2019 Yamaha XV250

2019 air-cooled V-twin XV250


Yamaha Motor Australia have welcomed the arrival of the 2019 model of their XV250, a machine which has ushered countless new riders into motorcycling. The 2019 Yamaha XV250 arrives in silver and will be priced at a RRP of $6,799 RRP + ORC.

Yamaha V Star Metallic Silver
2019 Yamaha V-Star 250 – Metallic Silver

Yamaha boast the XV250 offers an easy-riding nature and low seat height.

Yamaha’s bullet-proof air-cooled 249cc V-twin engine features a long 66 mm piston stroke for more torque low in the rev-range, and smooth roll-on power.

Yamaha V Star Metallic Silver
2019 Yamaha V-Star 250 – Metallic Silver

Designed tough enough to handle the mishaps dished out by learning riders, the XV250 is also forgiving enough to encourage them to continue and improve.

Based on the larger-capacity XVS range, the classic cruiser look features a riser-mounted flat handlebar, low 685 mm seat height, forward controls, dual exhausts, 18-inch (front) and 15-inch (rear) wheels and lashings of shiny chrome, an integral part of any cruiser.

Yamaha V Star Metallic Silver
2019 Yamaha V-Star 250 – Metallic Silver

Visit your local Yamaha Motor dealer today to organise a test ride or to check the XV250 and Yamaha LAMS range out in person.


Yamaha V Star Metallic Silver
2019 Yamaha V-Star 250 – Air-cooled 249cc 60-degree SOHC V-Twin
2019 Yamaha XV250 features
  • 249cc air-cooled 60-degree SOHC V-twin engine
  • Long 66mm piston stroke
  • Strong bottom-end torque and smooth power delivery
  • Impressive fuel economy
  • Low 685mm seat height
  • Flat and wide handlebar on risers
  • Plush pillion seat, dual shocks and low fender to accentuate the raked styling
  • Cool chrome highlights
  • Classic 18-inch (front) and 15-inch (rear) wheel combination

Yamaha V Star Metallic Silver
2019 Yamaha V-Star 250 – Metallic Silver
2019 Yamaha XV250 Specifications
  • Engine type – V-twin, air-cooled, SOHC, two-valve
  • Displacement – 249cc
  • Bore x stroke – 49 x 66mm
  • Compression ratio – 10.0 : 1
  • Lubrication system – Wet sump
  • Clutch type – Wet, multiple disc
  • Ignition system – TCI
  • Starter system – Electric
  • Transmission system – 5-speed
  • Final Transmission – Chain
  • Frame – Steel double cradle
  • Front suspension – Telescopic forks, 140mm travel
  • Rear suspension – Twin shocks, 100mm travel
  • Front brake – Hydraulic disc, 282mm
  • Rear brake – Drum
  • Front tyre – 3.00-18 47P
  • Rear tyre – 130/90-15 M/C 66P
  • Overall length – 2190 mm
  • Overall width – 710 mm
  • Overall height – 1060 mm
  • Seat height – 685 mm
  • Wheel base – 1490 mm
  • Wet weight (including full oil and fuel tank) – 147kg
  • Fuel tank capacity – 9.5L

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