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Yamaha TW200

  • Year:
    2014
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Transmission:
    5 speeds
  • Displacement:
    196 cc
  • Price:
    4590

2014 Yamaha TW200

If you love, wild adventures on two wheels then you’ll certainly find the 2014 Yamaha TW200 appealing. But apart from being a capable off road machinery, the Yamaha TW200 is also a pretty comfortable motorcycle for traveling though the city which makes it even more charming.

As far as power is concerned, the Yamaha TW200 is equipped with a 196cc, air-cooled, SOHC 4-stroke; 2 valves engine. The unit is fed by a 1.8 gallons fuel tank and sends its power to the rear wheel through a constant-mesh 5-speed transmission with multiplate wet clutch. As far as fuel consumption is concerned, the Yamaha TW200 rewards you with an efficiency of 78 mpg.

When you are dealing with tough terrains you are also assisted by a set of long travel suspensions which consist of a front telescopic fork (6.3-in travel) and a rear single shock (5.9-in travel).

The 2014 Yamaha TW200 comes with a base price of $4,590.

Hit the jump for more information on the Yamaha TW200.

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Key Features:

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  • Those big fat tires deliver great traction and rider comfort over a wide range of terrain, and they make the TW200 the most distinctive-looking dual purpose machine around.
  • A low seat and compact chassis help inspire confidence in anybody who rides the TW200, making it one of the most user friendly on/off-road bikes on the market.
  • Electric start and full street equipment mean it’s super convenient to ride the TW200 just about wherever you need to go.

Engine:

  • Strong-pulling 196cc air-cooled, four-stroke single delivers torquey low- and mid-range power perfectly suited to off-road exploring.
  • Smooth-shifting five-speed transmission with manual clutch puts potent powerband to the ground for maximum on- and off-road performance.
  • Internal engine counterbalancer keeps vibrations down for greater all-day comfort.
  • Maintenance-free CDI ignition system ensures precise, reliable spark for peak engine performance at all rpm.
  • Easy, reliable pushbutton electric starting.
  • Automatic cam chain tensioner means minimal maintenance and longer engine life.

Chassis/Suspension:

  • 33mm telescopic front fork with 6.3 inches of travel soaks up the bumps for a plush ride.
  • Lightweight box section swingarm and single rear shock with 5.9 inches of travel help enhance handling and overall comfort both on- and off-road.
  • Hydraulic front disc brake ensures greater stopping power with less effort.

Additional Features:

  • Long, two-tone, motocross-style seat creates a balanced riding position for optimal rider movement and comfort.
  • Durable and wide front fender is designed to keep mud and dirt off the rider off-road.
  • Frame-mounted passenger footpegs provide two-up riding capability.
  • Enduro-style, 60/55-watt halogen headlight features high/low beams.
  • Flex-mounted turn indicators offer greater durability against breakage.
  • Durable fork shrouds help prevent rocks and debris from damaging fork sliders.
  • Standard instrumentation includes a speedometer with odometer and resettable tripmeter as well as indicator lights for neutral, high beam and turn signals.
  • Standard dual rearview mirrors.
  • Dependable, low-maintenance battery.

Specifications

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MSRP $4,590 (Team Yamaha Blue) Available from August 2013
Engine Type 196cc air-cooled SOHC 4-stroke; 2 valves
Bore x Stroke 67.0mm x 55.7mm
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Fuel Delivery Mikuni® 28mm
Ignition CDI
Transmission Constant-mesh 5-speed; multiplate wet clutch
Final Drive Chain
Suspension / Front Telescopic fork; 6.3-in travel
Suspension / Rear Single shock; 5.9-in travel
Brakes / Front 220mm single disc
Brakes / Rear 110mm Drum
Tires / Front 130/80-18
Tires / Rear 180/80-14
Length 82.3 in
Width 32.3 in
Height 44.1 in
Seat Height 31.1 in
Wheelbase 52.2 in
Ground Clearance 10.4 in
Fuel Capacity 1.8 gal
Fuel Economy 78 mpg
Wet Weight 278 lb
What do you think?

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2016 - 2018 Yamaha TW200

2016 - 2018 Yamaha TW200

Fuel-Injection Haters Rejoice! Yamaha Still Makes a Carbureted Dual Sport

Fuel-injection haters rejoice. There are still some carbureted options out there for off-road. Spec-wise, the TW200 is the same bike Yamaha has offered for over a decade, but that shouldn’t stop you from taking a look. The TW200 — brought forward for 2018 — with its scrappy little 196 cc engine is a nice learning bike, fully street legal but with that distinctive motocross-style swale seat that says you’re going off-road. On the move, the bike has nice low-end torque and you’ll feel the front end trying to come up when you get even a little twisty. Dual sport, yes, but so much about this bike just begs to be in the dirt.

