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– 2000 Yamaha XT225
2000 Yamaha XT225 Review:
Fun off-road as well as on…
It was built because you’ll have days when the urge to scoot off to work or school will overwhelm you. And, if you’re lucky, you can string together a few twisty back roads on the way.
Air-cooled, SOHC 225cc four-stroke powerplant produces strong, reliable pull throughout rev range.
Six-speed gearbox puts power to ground instantly in variety of terrain.
Internal engine counterbalancer smooths out vibration at high-rpm paces.
Engine tucked high in frame for over 11″ of ground clearance.
Air-adjustable fork with 8.9″ of travel and preload/rebound-adjustable rear shock with 7.5″ of travel.
Aluminum skid plate provides added engine protection.
Electric start, handlebar-mounted choke for extra convenience.
Wide front fender keeps mud and dirt off rider.
MSRP: $3,899 USD
Weight 238 lbs.
Ground Clearance 11.2″
Seat Height 31.9″
Engine 223cc, SOHC, AIR COOLED, FOUR-STROKE
Bore x Stroke 70 X 58mm
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Carburetion 34mm MIKUNI
Fuel Capacity 2.3 gallons
Final Drive CHAIN
Brakes Front: 220mm DISC
Tires Front: 2.75-21
Suspension Front: TELESCOPIC FORK, 8.9″ OF TRAVEL
Rear: SINGLE SHOCK, 7.5″ OF TRAVEL
Specifications are subject to change without notice, in accordance with national regulation and legislations.