Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Yamaha has teamed up with Fiat’s performance tuning division Abarth for this new XSR900 Abarth limited edition, which was showcased at the 2016 EICMA. A part of Yamaha’s Heritage Sports line-up, the XSR900 is the brand’s cafe-racer take on the regular FZ-09. While the Yamaha FZ-09 sports a more edgy design, the XSR900 comes with a retro classic design. The 3-cylinder 850cc Crossplane motor makes 115PS of power. The feature list of this cafe racer includes traction control, ABS and slipper clutch. You can read all the details of the Yamaha XSR900 Abarth limited edition here.
Yamaha XSR900 Abarth comes equipped with a carbon-fibre fairing
The matte-grey paint job paired with the dark-finished wheels, engine and exhaust lend a styling touch
The retro design of the Yamaha XSR900 Abarth also includes carbon-fibre rear-seat cowl and a low-slung handlebar
The XSR900 Abarth gets a single unit instrument cluster and the same switch gear as on the FZ-09
Gets unique Abarth branding along with the model name badge on the fuel tank
Akrapovic exhaust kit is offered as standard on the Yamaha XSR900 Abarth
The glossy finished rear cowl also houses the single unit LED tail light
In January 2017, Yamaha will roll out only 95 motorcycles, and the customers can be a part of a VIP Abarth experience
The 3-cylinder 850cc Crossplane motor makes 115PS of power
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