A Japanese muscle cruiser with a 1,853 cc air-cooled V-twin engine producing 101 hp and a whopping 124 lb-ft of torque, designed to excel in the large-displacement cruiser market.
An adventure bike powered by a 1,199 cc parallel-twin engine generating 110 hp and 84 lb-ft of torque, equipped with a cross-plane crankshaft for offroad traction.
Part of Yamaha's Sport Heritage series, the XSR-900 features an 890 cc inline-3 engine delivering 115 hp and 65 lb-ft of torque, boasting a modern cafe-racer design with old-school style.
Originally known as the FZ-09, this sporty inline-triple middleweight bike offers a balanced performance and value, with an 890 cc engine producing 117 hp and 69 lb-ft of torque.
A popular middleweight supersport bike, the Yamaha R6 is equipped with a 599 cc inline-4 engine capable of 118 hp and 48 lb-ft of torque, making it an exceptional track-oriented motorcycle.
Yamaha R7 OW-02: A rare homologation special from 1999, the Yamaha R7 OW-02 features a 749 cc inline-4 engine that can be modified to unleash its true potential of 133 hp and 53 lb-ft of torque.
A well-regarded sport-touring bike powered by a 1,298 cc inline-4 engine generating 141 hp and 99 lb-ft of torque, known for its comfort, handling, and acceleration.
A flagship naked bike, the Yamaha MT-10, features a 998 cc inline-4 engine with a cross-plane crankshaft, producing 163 hp and 83 lb-ft of torque, equipped with advanced electronic aids.
A beloved muscle cruiser, the V-Max, comes with a 1,679 cc V4 engine capable of 194 hp and 123 lb-ft of torque, known for its advanced features and impressive performance.
The top-of-the-line YZF-series superbike, the Yamaha YZF-R1M, is powered by a 998 cc inline-4 engine with 198 hp and 83 lb-ft of torque, featuring advanced MotoGP-inspired technology and electronic aids.