2013 Yamaha XJ6

The 2013 Yamaha XJ6 is the bike that sets the standard in the middleweight class. It comes with new bodywork and enhanced features for 2013, it is one of our most popular bikes, because it combines outstanding all-round performance with easy handling and sharp looks. Just like on past model, its compact chassis features a lightweight tubular frame with a low seat height, which makes for easy handling and enhanced agility. It is powered by a rapid and reliable 600cc inline 4-cylinder engine that delivers smooth power for strong acceleration. And to complete this winning package the new XJ6 benefits from dual front discs and sleek new side-panels, as well as a mid-ship muffler and a new grab bar.

2013 Yamaha XJ6

2013 Yamaha XJ6

The 2013 Yamaha XJ6 in 600cc sport-street category is one of biking’s most popular classes. It has been carefully designed and manufactured to deliver pure riding pleasure. It is designed to be used for a wide variety of roles, and Yamaha offer an optional sturdy rear carrier and 39 or 50-liter top-case suitable for anything from sports kit, an overnight bag or shopping. And for added security there’s a U-lock storage space under the seat. Check it more detail on profile, detail specification and new features on 2013 Yamaha XJ6.

2013 Yamaha XJ6 Specification

Engine Type – Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, forward-inclined parallel 4-cylinder, 4-valves
Displacement – 600cc
Bore x Stroke – 65.5 mm x 44.5 mm
Compression Ratio – 12.2:1
Lubrication System – Wet sump
Fuel System – Fuel Injection
Ignition – TCI
Starter – Electric
Transmission – Constant Mesh, 6-speed
Final Drive – Chain
Clutch Type – Wet, Multiple Disc
Maximum Power – 57.0 kW (77.5PS) @ 10,000 RPM
Maximum Torque – 59.7 Nm (6.1 kg-m) @ 8,000 RPM

Chassis and Dimension

Available Colors – Competition White, Race Blu, Midnight Black
Frame Type – Diamond Shaped
Front Suspension – Telescopic forks
Front Travel – 130 mm
Rear Suspension – Linked monoshock with spring preload adjustment
Rear Travel – 130 mm
Front Brake – Hydraulic dual disc, Ø 298 mm
Rear Brake – Hydraulic single disc, Ø 245 mm
Front Tyre – 120/70 ZR17M/C (58W)
Rear Tyre – 160/60 ZR17M/C (69W)
Fuel Tank Capacity – 17 litres
Oil Tank Capacity – 3.4 litres
Dimensions (L, W, H) – 2,120 mm, 770 mm, 1,085 mm
Caster Angle – 26º
Trail – 103 mm
Seat Height – 785 mm
Wheelbase – 1,440 mm
Ground Clearance – 140 mm
Wet Weight – 205 kg/ABS 210 kg

2013 Yamaha XJ6 Features

Engine and Transmission – The powerful 600cc inline 4-cylinder engine that develops super-smooth performance, whether you’re riding around town or enjoying a blast on the open road. Its rapid and reliable engine delivers plenty of usable power. And it also equipped with a lightweight 4-into-1 exhaust and mid-ship muffler, it looks as good as it sounds. The racing-style instrument console features an easy-to-read analogue tachometer on the right, and a multi-function digital display which includes a speedometer on the left. And for added visibility at night the console benefits from white LED back-lighting and a luminous white tachometer needle.

Chassis and Suspension – The compact tubular chassis, which helps to minimize the bike’s overall weight and dimensions for agile road-holding. The low seat height of just 785mm allows riders to get their feet on the ground with ease for improved low-speed maneuverability. It is equipped with adjustable handlebars, combined with the low dual seat and the sculpted fuel tank, this allows you to create the most ergonomic riding position for greater riding pleasure. It is also offered with an anti-lock braking system (ABS) as an option. This compact system is designed to prevent the front and back wheel locking up while braking, and can give added rider confidence on slippery and loose surfaces when riding on 2013 Yamaha XJ6.

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