Yamaha dual sport 2015

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Overview

Ultra-Low Seat, Ultra-Dual Sport.

The TW200 features a long lasting, reliable engine, electric start and full street equipment for comfortable on and off-road capability. Plus its extra low seat height and simple, ease of use inspires great confidence.

2015 Yamaha TW200 Key Features:

• 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.

2015 Yamaha TW200 Features and Benefits:

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 foot pegs 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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2015 Yamaha XT250
2015 Yamaha XT250

2015 Yamaha XT250
2015 Yamaha XT250

2015 Yamaha XT250
2015 Yamaha XT250

2015 Yamaha XT250
2015 Yamaha XT250

2015 Yamaha XT250 Review

2015 Yamaha XT250 on www.Totalmotorcycle.com

All Road and Trails Lead Here…

The electric start, fuel injected 2015 XT250 is the bike for the person who wants the versatility to go wherever the road or trail might take them. Light and nimble with a low seat height and legendary Yamaha durability, the 2015 Yamaha XT is the perfect traveling companion.

Whether commuting to work or hitting the back country for a day of exploring, the ultra-reliable XT250 is a fun loving dual sport that is easy to ride. Light & nimble, with a low seat height, the fuel injected XT250 offers great versatility. Your adventure starts here.

76 MPG

2015 Yamaha XT250 www.Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features

/// Power
249cc, air-cooled, fuel injected, single overhead cam (SOHC), 2-valve, 4-stroke single produces predictable torque across the entire RPM range for great on- and off-road fun.


/// Performance
Lightweight chassis, long travel suspension and plenty of ground clearance provide a fun ride while the fuel injected engine is super fuel efficient.

Top Features:

•Long-travel suspension and more than 11.2 inches of ground clearance live under a seat only 31.9 inches from the ground.
•The XT250 has fuel injection for 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.

2015 Yamaha XT250 www.Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits

/// Engine
• 249cc, air-cooled, fuel injected, single overhead cam (SOHC), 2-valve, 4-stroke single produces easy to use power for daily commuting or exploring the back country.
• 4-stroke engine produces strong, predictable torque across the entire RPM range for great on- and off-road fun. It is very fuel efficient and environmentally friendly too.
• Convenient, no hassle push-button electric starting.
• 2-valve cylinder head. Straight design intake and exhaust tracts provide excellent cylinder filling efficiency for strong low and mid-range power.
• Single overhead camshaft is designed to provide good low and mid rpm torque. The conventional rocker arm design means fast, easy valve clearance adjustments.
• Automatic cam chain tensioner reduces mechanical engine noise and maintenance.
• Ceramic composite cylinder “bore” is a “liner less” design with the ceramic coating sprayed directly on the aluminum block. Benefits include; excellent heat dissipation for consistent power delivery, reduced weight and reduced friction.
• 74mm lightweight forged piston provides fast throttle response, excellent durability and less mechanical vibration.
• Lightweight ball bearing mounted crankshaft for excellent durability and fast engine response.
• Internal engine counter balancer reduces engine vibration to maximize rider comfort.
• Multi plate wet type clutch is utilized. Clutch lever pull is light and easy.
• Easy access element type oil filter. Oil filter housing is located on the right hand side of the engine for easy servicing.
• Maintenance-free TCI (transistor controlled) ignition controls the ignition mapping and produces a hot spark for fast, sure starts.
• 16 bit ECU (electronic control unit) controls the fuel injection process.
• 33mm, Mikuni throttle body fuel injection system. This system is a return-less FI system with TPS (throttle position sensor). It provides excellent throttle response, great fuel economy, reduced emissions and a choke-free design.
• A 10-hole fuel injector provides a 22 degree spray pattern for excellent fuel atomization and strong performance.
• 235 watt ACM (alternating current magneto) is used to power the fuel injection system plus the reminder of the electrical components.
• 2.8 litre air box is located under the seat and utilizes an easy to access viscous (paper type) air filter.
• Wide-ratio, 5-speed transmission and manual clutch are well suited to the engine’s power output for easy, relaxed riding.
• Steel exhaust system with heat shields on both the header pipe and muffler protect rider and passenger from accidental contact. Exhaust note is quiet and environmentally friendly. A US Forestry Approved spark arrestor protects Mother Nature.
• Air Induction System (AIS) injects fresh oxygen into the exhaust to insure complete combustion thereby reducing harmful hydro carbon and carbon monoxide (HC & CO) exhaust emissions.


