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2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe: Voted Cool

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Sep 14, 2012 10:08 am

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2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe

New for 2013, the V Star 1300 Deluxe is the world’s first and only production midsize bagger...

Introducing the new 2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe, the only casual full dress touring machine in the mid displacement class. Brimming with features, the Yamaha Deluxe offers all day riding comfort with plenty of storage. The 2013 V-Star 1300 Deluxe delivers exceptional performance and value, making it the ideal choice for riders looking for high end appearance and features in a midsized cruiser.

All Dressed up With Everywhere to go.

Introducing the world's first production midsize bagger! Packed with features including a torquey 80 cubic inch engine, stylish and functional fork mounted fairing, fully integrated dash and audio system with iPod/iPhone 5 compatiliity, hand controller for audio, Garmin Zumo 665 motorcycle friendly navigation system (featuring XM satellite radio capability, bluetooth wireless, waterproof design, lane assist and 3D building view), hard bags with tons of storage, steel fenders and muchmore. The all new 2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe truly is in a class by itself.

The new V-Star 1300 Deluxe offers great touring comfort and reliability in an easy to handle mid-size package.

Powered by a 1304cc fuel injected, liquid-cooled V-Twin, the Deluxe also sports a classic-styled fairing, 28.5 litre hard shell saddlebags and an iPod / iPhone ready audio system with dual speakers. Add the Garmin Zumo 665 GPS nav system into the mix and you are ready to hit the open road for places unknown in comfort and style.








2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe Key Features

US MPG Fuel Consumption: NA mpg; Fuel Consumption ± 18kpl/51mpg(Imp)

Colour matched fairing with audio ready & navigation systems

Spacious locking hard saddlebags


The V Star 1300 Deluxe delivers exceptional value in the full-dress category, at a surprisingly low $13,690 MSRP, making it the ideal choice for the midsize cruiser rider wanting high-end appearance and features.

The fork mounted fairing offers riders great weather protection and dynamic, sporty good looks.

A fully integrated dash and audio system with iPod®/ iPhone® compatibility. Riders can control their music on a control pod located on the left handlebar.

The V Star 1300 Deluxe is equipped with a rugged, waterproof Garmin® zumo® 665 GPS. Features include motorcycle-friendly navigation, including weather and traffic conditions (if subscribed to monthly service), lane assist, and 3D building view. XM® satellite radio (with subscription) and Bluetooth® wireless functionality.

Hard, lockable side bags have spacious room for long trips or commuting.

Real steel fenders make V Star 1300 Deluxe ideal for customization.

The Star Accessories Catalog is packed full of high-quality parts that invite Star owners to fully express their individuality.


2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe - Specifications/Technical Details
Canada MSRP Price: $14,499 CDN
US MSRP Price: $13,690 (Deep Blue) USD


Engine Liquid-cooled, SOHC , 8-valve, 60°, V-twin
Displacement 1,304cc (80 cubic inch)
Bore and Stroke 100 x 83mm
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Maximum Torque 11.3 kg-m (81.8 ft-lb) @ 4,000 rpm
Fuel Delivery Mikuni dual bore 40mm F.I.
Estimated Fuel Consumption* 18kpl / 51mpg (Imp (NOT US imp.))
Ignition / Starting TCI / Electric
Transmission 5-speed
Final Drive Belt

Suspension (Front) 41mm fork
Suspension (Rear) Adjustable link Monocross
Brakes (Front) Dual 298mm discs
Brakes (Rear) 298mm disc
Tires (Front) 130/90-16
Tires (Rear) 170/70-16

Length 2,490mm (98")
Wheelbase 1,690mm (66.5")
Seat Height 690mm (27,2 ")
Fuel Capacity 18.5 litres (4.1 imp. gallons)
Colour(s) Purplish Metallic Blue
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Re: This Week - 2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe: Vote & Discu

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Sep 14, 2012 10:13 am

With the release of all the new 2013 Yamaha Motorcycle Models last night (now up on Total Motorcycle here: http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/motorcyc ... Yamaha.htm ) one of the new models by Yamaha for 2013 is the 2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe. I choose this model not only because it was brand new but because it seems to look quite Harley-Davidson-like and not a lot Yamaha like and thought it might made a good discussion.

What do you think? Would you go for a 2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe for $6000 cheaper than a Harley-Davidson Street Glide?

2013 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide
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Interesting stuff... or maybe I'm just crazy in thinking they look somewhat simular...

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Re: This Week - 2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe: Vote & Discu

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Sep 14, 2012 12:28 pm

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Christian Faucher said:
As someone already explained to me, there are 3 categories of customs:
* Less than 1200cc: Women customs
* 1200cc-1500cc: Midsize
* Above 1500cc: Real men customs...
LOL.