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2014 Yamaha TW200

2014 Yamaha TW200

If you love, wild adventures on two wheels then you’ll certainly find the 2014 Yamaha TW200 appealing. But apart from being a capable off road machinery, the Yamaha TW200 is also a pretty comfortable motorcycle for traveling though the city which makes it even more charming.

As far as power is concerned, the Yamaha TW200 is equipped with a 196cc, air-cooled, SOHC 4-stroke; 2 valves engine. The unit is fed by a 1.8 gallons fuel tank and sends its power to the rear wheel through a constant-mesh 5-speed transmission with multiplate wet clutch. As far as fuel consumption is concerned, the Yamaha TW200 rewards you with an efficiency of 78 mpg.

When you are dealing with tough terrains you are also assisted by a set of long travel suspensions which consist of a front telescopic fork (6.3-in travel) and a rear single shock (5.9-in travel).

The 2014 Yamaha TW200 comes with a base price of $4,590.

Hit the jump for more information on the Yamaha TW200.

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2013 Yamaha TW200

2013 Yamaha TW200

Anyone can enjoy an impressive riding experience with this Yamaha Dual Purpose TW200 because of its long list of impressive features and comfortable ride.

At the heart of this vehicle, you’ll find a 196cc air-cooled, four-stroke single, smooth-shifting five-speed transmission with manual clutch, internal engine counterbalance, and a maintenance-free CDI ignition system to ensure accurate, dependable spark for peak engine performance at all rpm.

Furthermore, the chassis includes the 33mm telescopic front fork with 6.3 inches of travel, lightweight box section swingarm and single rear shock with 5.9 inches of travel, and the hydraulic front disc brake that ensures better stopping power with less effort.

To get a better comfortable position, you’ll be provided with the big fat tires along with a low seat and compact chassis.You’ll also get the standard instrumentation including a speedometer with odometer and resettable tripmeter as well as indicator lights for neutral, high beam, and turn signals.

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2012 Yamaha Dual Purpose TW200

2012 Yamaha Dual Purpose TW200

Entry level bikes are important because they give upstart riders a chance to learn the ropes before they move on to the bigger and more powerful variety. The Yamaha TW200 is a bike that fits that description to a tee, a perfect introductory model to get newbies on the saddle.

It doesn’t come with world-beating performance numbers - the bike’s 196cc air-cooled SOHC 4-stroke 2-valve engine doesn’t scream power at all - but what it does offer is a basic feel of what off-road bikes are capable.

The TW200 is a well balanced dual-sport bike that is openly inviting new riders to hop on and take it for a ride. A lot of people will ride and move on to bigger and better bikes in the future, but before you get to that stage you still have to start somewhere.

That ’somewhere’ is the Yamaha TW200 and it’s a good bet that it’s ideally-suited for novice riders the world over.

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2011 Yamaha TW200

2011 Yamaha TW200

The 2011 Yamaha TW200’s reputation as a fantastic all-purpose ride is greatly highlighted by the fact that anybody can have a good time with it on just about every imaginable surface. It certainly doesn’t matter if you’re a newbie or a vet; the TW200 takes care of everybody without bias or prejudice.

One of the more important characteristics of the bike are the big fat tires that deliver great traction and rider comfort over a wide range of terrain. A compact chassis and a low seat configuration also helps in making the bike one of the most user-friendly two-wheeled vehicles in the market.

Quite simply, it’s the embodiment of comfort and versatility, a throwback to a time where both elements were absolute necessities. The bike certainly helps make a case for itself by offering plenty of features that riders want to have in their bikes without compromising the extensive work and laborious detail that comes with building a bike that makes a name for itself in terms of overall versatility.

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2010 Yamaha TW200

2010 Yamaha TW200

Impossible to miss in Yamaha’s 2010 dual-sport lineup is the TW200, an easy to spot and recognize motorcycle due to its beefy tires. This bike carries on without change, showing that Yamaha can be as constant as it is fun. Being around for decades, the Yamaha TW200 has surely got the recipe right from the very beginnings, and this is just a happy career that we’re looking at.

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1987 - 2008 Yamaha TW200

1987 - 2008 Yamaha TW200

Big boys toys aren’t necessarily massive machines with great amounts of horsepower. Fun machines are often small and attractive looking, kind of like the ones in the pictures attached.

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2007 Yamaha TW200

2007 Yamaha TW200

WHERE TO?
TW200’s low, thick seat, sport/plush suspension and those distinctive fat tires all work together to serve up a smooth ride over all sorts of surfaces. Gas up and go.

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