Yamaha
Yamaha

Yamaha

Yamaha is a Japanese manufacturer of motorcycles, marine products such as boats and outboard motors, and other motorized products. The company was established in 1955 upon separation from Yamaha Corporation, and is headquartered in Iwata, Shizuoka, Japan.





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I am using YAMAHA LIBERO bike from the year 2003,im very caring for my bike
I am using YAMAHA LIBERO bike from the year 2003,im very caring for my bike, i am very satisfied but later on i use to go to make service for my bike outside. know a days im irritating to make service of my bike outside also, the thing is that I'm not satisfied anywhere. the problem I'm facing with my bike is oil leakage at head, front shocks, handling, and suffering lot from mileage problem..
Published: June 22, 2012
NEYMS
Source: customerservicescoreboard.com

Went from a 2006 v star 650 custom Bobber 2001 500cc bullet blast and a 201
Went from a 2006 v star 650 custom Bobber 2001 500cc bullet blast and a 2016 ktm390 and 1994 gxr 500 sold them all in the same week traded a guy the bobber str8 across he couldn't get it running right it had set for 10 years only had 8,000miles took me few days she fired up and now it's got 14,000 miles haven't had any issues other than basic tune up things I got number 0354 of the 1600 I could never down size now I love it rides smooth sounds good and has lots of cosmetic potential or it still looks good stock
Published: January 25, 2022
derrick"DirtyShu"Shuman
Source: cycleinsider.com

My Yamaha is very simple to start and use. We have run it since we were six
My Yamaha is very simple to start and use. We have run it since we were sixteen and the ease of driving has been great. The handling is smooth while still delivering a powerful riding experience. I like that it is a reliable brand that gives me the same great performance every time. I love the power of the engine and the ease of use. It is a great product to own for years to come. I would like to see the brand game more community interaction. They have done everything to make the customers happy and coming back for more. I can trust Yamaha and will be a customer for life.
Published: May 20, 2017
Melinda of Ashburn, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought my 2011 Grizzly 700cc (686cc)EPS Hunter Edition, used with 915 mil
I bought my 2011 Grizzly 700cc (686cc)EPS Hunter Edition, used with 915 miles, bent racks, handlebars. Straightened everything out and now have 4200 miles on. I LOVE IT! 2-rear axles, 2-front wheel bearings and a IAC valve(which I bought the Suzuki ISC valve, Yamaha doesn’t sell one separate of the throttle body). But that’s it. That 708cc motor, I hear, burns a little oil, Subaru motor.
Published: November 26, 2020
Matthew of De Forest, WI
Source: consumeraffairs.com

It is top quality brand and it is a very fast ATV. It's also a safe br
It is top quality brand and it is a very fast ATV. It's also a safe brand. It has a smooth ride and powerful engine. It has lots of great features and it drive very solid. It's important to always be cautious. Come with a warranty for in case something bad happens. It is more easier to learn to ride than others. It is well balanced and I dont feel like I am going to fall or fly off of it. I think they did a great job making it as it is well made and better than most of the other brands of ATVs out on the market today. I can use it for when I go out in the country and ride around at my uncle's farm during the summer days. I would include some more protection features or something of that nature. It doesn't need to be any faster and it is a nice size and not too bulky. Using the ATV depends how much experience you have with riding it. It is very easy to ride much more than riding a bike the first time. You just have to focus and learn.
Published: May 26, 2017
Dan of Pflugerville, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased this ATV to use at my camp in Pulaski, NY. I use it mostly in m
I purchased this ATV to use at my camp in Pulaski, NY. I use it mostly in my woods for recreation and camp work. It has been perfect. Starts right up, simple to operate and handles the wooded areas in tight places very well. I am very happy and impressed with this machine. One additional Yamaha is an excellent company to deal with after your purchase. I do recommend.
Published: May 22, 2019
Raymond of Gilbertsville, PA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I've owned quite a few motorcycles and this one is an amazing machine!
I've owned quite a few motorcycles and this one is an amazing machine! Some of the best features are the massive torque, ability to tune the injection and timing via the wifi app and store 2 profiles in the ecu then swap via a button on the handlebar. My goal was to have a street legal dirt bike in Ohio and I was able to accomplish this with the 2022 YZ450FX with a few simple additions. The bike is not quiet at all it sounds like an indy car when you wind it out it's addictive! The throttle is so sensitive that one lurch trying to adjust your glove could put you right at 12 o clock or looped depending on your skill level. If you don't consider yourself an expert rider you need to avoid riding this bike. Don't test ride one or you will have to own it!!! If you want to see my bike search on the you tube and find me!
Published: December 12, 2021
Ken Tyler Ohio
Source: cycleinsider.com

