Yamaha has a wide variety of off road, dual purpose and motocross models for 2013. We’ve already covered the YZ motocross line and several WR off road and dual purpose models here “2013 Yamaha WR and YZ Motorcycle Model Lineup.” We’ll tackle the rest of the lineup here.
2013 Dual Purpose Models
Ride the trails on the weekend and to work Monday, all on the same motorcycle. Yamaha’s dual purpose models are 100 percent street legal but tough enough to handle any off road experience.
Yamaha gave the XT250 a number of upgrades for 2013. Perhaps the biggest is a fuel injection system that provides easy starting and smooth throttle response. The XT250 also received upgrades to the piston and crankshaft to combine for improved heat dissipation, better performance and increased power.
With electric start and street legal features like the Enduro-style headlight, flex-mounted turn indicators, rear view mirrors and redesigned, compact instrument panel with digital readouts for speedometer, odometer, dual tripmeters, clock and indicator lights for low fuel, the XT250 makes for a great commuter bike. But don’t limit your riding to paved surfaces. An impressive 11.2 inches of ground clearance means the XT250 is just as much at home on the trails.
There’s plenty of power in the fuel-injected, air-cooled, four-stroke, single-cylinder 249 cc engine with a compression ratio of 9.5:1. The XT250 has a five-speed transmission and chain final drive. Stopping power is more than adequate via the 245 mm front disc and 203 mm rear disc.
Along with that incredible 11.2 inches of ground clearance, the 35 mm telescopic front fork provides 8.9 inches of travel and the rear suspension, swingarm with a rebound-adjustable single shock, has 7.1 inches of travel so you’re ready for any surface that stands between you and your destination.
The XT250 has a manageable 31.9 inch seat height, which is pretty amazing considering the ground clearance on this bike. Wheelbase is 53.5 inches and wet weight is a svelte 291 pounds. The fuel tank only holds 2.6 gallons of fuel, but with an estimated 76 mpg that’s good for a little less than 200 miles between fill ups.
Yamaha backs the XT250 with a one year limited factory warranty. It’s available in two-tone White and Blue with a base MSRP for 2013 of $5,190. The 2013 Yamaha XT250 is at your local dealership now.
Beginners and veteran riders alike will enjoy the confidence-inspiring TW200. Fat tires, comfortable seat height, compact chassis and full street equipment make the TW200 capable of handling any on- or off-road situation. The TW200 is outfitted with an electric starter and instrument panel that includes speedometer, odometer, resettable tripmeter and indicator lights for neutral, high beams and turn signals.
Its air-cooled, four-stroke, SOHC, 196 cc engine is equipped with a 28 mm Mikuni carburetor and has a compression ratio of 9.5:1. The TW200 has a five-speed transmission and chain final drive. There’s a single 220 mm disc front brake and a 110 mm drum rear brake.
The 33 mm telescopic front fork has 6.3 inches of travel and the single rear shock provides 5.9 inches of travel. Even with 10.4 inches of ground clearance the seat height is only 31.1 inches. Wheelbase is 52.2 inches and wet weight is 278 pounds. Fuel capacity is 1.8 gallons, combined with an estimated 78 mpg for a between-fill-up range of right around 140 miles.
The TW200 carries Yamaha’s standard one year limited factory warranty. It’s available in the two-tone White and Blue. The 2013 Yamaha TW200 has a base MSRP of $4,590 and should be on showroom floors now.
2013 Off Road Models
Built for the trails and inspired by Yamaha’s YZ motocross lineup, these off road bikes will provide hours and miles of fun with family and friends. Yamaha’s TT-R line is designed especially for beginner to intermediate riders, or veteran riders just looking for some affordable fun in the mud.
Borrowing frame and suspension design from Yamaha’s YZ motocross line, the WR450F is full of power and dependability. Equipped with a two-mode, digital enduro computer the WR450 offers riders the choice of basic mode with speedometer, clock, tripmeter and more, or race mode with pace management functions like time, distance-compensating tripmeter, average speed and more.
It sports a liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, DOHC, four-stroke engine with five titanium valves and a compression ratio of 12.3:1. It has a five-speed transmission with chain final drive. The 48 mm, inverted front fork is fully adjustable and has 11.8 inches of travel. The single rear shock is also fully adjustable with 11.6 inches of travel. Single disc brakes on each wheel, 250 mm in front and 245 mm in the back, provide plenty of stopping power.
There’s a generous 13.2 inches of ground clearance on the WR450F and a seat height of 37.8 inches. Wheelbase is 57.7 inches and wet weight is 273 pounds with a fuel capacity of 2.7 gallons. The WR450F has a 30-day limited factory warranty. It’s available in the two-tone Team Yamaha Blue and White. Base MSRP for the 2013 Yamaha WR450F is $8,290. It will be at dealerships in October 2012.
