2004 Yamaha XT225 Review

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2004 Yamaha XT225
2004 Yamaha XT225

2004 Yamaha XT225
2004 Yamaha XT225

2004 Yamaha XT225 Review

2004 Yamaha XT225

The XT225 was built for those who want a versatile on/off-road machine that’s easy on the pocket book, and easy to handle…

Wide-ratio 6-speed transmission and manual clutch helps in providing performance for a wide range of terrain and conditions.

The class-leading low seat height of 31.9 in. creates a low center of gravity for added maneuverability and inspires confidence by allowing most riders to put a foot down when stopped.

Reliable 4-stroke engine puts out strong, predictable power across the entire RPM range for good on- and off-road performance, while electric start provides hassle-free, reliable starting.

The XT225 is also one of the lightest, most compact machines in the category, so if you’re in the market for a mid-size dual purpose machine, you owe it to yourself to check out the XT225.

2004 Yamaha XT225 Key Features




2004 Yamaha XT225 – Specifications/Technical Details
USA MSRP Price: MSRP: $4,099 USD
Canadian MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in CDN

Length 81.5 in.

Height 45.7 in.

Width 31.7 in.

Weight 238 lbs.

Ground Clearance 11.2 in.

Wheelbase 53.1 in.

Seat Height 31.9 in.

Engine Air-cooled, SOHC, 4-stroke single

Displacement 223cc

Bore x Stroke 70 X 58mm

Compression Ratio 9.5:1

Fuel System 34mm Mikuni

Fuel Capacity 2.3 gal.

Ignition CDI

Clutch Manual

Transmission 6-speed

Final Drive O-ring chain

Brakes Front: 220mm disc
Rear: 110mm drum

Tires Front: 2.75-21
Rear: 120/80-18

Suspension Front: Telescopic fork; 8.9 in. travel
Rear: Swingarm w/rebound-adj. single shock, 7.5 in. travel

Colors Liquid Silver/Raven

Suggested Starting Price shown does not include tax, title, or destination charge. Dealer prices may vary.

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