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2005 Yamaha Xv1700am Cruiser on mail.2040motos

US $6,495.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:24 ColorColor: BK

Covina, California, US

Covina, CA, US
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TypeType:Cruiser Stock NumberStock Number:U30558 PhonePhone:8776471505

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2005 YAMAHA XV1700AM, Call 1-877-647-1505 for a great deal on this unit.

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Rumor Mill: Yamaha To Make R400 and R650

Thu, 25 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Yamaha is set to put into production two new sporty bikes — the R400 and R650 —  according to “Young Machine” a Japanese motorcycle magazine. If true, this would fill a huge void in the manufacturer’s beginner sportbike bike lineup. It would make sense, considering the success of Suzuki’s SV650 (which later morphed into the Gladius and is now the SFV650), Kawasaki’s Ninja 650 (ER-6 in other markets), and even Honda’s CBR500R.

Yamaha Teases New Supersport Reveal for Nov. 3 + Video

Wed, 01 Oct 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Yamaha fans expecting to hear big news from the Tuning Fork brand at Intermot may be a bit disappointed the Cologne show only brought us a refreshed XJR1300, the MT-07 Moto Cage stunt variant and a futuristic three-wheeled concept model. The first two aren’t likely to come to North America and the third might never see production. But fear not, as while most of the motorcycle world was focused on Intermot, Yamaha released a video teasing a “new era” supersport announcement for Nov.

Recall for 2011 Yamaha FJR1300

Mon, 11 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Yamaha is initiating a recall campaign the 2011 FJR1300, just a week after a separate recall for the 2006-2009 versions of the sport touring motorcycle. Like the earlier campaign, the recall for the 2011 Yamaha FJR1300 is for an electrical issue,  this time for the brake lights. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, brake light on affected units may not illuminate when the front brake lever is applied because the activating mechanism in the brake switch can bind.