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Re: This Week - 2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe: Vote & Discu

Unread post by dr_bar » Fri Sep 14, 2012 4:49 pm

This barely made the "Cool" grade in my mind. As much as I like the bike, the Fairing doesnt work for me. No offence intended, but it looks like they went to the Harley parts bin for it. If I wanted a Harley fairing there is a whole selection of them out there to buy. Why not make it look like a Yamaha instead, be original.
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Unread post by ZRex » Fri Sep 14, 2012 5:14 pm

I voted Cool.

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Unread post by snakedoctEr726 » Sun Sep 16, 2012 4:21 am

Other companies really need to give up trying to clone Harley Davidson. I voted fail.

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Re: This Week - 2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe: Vote & Discu

Unread post by HYPERR » Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:22 am

totalmotorcycle wrote:
Christian Faucher said:
As someone already explained to me, there are 3 categories of customs:
* Less than 1200cc: Women customs
* 1200cc-1500cc: Midsize
* Above 1500cc: Real men customs...
LOL.

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Re: This Week - 2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe: Vote & Discu

Unread post by DavyP » Sun Sep 16, 2012 7:30 pm

I voted uncool. It's basically a stripped down version of the Star Venture, in my opinion.
As far as taking it over an HD Streetglide, I'll pay the extra for the HD.

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Unread post by sunshine229 » Mon Sep 17, 2012 9:39 pm

This is so not my style, I really can't see the appeal of this bike at all. And like everyone says, quit trying to copy a H-D!!!

Sorry, it's a fail for me. :(
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Unread post by ceemes » Tue Sep 18, 2012 6:06 am

this bike is why the phrase YamaDavidson was coined....Big "O Ring" Fail.
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Unread post by JackoftheGreen » Tue Sep 18, 2012 3:19 pm

I swear, I don't intentionally try to be contrary in the BotW discussions...
But I like this "Yamahawg" just fine. I appreciate Yamaha trying to move away from the bulbous, cop-bike look they've traditionally stuck with in their cruisers, and I'm impressed with the 'understated bagger' look. It's nice that you can get all the electronic bells and whistles on this, and the hardbags, without having to endure a giant front fairing with goofy lowers. And I actually like the fairing on this (other than the tall plexi -- have to change that out right away). It reminds me of the heads on the bad-a$$ aliens on "Pitch Black". The hardbags are handsome and the instrument cluster is up in the cocpit where it should be, and they pile it all onto a 1300cc with respectable gas mileage.

This time around, I'll agree that there are fairly noticeable similarities between this bike and the StreetGlide. Where they differ though, the Yamaha gets it better rather than worse -- I'm thinking specifically of the front fender, which looks like a mullet on the Harley, and the hardbags, which look like Wal-Mart $19.99 rollback toolboxes on the Harley. Also, that one-piece saddle with the vestigal pillion on the Harley would be useless for 2-Up riding and would look horrible with a sissy, whereas the Yamaha could ride 2Up just fine. What you should be asking yourself is this -- If Yamaha can 'clone' a H-D well enough that you feel compelled to comment on it, and then ask $6,000 less for that machine, why would you ever buy the H-D?

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Unread post by JackoftheGreen » Tue Sep 18, 2012 3:55 pm

I'm sorry, I just have to take this a step further. I read this garbage about 'clone' bikes every time a cruiser pops up in the BotW thread, and it irks me every time. The notion that one bike 'looks like' another, and that somehow that makes it less of a bike, is just silly. These aren't cars we're discussing, with oodles and oodles of design options for the engineers to mix and match. They're motorcycles, and there's only so many ways to design them. Two in-line tires, fenders over each, a saddle in the middle with an engine underneath and a gas tank ahead, and handlebars in front of the tank with a throttle, clutch and brake lever.

What do you want? Someone to build a motorcycle where the gas tank is mounted on the rear fender behind the rider, the radiator is mounted above the steering head and you steer with your feet clipped into large pylons extending from the front axle? Or the exhaust is configured sticking straight up from the sides like the stacks on a Peterbilt? If you want an indication of how a 'non-traditional' motorcycle is received by our community, go back through the archives here on TMW and read the discussions when the first Spyder RT showed up on BotW. I did, and I can tell with absolute certainty that nobody called it a clone of anything. No one called it a motorcycle, either.

So please, when deciding to write off a cruiser as a 'clone', limit your observations to the parts of the bike that can reasonably be designed and assembled in an original way. Shape of the tank, fenders, fairings and bags, profile of the saddle, layout of the instrument cluster and the shape and placement of the lighting components. And if you're not willing to stick to that when calling something a 'clone', please post some pictures of your bike with the gas tank mounted to the front forks, a bucket seat with a headrest and a square rear tire. I'd love to see what an 'original' cruiser looks like.

Okay, I'm done ranting. Let the flames begin.