/// Chassis/Suspension
• Semi-double cradle steel frame and an overall “wet” weight of only 132kg (291 lbs.), make the XT250 one of the lightest, most compact dual purpose machines on the market.
• Rugged, box section steel swing arm is fitted with easy-to-use eccentric chain adjusters
• 35mm KYB fork with 225mm (8.9″) of wheel travel soaks up the rough stuff, both on-road and off road. Rubber boots protect fork seals and tubes from dirt and grit damage.
• Lightweight aluminium lower triple clamp reduces weight.
• Link Monocross rear suspension features a spring preload adjustable shock. The adjustment range is 20mm (0.8″). Rear wheel travel is 180mm (7.1″)
• Low seat height of 810mm (31.9″) creates a low centre of gravity for added manoeuvrability and inspires confidence by allowing most riders to put both feet firmly on the ground.
• 285mm (11.2″) of ground clearance enhances off road use.
• 245mm front disc brake with twin piston Nissin caliper provides plenty of stopping power.
• 203mm rear disc brake is squeezed by a single piston Nissin caliper with rugged plastic caliper protector and an integrated (or 1 piece) rear master cylinder.
• 9.6 litre fuel tank features an in tank electric fuel pump. The low fuel warning light will come on with 2 litres of fuel remaining.
• 21″ front and 18″ rear lightweight DID alloy wheels are extremely durable and reduce unsprung weight for enhanced suspension performance.
• Long, YZ-inspired seat creates a balanced riding position and provides roomy comfort for both rider and passenger. The seat features a “pebble style” seat cover.
• Frame-mounted passenger footpegs provide two-up riding capability.
• Powerful, 60/55-watt, enduro-style, halogen headlight
• Small fairing helps reduce wind buffeting at highway speeds
• Compact digital instrumentation includes: speedometer, odometer, dual tripmeters and a clock. Other features include low fuel warning light, engine warning light and self-diagnosis function.


/// Features
• Serrated, folding steel footpegs
• Folding gear shift and rear brake lever tip
• Steering and helmet locks
• Locking fuel cap
• Convenient passenger hand rails
• Durable “O” ring chain
• Dependable, low-maintenance, sealed battery
• Flexible turn signals
• Easy-to-use, push-to-cancel turn signals
• Rubber “boots” on brake and clutch levers help reduce mud and dirt damage.


2015 Yamaha XT250 – www.Totalmotorcycle.com USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $5,190 – Team Yamaha Blue/White – Available from June 2014

Engine
Engine Type 249cc air-cooled, SOHC 4-stroke single
Bore x Stroke 74.0 x 58.0mm
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Fuel Delivery Fuel Injection
Ignition TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition
Transmission 5-speed; multiple-disc wet clutch
Final Drive Chain

Chassis
Suspension / Front 35mm telescopic fork; 8.9-in travel
Suspension / Rear Swingarm w/rebound-adjustable single shock; 7.1-in travel
Brakes / Front 245mm disc
Brakes / Rear 203mm disc
Tires / Front 2.75-21
Tires / Rear 120/80-18

Dimensions
L x W x H 84.6 x 31.7 x 45.7 in
Seat Height 31.9 in
Wheelbase 53.5 in
Ground Clearance 11.2 in
Fuel Capacity 2.6 gal / California model 2.4 gal
Fuel Economy** 76
Wet Weight*** 291 lb

Other
Warranty 1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)




2015 Yamaha XT250 – www.Totalmotorcycle.com Canadian Specifications/Technical Details
Canada MSRP Price: $5,149 CDN

/// ENGINE
ENGINE
Air-cooled, SOHC, 2-valve, single
DISPLACEMENT
249cc
BORE AND STROKE
74 x 58mm
COMPRESSION RATIO
9.5:1
MAXIMUM TORQUE
2.0kg-m (14.5 ft-lb)@ 6,500 rpm
FUEL DELIVERY
Mikuni 33mm throttle body fuel injection
ESTIMATED FUEL CONSUMPTION±
30.5kpl / 87mpg (Imp.)
LUBRICATION
Wet sump
IGNITION / STARTING
TCI / Electric Start
TRANSMISSION
5-speed
FINAL DRIVE
“O” ring chain


/// CHASSIS
SUSPENSION (FRONT)
35mm fork / 225mm (8.9″) travel
SUSPENSION (REAR)
Adjustable Link Monocross / 180mm (7.1″) travel
BRAKES (FRONT)
245mm disc / twin piston
BRAKES (REAR)
203mm disc / single piston
TIRES (FRONT)
2.75 x 21
TIRES (REAR)
120/80-18


