Yamaha V Star 250 Review — Yamaha V-Star Forum

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Yamaha V-Star 250

Yamaha V Star 250 Review

RE: V Star 250 Review

I saw this so I I’d join the forum and a Yamaha 250 V Star review. not a professional journalist or anything, so that in mind. I’ve had my for 2-3 years. Now keep in mind is a pretty tiny engine. The thing is it gets great

I get 75+ MPG. The bad thing is there is no gauge on my bike. I don’t if they plan on changing but you just have to pay attention to the and use some common sense. It isn’t an expensive bike.

I paid a little under brand new for my model with all the fees, etc. It has a disc up front, and a drum brake in the (I would prefer 2 disc but who wouldn’t?).

The engine is air-cooled so no to worry about, and of course it is

It is of course a small bike. simple. A great bike for

The shifting works really and is clean and the bike shifts The bike handles pretty and it is light. I can’t remember the exactly, but I want to say it is under 330 lbs or so. Of having a small engine you have to rev it out pretty well at times to get it going.

And some think the bike sounds a bit or raspy or rumbly if that sense. A small engine/displacement has to rev out at to make power. what can I say to

I think the seat is pretty I’m not a tiny guy, but not either (5 feet 8 inches, and 185 pounds depending on what I for dinner). For longer rides. 2 hours I’ve kept

Not sure how much longer I want to ride on it, but that is you have with a smaller

Probably, other than a whiny or raspy engine, the that could be most are the brakes. When brake I the intial bite’ is a bit soft. is just me, however.

Some probably prefer that I guess you could get an upgraded set of for a better bite. My guess is is by design for newer riders who have a ton of experience so Yamaha want them to lock up the

I doubt we will see ABS put on these however, since that up the cost. A rear disc be nice, but as many people the front is the most important.

there you have it. Hopefully gives you some information if on the fence or considering getting a V 250. I think by spring/summer of year I will be upgrading and a more powerful bike, but for now works well for me.

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