2020 Yamaha XSR900 reaches Australian dealers
Yamaha’s popular sport-heritage XSR900 receives a new colour scheme for 2020, with a heritage inspired Dynamic White drawing inspiration from the ’60s, and Bill Ivy’s 125cc world championship-winning V4 two-stroke RA31A.
The 2020 XSR900 is now available in the new colour option, with the existing chassis and engine combination retained, alongside pricing, which remains at $14,849 inc GST ride away.
Power on the XSR900 is provided by Yamaha’s CP3 847cc triple-cylinder engine, featuring three-levels of traction control (TCS), D-Mode selectable engine maps, and an assist and slipper (AS) clutch.
Suspension is a 41mm fork adjustable for compression and rebound, as well as a rear Monoshock adjustable for preload and rebound.
Sport heritage styling cues linking the XSR900 to its forebearers include heritage paint scheme, aluminium tank covers, front and rear aluminium fenders, stitched seat, circular instrument clock, circular tail light and retro-style headlight with aluminium stay.