Designed for intermediate riders, older youths and adults the Yamaha TT-R230 is a serious trail bike with handling and styling inspired by Yamaha’s YZ Motocross line. Its long, low, flat competition-style gripper seat provides plenty of room for rider movement.
The TT-R230 features an air-cooled, SOHC, four-stroke 223 cc engine with a Teikei carburetor and compression ratio of 9.5:1. Firing up the bike is as simple as pushing the electric starter. A six-speed transmission and chain final drive deliver power to the rear wheel. There’s a 220 mm front disc brake and 130 mm rear drum brake.
The TT-R230 has 11.6 inches of ground clearance and the telescopic front fork affords 9.4 inches of travel while the single rear shock has 8.7 inches of travel. Seat height is 34.3 inches. Wheelbase is 54.5 inches The TT-R230 has a wet weight of 251 pounds and will hold 2.1 inches of fuel.
Yamaha backs the TT-R230 with a 90 day limited factory warranty. It’s available in two-tone Team Yamaha Blue and White. Base MSRP on the 2013 Yamaha TT-R230 is $3,990 and it will be at dealerships in October 2012.
Bigger kids to adults will love the big fun in this small package. The TT-R125LE supplies smooth, predictable power and a convenient electric starter to help intermediate and beginning riders develop confidence. The Yamaha TT-R125LE is powered by an air-cooled, SOHC, four-stroke 124 cc engine with 20 mm Mikuni carburetor and a compression ratio of 10.0:1. It has a five-speed transmission and chain final drive. Braking power comes via a single 220 mm front disc and 110 mm rear drum.
The TT-R125LE can handle most terrains with its 11.6 inches of ground clearance and 31 mm telescopic front fork’s 7.1 inches of travel and single rear shock providing 6.6 inches of travel. Seat height is 31.7 inches and wheelbase is 50 inches. Wet weight is 198 pounds with 1.6 gallons of fuel capacity.
There’s a 90 day limited factory warranty. The color package is Team Yamaha Blue and White. Base MSRP on the 2013 Yamaha TT-R125LE is $3,290. It hits dealerships in October 2012.
Smaller riders will feel right at home on the TT-R110E. It has a low seat height, but plenty of ground clearance to take on any trail. It’s equipped with an air-cooled, SOHC, four-stroke 110 cc engine with Mikuni carburetor and a 9.3:1 compression ratio. It sports a four-speed transmission with chain final drive. The TT-R110E has drum brakes, 95 mm in front and 110 mm in the rear.
Ground clearance is 7.1 inches and the 31 mm telescopic front fork has 4.5 inches of travel and the rear suspension, a Monocross swingarm with coil spring and gas-oil damper, has 4.3 inches of travel. Seat height is 26.4 inches, which should accommodate must sized riders. Wheelbase is 42.5 inches. The fuel tank holds a full gallon and wet weight is 159 pounds.
Yamaha gives the TT-R110E a 90 day limited factory warranty. It comes in Team Yamaha Blue and White. Base MSRP on the 2013 Yamaha TT-R110E is $2,240. It should on showroom floors now.
The smallest of the TT-R series of dirt bikes, the TT-R50E is the perfect choice for a beginning rider, or for just have loads of fun riding in the dirt. It has an air-cooled, SOHC, four-stroke 49 cc engine with a Mikuni carburetor and compression ratio of 9.5:1. The three-speed transmission has an automatic clutch and chain final drive. Braking is provided via 80 mm drums front and back.
The TT-R50E has 5.3 inches of ground clearance and the inverted telescopic front fork has 3.8 inches of travel and the single rear shock provides 2.8 inches of travel. Seat height is 21.9 inches so even the smallest riders will feel confident putting both feet on the ground. Wheelbase is 36.4 inches. It has a wet weight of 126 pounds and holds .82 gallons of fuel.
Yamaha’s standard 90 day limited factory warranty applies. The 2013 Yamaha TT-R50E comes in Team Yamaha Blue and White with a base MSRP of $1,540. It will be available in November 2012.
Made for the beginner, the PW50 features a fully automatic transmission and adjustable throttle so mom and dad can gradually increase available speed as their rider’s skills improve. And with a shaft final drive there’s no messy chain maintenance to worry about.
The PW50 has an air-cooled, two-stroke 49 cc engine with VM12 carburetor and 6.0:1 compression ratio. Brakes drums front and rear supply plenty of stopping power. Seat height is 19.1 inches and ground clearance is 4.1 inches. A telescopic front fork provides 2.4 inches of travel and the unit swingarm has 2.0 inches of rear travel. The PW50 weighs 86 pounds ready to ride and holds just over half a gallon of fuel.
Yamaha gives the PW50 a 90 day limited factory warranty. The 2013 Yamaha PW50 is available in Team Yamaha Blue and White with a base MSRP of $1,440 and should be in dealerships now.
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