I do not know if this will mean anything to you but in my opinion. You ruin
I do not know if this will mean anything to you but in my opinion. You ruined the vmax with the gen.2 machine it has no cruiser appeal. To me its another version of a crotch rocket. PLEASE yamaha bring back what you built. A REAL VMAX. One that appeals to the american soul like a 1969 camaro with throaty pipes and loppy cams and horsepower to run redlight to redlight. We do not give a crap if it handles. We want hold on and tighten your butt cheeks scortching performance in a straight line and a bike that has curves like a cruiser. A traditional cruiser. Make the old one with the 1200 and more hosre power, throw in wider forks, bigger headlight and scoops that actually work and shazaam. you will be a best seller again. Americans love muscle in a straight line not a roadcourse racer. Think about it we love classic cars with loud exhaust that rumble and when we get in town we want everyone to know our hot rod is bad ***! you can not race a roadcourse in the city. But you can go fast as he!! from red light to redlight. Bring back that beast that is lean loud and mean and make it more cruiser bike than Bat Man crap. I own a Gen 1 vmax and a Four wheeler both Yamaha. I have always owned Yamahas even as a kid. Yamaha yz 80, enduro 250,Banshee and ofcourse the 4x4 and the Best (my vmax).Please just widen the forks,go over that awsome 1200 and perk it up and make the scoops work and make the rear tire fatter and make it more cruiser like (old school). You will sell a ton of them over this thing you call the new vmax. "YUCK"
Published: December 15, 2012
hope u listen
Source: customerservicescoreboard.com

OK, this is a "kick butt little cruser." I just got a 2009, that
OK, this is a "kick butt little cruser." I just got a 2009, that was new at the dealer. I went from commuting in my X-Terra which was costing me $15 a day to riding my V-Star at a cost of about $8 per week. I could have bought a bigger bike and I probably will in the future; however, I'm keeping this 250 V-Star until it falls off the wheels. I watched all sorts of U-Tube clips by owners of this bike and there is no shortage of fans all over the net. For my money, $3,695 new from the dealer, the thing looks nice too. I'm hearing all sorts of people saying they ride it 60-75 mph. on the freeway; however, I don't have to get it on the freeway in my daily routine. This bike feels good between 50 to 60 mph to me. I did notice the first week that 50 mph. seemed to feel right on the bike; however after the first 300 miles, it seems to like running between 55 to 60. To be quite honest, I'm not sure I want to take it much over 60 mph. I don't think the stock front tire is made for speeds much beyond that. That is one thing I plan on changing soon. I like the rear stock tire just fine. This bike is great around the suburbs where I live ranging from feeder speeds to posted 55 mph. There's no real problem moving around traffic and it's not a dog at all in traffic at reasonable speeds. I had a windshield put on it and that really improved the bike's stability. Full coverage insurance is only $30 a month where I live. This thing is costing me well under $200 a month to drive and I'm having a blast doing it. A guy with a Yamaha 1300 came up to me and asked if it was a 500? Thanks Yamaha for not putting 250 on the tank or side covers, I won't tell if you don't. I'm short and I get both feet flat on the ground no problem. The stock seat feels great on my fat backside and it's a very comfortable ride for me. A year ago I owned a Honda XL 250 and a 550/4 for a couple of years after that. This Yamaha 250 is not underpowered for what it is. If you want more or expect more, buy a bigger one. I have the urge to do some highway driving in the future and when I do I'll probably buy something bigger on eBay. I really like that new Yamaha Striker. Sadly, my wife says she won't get on a bike so wherever I go, I'm going solo. In my humble opinion, if you buy one of these V-Star 250's to cruise around town on, you won't be disappointed or broke. What don't I like about the bike...? Not much but, whay didn't they put the ignition key start on the handle bars? The great thing about the cost of this bike is that I can do some cosmetic things - luggage rack and sissy bar first. I have a feeling that saddle bags may cost some miles per gallon. I'll probably add some additional lighting and a better horn. Lots of folks change the sprockets for more top end. For my use, the factory sprockets seem to work just fine. This bike sounds great when you start it, however it runs quiet once you get moving. I'm not drilling holes in my pipes, however I will ask the dealer about some drag pipes if it won't kill my warranty. I hope this helps anyone considering this bike.
Published: May 30, 2011
MT Houston, Texas
Source: cycleinsider.com

