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2016 Yamaha XSR900 Review

2016 Yamaha XSR900 review – RevZilla

Yamaha gave me quite an earful about the XSR on the press launch. Apparently the bike has “neo-retro styling” and it uses “authentic materials” like aluminum. (In an effort to appear professional, I suppressed my urge to ask what materials would be “inauthentic.”) The XSR is a derivative of Yam’s 2014 smash hit, the FZ-09. The bikes share plenty of underpinnings, most notably the 847 cc three-cylinder engine that motivates them.

Yamaha classifies this bike as a “sport heritage” machine, and I think that’s actually a legitimate claim. The 750 triples (which were later 850s) were the biggest four-stroke bikes Yamaha had made until that time, and the first bikes they made with more than two cylinders. They were a response to the then-superbike CB750. The triples were late to the game by seven years. They were down on power, and a bit heavier than other bikes on the market, like the Kaw Z1 or the ‘Zuk Water Buffalo.