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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Tue Sep 18, 2012 4:28 pm

Wow, this vote is going to be a close one!!
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Unread post by snakedoctEr726 » Wed Sep 19, 2012 1:26 am

JackoftheGreen wrote:I'm sorry, I just have to take this a step further. I read this garbage about 'clone' bikes every time a cruiser pops up in the BotW thread, and it irks me every time. The notion that one bike 'looks like' another, and that somehow that makes it less of a bike, is just silly. These aren't cars we're discussing, with oodles and oodles of design options for the engineers to mix and match. They're motorcycles, and there's only so many ways to design them. Two in-line tires, fenders over each, a saddle in the middle with an engine underneath and a gas tank ahead, and handlebars in front of the tank with a throttle, clutch and brake lever.
I understand that there has to be a certain level of similarity within the cruiser market. What seems to have happened with the V-star is Yamaha's legal department told the engineering/design teams "Ok guys, we're not allowed to build a street glide, so change a few things here and there until it's not violating any copyright laws". Then the marketing department followed up with "Don't bother designing anything original, the only reason we make these bikes is to pad our lineup".

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Unread post by JackoftheGreen » Wed Sep 19, 2012 3:20 pm

See, what's funny about that is that Yamaha's last cruiser featured here, the Raider SCL, was dragged over the coals for being too original. Seems they can't win...

I think this V-Star is a very real competitor to the StreetGlide, and give credit where credit is due. If you were shopping in this 'market niche', you'd have to consider the Deluxe (especially at the price point), and dismissing it as a 'clone' is just elitist HD fanboy speak. When Kia built the Optima, the automotive industry didn't scoff and call it an obvious Lexus clone -- they said 'Look out Lexus! Kia just ate your lunch!!' Same thing when Nissan bolted together the GT-R. It was open challenge to the guys at Porsche and Ferrari, a supercar that can keep up with their best models while asking 2/3 or even 1/2 the price.

This competition goes on everywhere, every day, and it what keeps manufacturers honest when deciding what their 'street cred' is worth. I acknowledge that street cred has a value all it's own, but let's be realistic when deciding just what that value is and should be.

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Unread post by HYPERR » Wed Sep 19, 2012 3:49 pm

I don't really see the similarity between the two bike... :boat:

They look pretty different to me. Fenders are different, fairing is different, hard bags are different, tanks are different, frame are different, seats are different, one is liquid cooled the other is air cooled, etc etc etc....in fact I don't see anything similar about the two bikes.
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Unread post by JackoftheGreen » Wed Sep 19, 2012 3:56 pm

Right!!

The only similarity is that they're both mid-sized cruisers with a sort of 'half-bagger' treatment. Hardbags and a medium fairing. Niche -- more tourer than cruiser, more cruiser than bagger.

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Unread post by HYPERR » Wed Sep 19, 2012 4:04 pm

snakedoctEr726 wrote:
I understand that there has to be a certain level of similarity within the cruiser market. What seems to have happened with the V-star is Yamaha's legal department told the engineering/design teams "Ok guys, we're not allowed to build a street glide, so change a few things here and there until it's not violating any copyright laws"
OK I'll bite. What do you find to be the similarities between this bike and the Street Glide and which of these components do Harley have "copyrights"? :ninja:
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Re: This Week - 2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe: Vote & Discu

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Thu Sep 20, 2012 5:43 pm

Wow, is it Thursday already? Man, where has time flown! (most likely the 50 ATV models I put up yesterday and the 60 I did today...argh)..

Anyways...

I went with: Uncool.

Yes, I know, why. Well, plain and simple, I absolutely do not like the look of the wing style fairing. There I said it. :D

Now, if the new 2013 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Deluxe rides anything like the Harley-Davidson Street Glide (or better), hey, I could live with it (but don't count on it, i like naked bikes). I do not see how Yamaha calls a 1300cc engine a mid-sized... they must be mad! In fact, there are very few bikes about the 1300cc category and many bigger ones are gone because they (I'm guessing there) too big like the VTX1800 models, the Vulcan 2000, even the (good bike it was) Valkyrie and so on. So 1300cc, it's a big bike to me.

Ok, what about this harley-clone business? Well, I did think it looks like a Harley-Davidson, both front on and side view (within 20'), I guess if it worked for H-D, it would work for Yamaha. As JackoftheGreen said above, there are only so many ways to make a bike, and that is true, but I just would like to see something that doesn't have traits of this or that or... why not a classic 80s or 90s look? Or even have Yamaha take a page out of Honda and make a faired cruiser (something like a gold wing but more like the ST1300 fairing idea). :D

Yes, crazy.

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Unread post by sapaul » Fri Sep 21, 2012 9:16 am

Can you add a

Bloody awful vote button for this one please
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