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The 2013 Yamaha Vino 50 is a retro scooter developed for those who want a stylish, efficient and practical model.

As far as ergonomy is concerned, the Yamaha Vino 50 features a wide and comfortable seat, a perfectly angled handlebar and a generous foot rest. You also get a pretty spacious under seat storage where you can store various items.

The scooter is propelled by a clean, quiet, fuel efficient 4-stroke engine which should deliver pretty low fuel consumption. For increased comfort and efficiency, the Yamaha Vino 50 is equipped with a capable automatic transmission.

The scooter rides on 5-spoke mag style wheels wrapped in 10” tubeless tyres. The front wheel is kept in check by a 26mm front fork while the rear one is combined with a single-shock rear suspension which offers a comfortable ride.

The stopping power is assured by front and rear 110mm drum brakes.

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The 2013 Yamaha BWs 125 is BWs 50 big brother, so it delivers slightly sportier performances without sacrificing comfort and practicality.

This modern scooter is fitted with a 125 cc, 4 stroke engine kept in leash by a fully automatic transmission which offers a hassle free ride and delivers smooth and precise shifts. For proper performances the 125 cc engine is combined with a gas sipping fuel injection system and an environmentally friendly catalyzer exhaust.

As any respectable scooter, the Yamaha BWs 125 puts efficiency on the top of the list and rewards you with an average fuel consumption of only 37kpl/105mpg. Besides efficiency you also get a pretty decent level of comfort thanks to the ergonomically designed seat and the convenient handlebar.

The ride is kept in check by a 27mm hydraulic front fork and a dual-shock rear suspension.

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With its sleek stance and the lively engine, the Yamaha V-Star 250 is a versatile motorcycle built for those who are searching for practicality, comfort and fun.

Yamaha’s engineers have spent a lot of time to develop a perfect riding position for the V-Star 250, thereby the motorcycle is equipped with a spacious saddle placed 27" off the ground, an ergonomically designed handlebar and a non-intrusive fuel tank.

You also get a set of dual exhausts, plenty of quality chrome and a massive, shiny headlight.

The 2013 Yamaha V-Star 250 is propelled by a 249cc, air-cooled, 60°, SOHC, 2 valves per cylinder, V-twin engine designed for strong low- and mid-range pulling power.

The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and is paired with a single 26mm Mikuni downdraft carburetor. Its power is sent to the ground through a smooth-shifting, 5-speed transmission.

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If you are searching for a capable middleweight cruiser you should take a closer look at the Yamaha V-Star 650 Classic, as you won’t be disappointed by this beautiful and powerful Japanese beast.

For the starters, the 2013 Yamaha V-Star 650 Classic features a gorgeous design language and we especially like how Yamaha’s designers managed to seamlessly mix the old school style with contemporary lines.

Then there is the engine which is famous for its reliability and high end performances. The 649cc V-twin, air-cooled, SOHC unit features 2 valves per cylinder, is paired with a five speed transmission and offers an average fuel consumption of 59 mpg. Yamaha says that “the engine has been designed to produce strong torque and horsepower in the most usable riding range (50 to 120 km/hr),” so you can expect to a pretty sharp response.

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The Yamaha V-Star 1300 is a mid-sized cruiser that offers a tasty mix between comfort, power and style. It is powered by a 1,304cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected V-twin engine, which offers a generous amount of power and torque. As long as fuel efficiency is concerned the Yamaha V-Star 1300 rewards you with an estimated fuel consumption of 42 mpg which means that you can ride over 200 miles until your tank remains empty.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the steel chassis gets 48 percent of the bike’s weight on the front tire, thus significantly improving the handling and maneuverability.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the braced steel swingarm and rear wheel are combined with a single linkage-mounted shock absorber, adjustable for spring preload, while up front you’ll find 41mm fork tubes with stainless steel covers.

The motorcycle is available at a starting price of $11,190.