/// CRITICAL DATA
LENGTH
2,150mm (84.6″)
WIDTH
805mm (31.7″)
HEIGHT
1,160mm (45.7″)
WHEELBASE
1,360mm (53.5″)
GROUND CLEARANCE
285mm (11.2″)
SEAT HEIGHT
810mm (31.9″)
FUEL CAPACITY
9.6 litres (2.1 imp. gallons)
WET WEIGHT
132kg (291 lb)
COLOUR(S)
Yamaha Blue

Specifications, appearance, and price of product are subject to change without notice.

* MSRP does not include freight, PDI (Pre Delivery Inspection), pre-rigging (boats), or taxes. Dealer may sell for less. See your local dealer for out the door pricing.

± Fuel economy estimates are based on US EPA exhaust emission certification data obtained by Yamaha and converted into Canadian measurements. Your actual mileage will vary depending on road condition, how you ride, maintain your vehicle, accessories, cargo and operator/passenger weight.

Manufacturer Specifications and appearance are subject to change without prior notice on Total Motorcycle (TMW).

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Yamaha XT250 Design

  • Halogen lighting
  • Passenger ready
  • LCD instrumentation
  • Extended range

Two things that I find notable about the XT250 — each one not so much individually, but together, yes — are the relatively low seat height and and the more-than-adequate ground clearance. Off-road bikes are usually quite tall, so the seat height of less-than-32 inches is low for an off-road capable bike, yet the ground clearance is a skosh over 11 inches — still quite respectable. Kudos Yamaha.

The XT250 handles very nicely, even at low speeds and given that the turning angle is 51 degrees — almost into trials-bike territory — and has a short wheelbase, it’s no surprise that it has a super-tight turning radius and maneuverability worth mentioning. And it’s lightweight, only 291 pounds.

The compact LCD instrument panel has green background lighting. It’s supposed to make it easier to see, and I suppose it does, but I prefer analog gauges. Those dials are easier for me to read at a glance, but they do add weight to the handlebars that would not be welcome here.

Anything that sticks out is vulnerable when heading off into the woods, so the flex-mounted turn-signals are a check in the plus column. When you take a street-legal bike off the pavement into the woods, you want it to still be street-legal when you come out.

Yamaha wants you to believe the seat is comfortable. I’m not going to endorse that, but it is as two-up friendly as I’ve seen. The XT250 has frame-mounted passenger footpegs for those times you want to take off with a friend.

As far as the highway goes, you’re okay. The XT250 cruises at 60 mph without having to wind it up tighter than Dick’s handband, but stay off the interstate. I don’t think you want to maintain 70 mph, at least not for any length of time, and you’ll have no roll-on at that speed. As a commuter or a bopping-around-town bike, it’s awesome. For heading off for some light off-road fun, you’ve got it made. You’ll have to decide if the 2.6-gallon fuel tank is enough for your travels.

Yamaha XT250 Chassis

  • Semi-double-cradle steel frame
  • Nimble 51° maximum turning angle
  • Ample ground clearance with relatively low seat height

Off-road riders have long maintained that steel frames provide just the right amount of flex and give that takes the edge off the rudest bumps, and Yamaha took that to heart. The XT250 runs with a steel backbone with a single downtube and bolted on double-cradle to support the engine and complete the assembly.

While Yamaha displays an awareness of the dangers associated with off-road riding by adding fork boots and a wide front fender, I wonder at the lack of a skid plate to protect the engine against terrain strikes. Sure, the double-cradle frame provides some protection, but not as much as a proper plate. The steering head layout gives us a 26.4-degree rake and 4.2 inches of trail for fairly nimble handling. Add that to what I already mentioned about the turning angle that swings through a full 51 degrees and you have the capability of very tight maneuvers at low speeds.

A set of 35 mm forks support the front end, and a monoshock on a progressive linkage tames the swingarm. True to its nature, suspension travel strikes a balance between street-size strokes and full-blown motocross. The front forks provide 8.9 inches of travel, but no adjustments of any sort, while the rear shock gives up 7.1 inches of travel and comes with adjustable rebound damping plus the usual preload adjuster. This combination gives the XT250 a comfortable ride on poor roads and off-road, but you can’t quite treat it like you would a dedicated dirt machine.

