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XSR900 Heritage Celebration

Yamaha’s Sports Heritage flagship, the triple-cylinder XSR900, celebrates Yamaha’s rich history with two new retro-inspired colour schemes for 2019; Garage Metal and Vintage Blue.

Inspired by Yamaha’s iconic 1970s models, the XSR900 has become a star of Yamaha’s sport-heritage range since its release in 2017.

Based on the award-winning MT-09 Maximum Torque model, the XSR900 is heritage by nature but modern by design. Styling cues linking the XSR900 to its forefathers include aluminium tank covers, front and rear aluminium fenders, hand-polished aluminium details, stitched seat, circular instrument clock, circular tail light and retro-style headlight with aluminium stay.

Lurking beneath the heritage façade is 21st century technology. Power is provided by the high torque 847cc CP3 triple-cylinder engine, featuring three levels of adjustable traction control (TCS), D-Mode selectable engine maps, and an assist and slipper (AS) clutch. Suspension is also adjustable front and rear.

The riding position of the XSR900 is more upright and refined than its sporty MT-09 brethren, but agile handling and instant torque remains. 

Yamaha’s XSR900 strikes a perfect balance between retro and contemporary. 

Key features
• Yamaha’s Sport Heritage flagship
• Two new heritage colours; Garage Metal and Vintage Blue
• Modern technology wrapped in retro-inspired styling
• Electronics include adjustable traction control and D-MODE engine maps
• High torque 847cc triple-cylinder CP3 engine
• Compact and lightweight Diamond frame and swingarm
• Light and agile handling characteristics
• Comfortable upright riding position
• Adjustable suspension with 41mm USD fork and monoshock rear
• Aluminium fender and 14-litre fuel tank with aluminium covers
• Multi-function retro circular instrument clock with bright LCD display

Styling
The XSR900 can trace its heritage back to Yamaha’s iconic designs of the 1970s. The timeless styling cues and paint schemes of the 2019 model pay tribute to famous Yamahas of the past.

Engine
The XSR900 certainly has the go to match the show. Its powerful liquid-cooled 847cc in-line three-cylinder CP3 engine produced 84.6kW and 87.5Nm, and benefits from the latest Yamaha technology to deliver an exhilarating ride. 

Electronics
The fully-adjustable Traction Control System (TCS) has three performance modes which riders can adjust to suit the road conditions. There is a choice of minimum or maximum system intervention, or the traction control can be disengaged completely at the flick of a switch.

Yamaha D-MODE allows a selection of riding characteristics to suit the conditions and the rider’s mood. Riders have the choice of a sharper response characteristic or a milder, more gentle setting.

Suspension
The 41mm USD (upside down) fork is adjustable for rebound damping, while at the rear the Monocross linked-type suspension offers preload and rebound damping adjustment.

Frame
The clever, lightweight aluminium Diamond frame features an externally mounted swingarm to provide a short (1440mm) wheelbase. The narrower foot peg position provides a more comfortable ride.

Availability and price
2019 XSR900 is now available at Yamaha dealers priced $12,999 RRP inc GST (+ORC)

Colours
Garage Metal
Vintage Blue

Genuine Yamaha Accessories 
Genuine Yamaha Accessories allow owners to build on the stylish look of their XSR900 with personalised touches. Designed to give enhanced performance, functionality and style, the range of components for Yamaha’s Sport Heritage range includes titanium exhausts and slip-on mufflers, billet levers and rearset footpegs, engine protectors, and more. Yamaha is working closely with approved suppliers to develop new products, and so the Genuine Yamaha Accessories range of parts and accessories is constantly evolving.

 
 
  • Specifications

    XSR900 Specifications
    Engine type Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, four-valve, three-cylinder
    Displacement 847 cm³
    Bore x stroke 78.0 mm x 59.1mm
    Compression ratio 11.5 : 1
    Lubrication system Wet sump
    Clutch type Wet, Multiple Disc
    Ignition system TCI
    Starter system Electric
    Transmission system Constant mesh 6-speed
    Frame Diamond
    Front suspension 41mm USD telescopic fork
    Rear suspension Monoshock
    Front brake Hydraulic double disc, 298mm
    Rear brake Hydraulic single disc, 245mm
    Front tyre 120/70-ZR17M/C (58W) Tubeless
    Rear tyre 180/55-17M/C (73W) Tubeless
    Overall length 2075 mm
    Overall width 815 mm
    Overall height 1140 mm
    Seat height 830 mm
    Wheel base 1440 mm
    Min ground clearance 135 mm
    Wet weight (including full oil and fuel tank) 195kg
    Fuel tank capacity 14 L