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The Yamaha V-Star 650 Custom is a classic cruiser built with comfort in and practicality in mind. To reward its rider with a relaxed riding position, the motorcycle if fitted with a sculpted seat, a perfectly angled handlebar and an ergonomically designed fuel tank.

As far as the overall design is concerned the Yamaha V-Star 650 Custom features lots of chrome, a tasty paint job, a bobtail rear fender and an old school headlight. You also get dual exhausts and custom-looking clear turn signals.

The ride quality is assured by a front 41mm front fork with 5.5 inches of wheel travel and an adjustable rear shock which offers 3.4 inches of rear wheel travel.

At the heart of the Yamaha V-Star 650 Custom beats a 650cc V-Twin engine air-cooled 70° V-twin, SOHC engine with 2 valves per cylinder.

The 2013 Yamaha V-Star 650 Custom is available with a starting price of $6,990.

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In the latest years, the custom-ready crusiers have started to be more popular than ever and among them you’ll also find the Yamaha Striker, a capable motorcycle designed for those who want a modern-day custom chopper.

The 2013 Yamaha Stryker features a pretty aggressive design language which inspires power and respect. At the heart of the motorcycle you’ll find a 1304 cc, fuel injected liquid cooled V-Twin engine that puts out enough power and torque to help you deal effortless with highway traffic. The engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission which is paired with a multiplate wet clutch.

Apart from the powerful engine you’ll also like the raked out front end, the comfortable riding position and the lean-back handlebar.

The 2013 Yamaha Stryker is available at a starting price of $11,590 and comes with a 1 year warranty.

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The Yamaha Road Star S is a classic cruiser powered by a 102-cubic-inch V-twin engine which is paired with a 5-speed, wide-ratio gearbox with a multiplate wet clutch.

The motorcycle features a long 1,685mm wheelbase which creates a long and low retro profile, great rider comfort and stable handling. Needless to say that the motorcycle’s seat and handlebar were carefully designed to offer a comfortable riding position. Talking about comfort, the motorcycle’s ride quality is kept in check by a 43mm front fork with large-diameter covers and 140 mm of wheel travel and a spring preload-adjustable, single-shock rear link suspension (rear wheel travel is 110 mm ).

The motorcycle’s speed is controlled by a set of capable brakes which include dual 298mm front disc brakes with one-piece, 4-piston calipers and 320mm rear disc brakes with 4-piston calipers.

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Yamaha believes that the cruiser segment is slightly changing and the big deep-fendered, classic-styled bikes are now less popular then they were seven years ago. As a result, the Japanese company takes a back-to-basics approach as it thinks that the new trend focuses more on the motorcycle itself and less on chrome and fancy accessories.

With these aspects in mind Yamaha designed the new Bolt which is also available in a slightly sportier R-Spec version.

In terms of style the Yamaha Bolt R-Spec comes with special colors, remote reservoir shocks, cool textured-color stitched seat and blacked-out mirrors.

Like the standard Bolt, the Bolt R-spec is equipped with a fuel injected, 4-valve, V-Star 950 engine which is paired with a five speed transmission. A "raw metal" theme highlights the engine styling, and you’ll also like the minimalist, old-school fuel tank and the limited bodywork which leaves the motorcycle’s mechanics completely exposed.

The 2013 Yamaha Bolt R-Spec if available on the US market with a starting price of $8,290.

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The classic motorcycles were always a great source of inspiration for the modern models. Thereby, when designing the Bolt, Yamaha’s engineers decided to give it a retro look mixed with a few contemporary lines. Needless to say that the result is quite stunning as the bike looks gorgeous and we love its compact bobber-style design.

But a beautiful bike without a capable engine is like a body without a heart, thereby, the Yamaha Bolt is powered by a modern, fuel injected, 4-valve, V-Star 950 engine which is mated on a five speed transmission.

Moreover, the motorcycle’s slim body and low seat design offer a comfortable riding position and also help to assure an agile maneuverability and a stable handling feel.
The 2013 Yamaha Bolt is offered with a starting price of $7,990 and comes with one year limited factory warranty.

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