The XT250 rolls on laced aluminum rims, with an 18-incher in back and a big, 21-incher up front. Both the size and choice of rim construction is geared toward the brown and the street-flats on the knobby tires help keep it dirty-side down when the brown turns back to black. A dual-pot caliper pinches a 245 mm single disc up front and a single-pot caliper pinches a 203 mm disc in back.

Frame construction, suspension components, and wheel diameter all add up to a compact, 53.5-inch wheelbase and 84.6-inch overall length. Ground clearance is sufficient for rough terrain at 11.2 inches, and the seat stays below the nosebleed section at 31.9 inches off the ground.

Yamaha XT250 Drivetrain

  • 249 cc thumper
  • Responsive power
  • Wide-ratio five-speed transmission

Yamaha powers the XT250 with its four-cycle, 249 cc thumper. It keeps the mill light and simple with air cooling instead of complicating things with a water jacket and radiator. A forged piston rides within a bore that comes plated for lowered skirt-to-cylinder friction and increased thermal transfer, and a single, over-head cam actuates the twin valves in the head. Bore and stroke measure out at 74 mm and 58 mm, respectively, for a significantly oversquare configuration.

Yamaha’s fuel-injection system feeds the little beast, and a transistor-controlled ignition (TCI) handles the sparkage for a long-legged, 76 mpg. Power figures vary depending on whose dyno was used, but unofficially the XT250 puts out something between 16 and 18 ponies. This is barely enough for highway speeds, but is fine for its designed purpose and makes the XT250 capable in rough terrain and on other-than-interstate roads.

Yamaha XT250 Pricing

MSRP on the 2021 XT250 is $5,199, same as it has for several years now. Yamaha covers your XT250 with a one-year limited factory warranty.

Yamaha XT250 Competitors

Right off the top of my head, I want to look at the CRF250L from Honda, but it seems more road oriented, being a bigger, heavier bike. Instead, let’s go with the DR200S from Suzuki. It’s a proper little dual sport with an air-cooled engine.

Suzuki DR200S

Visually the two are very similar. Both carry the front fender on the tripletree to keep unsprung weight low at the front wheel, and follow the typical dual-sport design with the Suzuki showing more in the way of dirt bike undertones. The upper lines tumble from the headlight housing down the sharp rise in the fuel tank to the gentle swale of the bench seat that leaves plenty of room for weight shifts on both models.

Suspension is roughly equivalent, as well. Neither offer any adjustment to the front forks, and the Suzuki rear shock only allows for preload changes, but no damping adjustment. The Suzuki suspension provides 8.1 inches of travel all around versus 8.9-inches front and 7.1-inches rear travel with the Yamaha. Lack of all-around disc brakes was something of a surprise on the Suzuki with its mechanical drum rear binder — not exactly a selling point, guys.

Both motors run with air-cooling and a SOHC arrangement, but the Suzuki is a bit smaller than the 249 cc Yamaha at only 199 cc. Suzuki kept things simpler with a carburetor instead of using fuel injection to manage induction, and I do not count that as a strike against it, in fact I consider the carb to be a bonus. To be fair, this is mainly because I know how to work on carbs and I don’t need fancy tech tools, but I realize not everyone enjoys such knowledge and will prefer an injected motor with the expensive diagnostic tools that go with it. To each his or her own.

Suzuki picks up a small victory at the till with a much smaller sticker price, no surprise. At $4,649, the DR200S leaves a lot of money on the table for gear and accessories compared to the $5,199 starting price on the XT250. Of course, you get a bit more motor on the XT for that price, but depending on how you plan to use it, the 199 cc plant in the DR might just be enough.

Read our full review of the Suzuki DR200S.

He Said

My husband and fellow motorcycle writer, TJ Hinton, says, “Another little dual-sport, and another little bike that does two different things, and neither as well as a purpose-built bike in a traditional genre. While I suppose, theoretically, it keeps you from having to buy two separate bikes, I suspect the main benefit is that you can ride your dirt bike down the street to your favorite trail or whatever, and save having to buy a trailer and a truck with which to haul it around. Honestly, at this size, dual-sports are kind of pointless unless you’re using one as a trainer for a big dual-sport or a proper adventure bike.”

She Said

“I disagree with my husband on this one. I think these little 250 cc dual sport bikes have their place. Some folks don’t want or need a bigger engine and aren’t looking to upgrade to a big adventure bike. They’re inexpensive, spunky little bikes and so much fun to tear up the field. Who wouldn’t want one in the garage?

Yamaha XT250 Specifications

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