very good customer service at yamaha(alagendran madurai) hats off to senior
very good customer service at yamaha(alagendran madurai) hats off to senior mechanics,best service than yamaha(solaimalai yamaha madurai).
Published: June 5, 2015
PRASANNA
Source: customerservicescoreboard.com

I had my Yamaha T Max serviced last week at High Wycombe (UK) by POWERBIKIN
I had my Yamaha T Max serviced last week at High Wycombe (UK) by POWERBIKING Ltd. on the third time since I had it. Timing and contacting me was good as previously but this time there was no cleaning at all on the bike. It is probably not a big thing but because I had it before on the other two services I was expecting that this time as well. Is it a sign of the recession now or just a simple mistake?
Published: July 6, 2011
Peter
Source: customerservicescoreboard.com

The features included in the Yamaha ATV are superb. Using the ATV is a smoo
The features included in the Yamaha ATV are superb. Using the ATV is a smooth process. The engine is powerful but not so powerful that I can't control it. Furthermore, maintenance is easy to keep up. No other brand has these capabilities. The ATV has yet to fail me. I enjoy riding this vehicle and it was well worth the investment. Yamaha gives me the feel as well as the look I'm needing. Furthermore, it has the functions that I need in an ATV. I'm glad I purchased it, and would gladly purchase it again.
Published: May 18, 2017
Carl of Miami, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I just had a question on the operation of my receiver, I called Tech Suppor
I just had a question on the operation of my receiver, I called Tech Support and my Question was answered in minutes. I couldn't be happier with my equipment or your courteous people.
Published: July 27, 2012
Anonymous
Source: customerservicescoreboard.com

The Yamaha R6S is perhaps the most misunderstood of all Yamaha’s motorcyc
The Yamaha R6S is perhaps the most misunderstood of all Yamaha’s motorcycles. The R6S designation (versus the usual R6) has some imagining that the letter S stands for sport, while others call the 6S a budget version of the R6. So, what is the truth? The R6S designation actually originates from the 2004 YRZF6S code for that year’s R6. Yamaha decided to continue to produce the 2004 R6 model after the 2005 year, from 2006-9, as well as continuing to produce the evolving R6 model from 205-2020. The 6S code was retained for the 2005-9 R6S models to differentiate the two R6s. So every R6S is simply a newer held-over 2004 model, with only a few changes. The regular R6 started going through changes beginning in 2005 in order to improve performance above 130 mph on the track, including modified brakes, forks, exhaust, etc., so the R6 could continue to dominate in races.
Published: January 1, 2022
Ken British Columbia
Source: cycleinsider.com

I am getting approximately 41 miles to the gallon. I rode 7 hours in one da
I am getting approximately 41 miles to the gallon. I rode 7 hours in one day and I was very comfortable the entire trip. There is not enough power for me for riding two-up. It is perfect for a solo rider with luggage. I am 6 foot tall and 270 Pounds. The stock windshield is okay but I would prefer a taller windshield. My only complaint is a the windshield is awkward to raise or lower. Handling is amazing. Wind protection from the fairing is good. Minimal air blows on my knees. Headlights are bright. Brakes work well.
Published: December 15, 2021
Brooklynminded South Carolina
Source: cycleinsider.com

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