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The middleweight to beat them all

Advantages: Beautifully made, extremely smooth, usefully flexible, well equipped for type
Disadvantages: Expensive compared to twin cylinder competition, poor seat, a bit tame

Yamaha XJ6 Diversion ABS 09 onwards Context I review this bike as a shared owner with family members. I myself bought the predecessor to the XJ6 Diversion, the FZ6 Fazer S2 and have ridden this bike for over a year. I now have close to 4 ...

Kpjwateridge 29.05.2015 · Read full review
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Review of Yamaha XJ6 Diversion

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King of the Roadliner

Advantages: Superb handling, beautiful styling, power up the yazoo
Disadvantages: Smallish gas tank; hard to wipe the stupid grin off your face, may need risers for under-6' riders

I upgraded to this 1854 cc (113 cubic inch) cruiser- touring bike from the V-Star 1100 Classic that I owned (and reviewed) previously. This is Yamaha's motorcycle engineering masterpiece. The Roadliner and Stratoliner are the same bike, except the latte ...

CaperJohnny 29.01.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Yamaha Roadliner Stratoliner XV1900A

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Big and Black with a meaty shaft (drive).

Advantages: Cheap, reliable, comfortable, shaft drive, economical
Disadvantages: Not that sexy, age related faults, rusting tanks, heavy, slow for engine size

It's raining. It's cold. There is a huge traffic jam on the M6 in front of me. It's about to go dark and I have 200 miles to do before I get home to a warm shower and a cuppa. Do I : a) Go and hide in the services... pretending I'm really hard for ...

peteshone 28.02.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Yamaha XJ900F

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Yamaha XJ900 Diversion

Advantages: Very reliable workhorse, Good looking, Nice ride.
Disadvantages: Can suffer from the usual rust demise.

I currently own a 1997 model and I think that it is a superb machine, It`s a naked shafty, so there`s no messing about with chains and adjustments etc, everything is easy to get at, Plugs, Carbs, Air Filter just under tank (two screws) the battery is a bi ...

Wigan-Trucker 16.09.2008 · Read full review
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XJ900F ANOTHER GREAT YAMAHA

Advantages: VERY RELIABLE AND VERY CHEAP TO RUN
Disadvantages: NONE FOR ME

I have just bought another xj900f just like the new one i had brand new 20 years ago this one is the same colour and although 19 years old has only done 17000 mile and is almost imaculate great. my first xj was a fantastic bike had a top spead of 142 m ...

RICKXV 10.09.2008 · Read full review
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