrapovic exhaust system and a fog lamp kit as added accessory items from authorized Yamaha dealers.

Nevertheless, the XT1200Z Super Ténéré Worldcrosser brings the adventure bike concept to a new level. It’s complemented with special kit parts and comes featured with intelligent technology. There’s no doubt that this go-anywhere bike brings class-leading performance and controllability together with superb long-distance capabilities.

Find out more about the Yamaha Super Ténéré Worldcrosser after the jump.

A scooter can be many things, but it should always be pleasurable. With the Yamaha Slider Naked , you have a raw, street-ready design that comes blended with a strong, reliable engine and easy twist-and-go transmission.

The Yamaha Slider Naked comes with a minimalist design, a back-to-basics style that can handle the demands of city living, making the streets to be your playground. The bike’s lightweight structure provides great handling and gives you real feel for the road while the naked streetfighter-style handlebar responds to your every move. Under your feet, the flat footboard provides the maximum liveliness. The Slider Naked is built for hard, tough riding in the addition to the tricks. The unique side protectors help in avoiding the bumps and scrapes. Long suspension, powerful disc and drum brakes, plus big 13inch wheels add to its streetfighter style. With this Yamaha Slider, you will get all of the pleasure and a different riding experience.

Add in a 50cc single cylinder, air-cooled, 2-stroke engine and you get a scooter that’s built to give its owners a pleasurable ride.

Find out more about the Yamaha Slider Naked after the jump.

The 2012 Yamaha Rhino sets the standard for versatility, value, and reliable performance for an ATV, all while looking the part of its name. It’s fairly easy to judge an ATV based on how much it can handle at any given point in time, but as far as exceeding expectations, the Rhino is as capable as any of its contemporaries - and then some.

Built on the same principles as that of the Rhino 700FI, the 700 FI Sport Edition adds a bit of style and sizzle into what is already an uncompromisingly imposing package. It is ready to go and packed with plenty of amenities, including fully adjustable piggyback shocks, one-piece cast aluminum wheels, injection-molded sun top, over fenders, and a Baja-inspired front carry bar. The ATV also has thick bucket seats and a long-travel suspension system that work together to provide the smoothest ride in the industry, as well as dealer-installed LED tail lights, a brushed aluminum shift knob, cargo bed rails, a stylish steering wheel, a three-point seat belt with anti-cinch shoulder belt, a center-mounted
console shifter, and a parking brake lever.

But more than its aesthetics, the Rhino 700FI Sport Edition sets itself apart with a 686cc liquid/oil-cooled, four-stroke engine that provides undeniable performance anytime and anywhere. The engine is mated to an industry-exclusive fully automatic Ultramatic transmission with dual-range drive and
and an industry-exclusive three-position On-Command In/Out 4WD feature that allows you to switch between 2WD, limited-slip 4WD and fully locked differential 4WD at the ease of just pushing a button.

As far as handling duties are concerned, the Rhino comes with a fully independent four-wheel suspension featuring double wishbones on the front and rear deliver 7.3" of wheel travel and 12.1" of ground clearance, making it the perfect companion for all your go-anywhere, do-anything adventures.

Find out more about the Yamaha Rhino 700FI Sport Edition after the jump.

Yamaha doesn’t make changes just for the sake of doing so. When Yamaha makes changes, they are doing it because they have found something better to offer then what’s already out. For the 2012 Yamaha RS Venture GT, that involves taking the snowmobile’s overall characteristics up a few notches higher.

The new Venture GT is about as comfortable and user-friendly as any snowmobile in the market. On top of that, it’s got some serious performance capabilities too, the highlight of which is the 1,049cc four-stroke, three-cylinder, twin-valve, liquid-cooled engine. With 120 horsepower on tap, the RS Venture GT represents an attractive snowmobile option for performance-minded riders who also demand no less than the ultimate in comfort.

Further adding to the appeal of the RS Venture GT is a suspension set-up that features the company’s new wishbone design front suspension that sets the A-arms more closely together. Yamaha engineers also use high-pressure gas shocks to control the GT’s 8.5" of maximum travel, which is actually a half-inch less than with last season’s non-EPS front end.

For everything that people have said about the Yamaha RS Venture GT, the biggest thing about this snowmobile is that it comes at a pretty reasonable price of just $12,699.

Find out more about the full specifications of the Yamaha RS Venture GT.

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