Is the Yamaha V Star any good?
It’s a great second bike. It’s the perfect size bike, powerful, light and stable. If your looking for a bigger and more powerful bike then the V-Star 650. I highly recommend the V-Star 950 Tourer if you are an experienced rider looking for a good all purpose cruiser/touring bike that is affordable.
What year did Yamaha stop making the V-Star 650?
The Yamaha XVS650 is sold in the U.S. as the entry-level versions of the V-Star line. That line was offered from 1998 to 2008 in two different versions: the Classic and the Silverado.
How long does a Yamaha V Star last?
The Yamaha Star Venture can last for well over 150,000 miles, and since the average mileage for a motorcycle is between 3,000 and 5,000 miles a year, a responsibly ridden, well maintained Yamaha Star Venture should last for a minimum of 30 years.
How many gears does AV star 650 have?
Yamaha DragStar 650
|Manufacturer||Yamaha Motor Company|
|Predecessor||Yamaha Virago 535|
|Engine||649 cc (39.6 cu in) air-cooled 70° V-twin; SOHC, 2 v/cyl|
|Transmission||5-speed; multiplate wet clutch|
How many miles does a 2001 Yamaha VStar 650 have?
Take a look at this 2001 Yamaha VSTAR 650 that’s in great shape. Only 13,552 miles and has been garage kept. I had the bike Maryland inspected back in July 2016 with no problems found.
What are some common problems with the Yamaha V Star 650?
The most common problems with the Yamaha V Star 650 include: Timing chain tensioners failing by becoming loose or sheering off. Ignition system problems including faulty starters and ignition coils, making it difficult to start the motorcycle, especially when cold. Starting issues due to bad batteries or parasitic draining issues.
What are the color options for the V-Star 650 Custom?
Color choices are black or red and burgundy. The V-Star 650 Custom rolls in on a 19-inch spoked front wheel and 100/90 tire. The metal fender is suitably petite to highlight the sporty look and to coincide with the bike’s naked 41mm stanchions.