With all the data collected related to the views of the users, we have arranged the Yamaha bikes in such matters which have been taken from our database with five reviews or more. Their information on the ranking is rated based on engine, brakes, handling, comfort, and the entire build of that bike. Here is the Top Ten Best Rated Yamaha Bikes on Bikes Catalog.
Top Ten Best Rated Yamaha Bikes on Bikes Catalog – Top Rated
10. XJR1300 (1999-present): 4.21/5
The GSX1400s rival is in the retro bike category, but this big bike of Yamaha is another bang on the cost of cash. It’s still considered as the sports bikes even with its speed not as powerful as we expected 105hp. But we know that the 1251cc inline-four is one we can be sure of torque, 80lb-ft to be precise, with the power to pull with quite a much effort and going up to 140mph depends on how much you want.
9. TDM900 (2002-2011): 4.26/5
With a relaxed and smooth look, this bike has given us the 76hp an f69 ft-lb of torque simple and clear delivery with its 897cc parallel-twin engine; it will go very much smooth as long as you have the fuel in the tank that we can also go up to 160 miles. Brakes are used from R1, and they are sportier then the other bikes provided package. The suspension is firm as it can be.
8. YZF-R1 (2004-2006): 4.29/5
This bikes when it starts it speaks its volume of quality going at 180hp, and it can go up to a quarter faster and it has 7moh higher speed. Like Ducati 848, it has the Y pipe that holds under the seat, and because of that in slow traffic, the AGA becomes a heat up a seat like an oven. The clearance of the ground has been an issue on the road or track with R1 low pegs and rear set a ducat exhaust, which has solved few problems.
7. YZF-R1 (2007-2008): 4.31/5
This bike in 2008 is the pre bang; it was introduced at that time when Honda Fire Blade and KTM RC8 were at their highest with fame because of the rivals against it. It did not get so much attention. But it came in the benefit when buying at the second-hand market, still, a great bike to own, it’s a little larger than R1 costing around 12000 pounds.
6. FZ1 (2006-present): 4.38/5
FZ1 is one of the most excellent bikes to experience. You can also say it a dream bike. Its older brother is the Fazer. But it has a shortage of grunt and both low down in the mid-range, which is what every naked motorcycle requires. But the only thing every owner complains about is the hard comfort of the seat and the weird side stand that pops out.
5. XP500 T-MAX (2000-2011): 4.4/5
T-max was the one who introduced the Maxi scooter class in 2001, this bike has lots of class which is sporty and can handle itself just like a proper motorcycle but its comfort is like a scooter. The storage capacity of luggage can be better, and when the cost is only 8699 pounds in new, then surely you can spend a little more on it.
4. FZS600 Fazer (1998-2003): 4.4/5
With a Thunder cat engine installed, the Fazer has been greatly carbureted with its 12500 rpm redline, where it can go out to 95hp. Its suspension and aesthetic have a limited budget that changes the opinion. According to its parts, it can cost a lot, and because of that, its reliability and capability have proven to be the best among many.
3. XT660Z Tenere (2008-present): 4.5/5
Its motor has been borrowed from the Yamaha XT660R, a trail bike, it is simple in look but it has a bulletproof engine with smooth comfort, and the bike can take you on an adventure ride with those twin under-seat exhaust which comes out very nicely. The original bike was launched in 1983 and became famous in the desert race and won directly the Paris Dakar rallies. With 30 liters of the tank and significant suspension travel, which weighed 45kg and less than the current generation Tenere which scales at 183 Kg.
2. YZF-R125 (2008-present): 4.63/5
UK fifth top seller in January till September 2013, making sure they are the most famous one to be available. With its single-cylinder, it can give 15hp, and the wheelbase is 25mm smaller than R6. The best looking 125 sportbikes in the market.
1. Super Tenere XT1200Z (2010-present): 4.83/5
Built-in the competition of BMW GS and Ducati’s Multistrada, Yamaha simply wanted to create adventure bike of its own. With 1199cc twin engine that goes up to 109hp and 84ft lb-ft of torque and manages to stay with the promising speed of 42mpg. Things can go worst if the Super Teners’s hefty 261 kg weight is considered. Costing around 11999 pounds about 600 pounds less than the GS, still with this price, you can afford BMW but can get an experience of good quality of Japanese machine.
Top Ten Best Rated Yamaha Bikes on Bikes Catalog – Top List
|Sr. #||Top Ten Best Rated Yamaha Bikes on Bikes Catalog||Rating|
|1||Super Tenere XT1200Z (2010-present)||4.83/5|
|3||XT660Z Tenere (2008-present)||4.5/5|
|4||FZS600 Fazer (1998-2003)||4.4/5|
|5||XP500 T-MAX (2000-2011)||4.4/5|
The above-given article is about the Yamaha bikes given in the catalog, and the best one of all time, we have mentioned the best-rated bikes which have reviewed by at least five users or more. With the best mentioned at the end like the Super Tenure XT 200Z and from the top ten on the top XJR1300 are rated as engine, handling and comfort with the buyers and users’ opinion. Yamaha has proven to be the best in creating a Japanese machine with its fame and engine power; it is hard to ignore the production Yamaha has done within time.