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2010 yamaha 660 in kwazulu-natal

2010 Yamaha XT 660 Z TENERE

R 70,000

Mileage: 15000 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: BLUE

Engine Size: 660 cc

2012 yamaha xt in kwazulu-natal

2012 Yamaha XT1200 Z SUPER TENERE

R 140,000

Mileage: 0 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: Grey

Engine Size: 1199 cc

2012 yamaha xt in kwazulu-natal

2012 Yamaha XT1200 Z SUPER TENERE

R 140,000

Mileage: 0 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: Black

Engine Size: 1199 cc

Yamaha Bike History

Yamaha Motorcycles
The Japanese company was well known for its musical instruments, but in 1955 it began producing motorcycles. It began with simple and inexpensive machines but has grown to its position as a power sports powerhouse, offering some of the best sport bikes, cruisers and off-road bikes on the market. It ranks second only to Honda as the leader among Japanese manufacturers
Some of Yamaha's motorcycles include the Yamaha YZF-R1 and YZF-R6, the FJR1300 touring motorcycle, and the FZ1 and FZ6 street motorcycles. Yamaha's off-road motorcycles include the YZF motocross and WR endurance models.
Yamaha has been producing motorcycles since 1955, and they appeared on U.S. shores just three years later. Quickly adopted by racers, these great bikes have been winning races at virtually every level for decades.
Today, Yamaha manufactures a huge variety of bikes for just about every purpose. Newer riders can choose from the likes of the diminutive C3 scooter, and unintimidating V Star 250 cruiser, while more experienced pilots can opt for the YFZ-R1 sportbike, the YZ450F motocrosser and dozens of other high performance machines.
Yamaha is also aggressively adding to its already impressive fleet with models like the dual sport Super Tenere R1-inspired FZ8, and soon their new FZ-09. Yamaha fans can also draw inspiration from its many championship winning racers.