2013 Yamaha Majesty Reviews Prices and Specs at Motorcyclist Magazine | Electric Cars and Hybrid Vehicle - Green energy

2013 Yamaha Majesty Reviews Prices and Specs at Motorcyclist Magazine

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introduced to the U.S. market in after a successful run in Europe and the Yamaha Majesty is a large with a tight turning that belies its weight and Despite being bigger and than models like the GTV250, the Majesty is quick, and highly maneuverable. Powered by a four-stroke engine that’s and reliable, the Majesty is known for near-flawless build quality. also one of the most low-maintenance on the road today.

One of the key benefits of the large size is the increased presence it provides. That, with the twin bright headlamps out front, makes it hard not to notice the Yamaha The 2013 Yamaha Majesty a push-button electric starter and is the scooter for running at highway or just cruising around

The 2013 Yamaha Majesty is a high-tech mode of transport could almost be regarded as a point between a scooter and a A powerful, liquid-cooled, four-stroke is paired with a fully transmission powers it. The easy to electric starter means you need to hit the starter button and ready to go. With plenty of space, room for two, and power for cruising at highway the 2013 Majesty is a capable and mode of transport.

The 395cc liquid-cooled four-stroke generates an abundance of smooth while its suction-piston-type electronic provides for excellent throttle and low-maintenance reliability. The Majesty is the in twist-the-throttle-and-go transportation, thanks to its V-belt constantly variable transmission. Meanwhile, reliable starting is ensured thanks to an decompression system. The amount of air the Majesty generates is minimized by its air box, its air-injection system, and the catalyst technology. Performance and are bolstered by the 2013 Yamaha aluminum, die-cast alloy frame with steel subframe.

There’s an abundance of room, for taller riders, thanks to a wheelbase that also ride quality and handling. The suspension employs a pair of coil-over shock absorbers further add to ride quality and as do the 41mm fork tubes out The 14-inch front and 13-inch tires are mounted on cast that not only look but also improve handling, and bump-absorption. Stopping power is excellent, thanks to 267mm front and rear disc that provide powerful, stops.

The parking brake is conveniently on the left handlebar. With an EPA fuel economy of 50 mpg and a tank a 3.7-gallon capacity, the 2013 Majesty has a range of 185 miles.


and powerful, with room for the 2013 Majesty features an passenger grab rail and a locking under-seat storage that can accommodate 16 gallons of You’ll find even storage space located in the front apron. The super-bright LED further increases your to other drivers, while a minimum of electricity. The Majesty’s panel contains an analog and tachometer, an LCD multifunction display, a gauge, a coolant temp an ambient temperature gauge, a and oil indicators.

With its ample power and handling, there really are few that the 2013 Yamaha cannot handle. Whether riding on flat roads or up a hillside, with one occupant, or the Majesty has the muscle and finesse to get you you are going. And the Majesty is fast: its top is about 106 mph and it can make it from to 60 mph in just eleven seconds.

Another quality the Majesty has other models of scooters is stability. Its ample 467-lb weight makes it easier to on the highways than lighter, scooters.

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