2002 Yamaha V-Star Classic

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2002 Yamaha V-Star Classic
2002 Yamaha V-Star Classic


– 2002 Yamaha V-Star Classic Review

2002 Yamaha V-Star Classic

Raises the cruiser bar…

The middleweight cruiser that has raised the bar for performance, styling and value ever since its debut — and in the process, redefined what middleweight cruising is all about.

Motorcycle Cruiser crowned it both “Cruiser of the Year” and “Best Value” the very first season it hit the streets, hailing it as bike that “has raised the bar for middleweight cruisers.”

2002 Yamaha V-Star Classic Features and Benefits




2002 Yamaha V-Star Classic – Specifications/Technical Details
USA MSRP Price: $5,899; $5,999 Glacier Blue/White USD
Canadian MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in CDN

Length 96.5″

Height 43.5″

Width 36.6″

Weight 505 lbs.

Wheelbase 64″

Seat Height 28″

Engine 649cc, 40-Cubic Inch, SOHC, Air-Cooled, 70° V-Twin

Displacement 649cc

Bore x Stroke 81 X 63mm

Compression Ratio 9.0:1

Carburetion Dual 28mm Mikuni Downdraft-Type

Fuel Capacity 4.2 gal.

Ignition Digital TCI

Transmission 5-Speed

Final Drive Shaft

Brakes Front: Dual 298mm Discs
Rear: 200mm Drum

Tires Front: 130/90-16
Rear: 170/80-15

Suspension Front: Telescopic Fork, 5.5″ of Travel
Rear: Preload-Adjustable Single Shock, Link-Type, 3.9″ of Travel

Glacier Blue/White

Specifications are subject to change without notice, in accordance with national regulation and legislations. Suggested Starting Price shown does not include tax, title, or destination charge. Dealer prices may vary.

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