Is a Yamaha XT250 street legal?

September 1, 2019 Off By idswater

Is a Yamaha XT250 street legal?

Warm-up is instantaneous and throttle response is much crisper and far more predictable. The Yamaha XT250 is one of the few dual-sport motorcycles around with a low seat height that is still street legal. Fuel injection makes life easy with the XT.

What will replace the Yamaha XT250?

Some competitors for the Yamaha XT250 would include the Kawasaki KLX230, Honda CRF250L, and Kawasaki KLX250.

What is replacing the Vmax?

After a 35-year run, the Yamaha VMAX is dead after 2020. But the simple equation is why the VMAX became the muscle bike by which all others were judged. The power cruiser that begat and then killed Harley-Davidson’s radical V-Rod. The monster that made machines like the Ducati Diavel possible.

Is Yamaha XT250 Made in Japan?

Yamaha Serow ends production in Japan, still available in US, other markets. Also known as the XT225, (now the XT250 because of the uprated 249 cc engine) the slim and light Serow is named after the Japanese deer, “Capricornis crispus” or the coarse pelt deer, which is a national symbol.

How much does a Yamaha XT250 cost?

From $5,199
2021 Yamaha XT250/MSRP

How much horsepower does a Yamaha XT250 have?

19 HP
2021 Yamaha XT250 Specifications

ENGINE
Power 19 HP
Bore x Stroke 74.0mm x 58.0mm
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Fuel System Yamaha Fuel Injection (YFI)

Are Yamaha XT250 fuel injected?

The XT250’s fuel injection offers smooth throttle response and easy starting in nearly all conditions. Electric start makes firing up the 249cc four-stroke effortless. 245mm front disc and 203mm rear disc brakes combine to deliver superb stopping power on both paved and unpaved surfaces.

Why is Yamaha discontinuing the VMAX?

With stricter emission norms burdening automakers, Yamaha’s reason to stop pouring money into developing a new VMAX made sense. This inevitably paved way for the power cruiser’s demise post-2020. The lack of Euro 5 compliance and falling sales led to Yamaha discontinuing the VMAX.