Yamaha has launched the latest version of its sports heritage bike the XSR700. This retro-styled bike looks great but it is available in only one colour. It comes with an inline-two cylinder engine that produces 74.8 PS power. It comes with a 6-speed manual gearbox and it gets dual-channel ABS. The Yamaha XSR700 price in the Philippines starts at ₱ 479,000.
The XSR700 comes with a retro design and it is offered in radical white and rapid red colour combination. It gets a vintage-inspired headlight like the other Yamaha XSR series bikes and its two texture leather seat gives it a premium touch. It comes with a diamond type frame and it is fitted with a lightweight aluminium fuel tank. The Yamaha XSR700 gets a telescopic front fork and a link-type rear suspension. This retro bike comes with a 282 mm front disc brake and a 245 mm rear disc brake. Yamaha has also equipped this bike with a dual-channel ABS system but it doesn’t get traction control.
The Yamaha XSR700 comes with a 689cc two-cylinder engine that is developed using Yamaha’s crossplane philosophy. Its engine is liquid-cooled and it comes with a 6-speed manual transmission. It produces 74.8 PS maximum power and 68 Nm of maximum torque. The Yamaha XSR700 mileage is nearly 22 km/l as claimed by the brand. It has a kerb weight of 186 kg and the wheelbase of this bike is 1,405 mm. It comes with a fully digital round-shaped instrument console and it gets a halogen headlight. The XSR700 has a seat height of 835 mm and its ground clearance is 140 mm.
Yamaha XSR700 Price in Philippines
The Yamaha XSR700 price in the Philippines is ₱ 479,000. The latest model of this retro bike is expected to launch soon in the market. It competes with the Kawasaki W175, Triumph Street Twin, and Ducati Scrambler Icon in the market. Yamaha also sells a special tribute edition of this bike but it is sold in limited countries only.
If you are looking for a retro-styled bike for daily uses then this retro Yamaha is definitely a good pick. The Yamaha XSR700 come with a refined engine and it also offers relaxed riding dynamics. It doesn’t come with high-end electronics or premium parts, but that just makes it a sweet and no-nonsense bike.
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