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YAMAHA FJR1300 – OVERALL VERDICT

Engine
The Yamaha FJR1300 has the burden of power and four cylinders is 99 ft / lb torque 7K regimes too. This means grunt and a lot of it, more than enough to help two people, plus loads of kit, exceed safe on the road. You’ll probably get about 40-45mpg of the Yamaha FJR1300 good performance, and usually very reliable engine.

Ride and handling
For its weight and size, Yamaha FJR1300 handles. You will not be cut with Sprint ST riders on the roads of Provence, but the FJR1300 the huge 48mm forks and monoshock line can be put in place for semi-sporty riding mood if you – the pre-back east adjustable via a lever in a few seconds. Pillion loads of room.
Equipment
Bags have been mounting on the standard Yamaha FJR1300 from 2006, and a small rack, over ABS is standard. The automatic version is heated face, plus it has adjustable handlebars, the windshield and seat heights under the 2006 reform package. The Yamaha FJR1300 is undeniably a motorcycle well equipped and is competing strongly with the cost of a fully kitted Beemer or pan-euro
Quality and Reliability
It is a bit more of a question mark on the automatic gearbox version of the Yamaha FJR1300, because it will take time and a lot of miles to suss. But all the details on the A and shows that Yamaha models are determined to produce a genuine file motorcycle tourism, it should be more durable, low maintenance machine 60000 km hiking pleasant as many oddball a European rival.
Worth
The Yamaha FJR1300 motorcycle represents charges for money and ready to head to Spain the right of the showroom floor, unlike some competitors who need expensive options baggage. The key factor on the Yamaha FJR1300A is that it looks, feels and rides like it was specifically designed for two people waft luxury for two weeks of the motorcycle leisure. It offers all levels.
Model History
2001: Yamaha FJR1300A launched.
2006: Redesigned Yamaha FJR1300A and models emerge, new fairing wider range of screen adjustment and height-adjustable seat and handlebars. Baggage now standard, not optional, and the model has heated handles standard mounting.
Other versions
Yamaha FJR1300AS: Same as standard model but with gearbox semi-automatic button works on the handlebars, or through gear lever.

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