2000 Yamaha Road Star Silverado — Cruiser Motortrend

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2000 Yamaha Road Silverado – Cruiser

2000 Road Star Silerado

• Yamaha Road Star

If you believe there’s more to than work, and the real of freedom 55 is riding your without a care at 55 mph, the heart of a cruiser beats you. If you believe that and leather are the basic building of life, and that the only artery is made of asphalt jump on a Yamaha and experience the of cruising the endless black

Yamaha cruisers … customize free time.

Motorcycling’s Displacement V-Twin Cruiser

The pushrod, air-cooled, belt-driven, Road Star rumbles the new millennium with a special-edition the Road Star MM Limited. The Star, Road Star and Road Star MM Limited into the new century with the and performance expected of Yamaha’s line. The heart of the Road is still its 98-cubic-inch, 48-degree, pushrod V-twin engine delivers a combination of subtle and character.

Designed to maximize the experience with all the nostalgia of earliest roots. The Road engine is designed to run at low rpm while providing a distinctive pulsing while pumping out excellent This is achieved with a … (113mm) engine immense crankshaft and pushrod actuation.

The Road Star also has the engine height of any large cruiser, further enhancing its low style and riding attitude.

engine features include lightweight pistons, ceramic-composite liners for improved cooling and auto decompression for easy semi-dry sump oil system, and a 40mm Mikuni carburetor throttle position sensor and accelerator pump for strong response.

The cruiser riding experience be nothing without two key elements: the to customize and, above style. Yamaha’s belt-drive and deeply valanced steel make for easy customization, still providing the timeless of yesteryear. And should one want to add pipes, the Road Star’s system makes it easy to out the stock units.

Then, of there’s the Silverado, Yamaha’s touring version of the Road which features leather studded seats and backrest, wider and more comfortable an adjustable windshield and classic tires.

Classic looks and notwithstanding, the Road Star is a modern-day, high-tech machine. For the instrument panel, encased in a housing, includes twin meters, clock, fuel low fuel light, high turn and neutral indicators. also a self-diagnosis system for the speed sensor and fuel

Yamaha also offers than 160 attractive Star accessories, including leather seats, billet chrome and several Road Star-spec sizes specially designed to fit the Star.

The Road Star MM comes in Pearl White, and be available in dealerships nationwide January 2000 at a manufacturer’s retail price of $10,799 US.

Yamaha Road Star Silverado S
Yamaha Road Star Silverado S

The Road Star comes in Crimson/Cherry Red and Deep Purple, a manufacturer’s suggested retail of $10,599 US (Onyx and Deep and $10,699 US (Crimson/Cherry Red). The Star Silverado is available in Mist/Charcoal Metallic and Cranberry Red at a suggested retail price of US.

The Road Star comes a one-year unlimited mileage


Model Road Silverado

M.S.R.P. $12,199.00*

Engine 1602cc, 98-Cubic Pushrod, OHV, Air-Cooled, 48°

Displacement 1602cc

Bore x Stroke 95 X 113mm

Yamaha Road Star Silverado S
Yamaha Road Star Silverado S
Yamaha Road Star Silverado S
Yamaha Road Star Silverado S
Yamaha Road Star Silverado S
Yamaha Road Star Silverado S


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