YAMAHA YZF R1 LAST OF THE BIG BANG R1 MODELS IN THE BEST AND RAREST COLOUR COMBINATION. (RACING BLUE/GREY) VERY LOW MILEAGE JUST 3917 MILES AKROPOVIC EXHAUST SYSTEM (SOUNDS AMAZING) DOUBLE BUBBLE TINTED SCREEN ASV STUBBY LEAVERS R&G TAIL TIDY R&G CRASH BUNGS R&G PADDOCK STAND BOBBINGS LED CLEAR LENS INDICATORS FITTED WITH REMOTE ALARM AND IMMOBILISER BIKE TRAC TRACKING SYSTEM TWO BRAND NEW PIRELLI TYRES JUST FITTED WILL COME WITH A FULL 12 MONTHS MOT ALL ORIGINAL PARTS (EXHAUST ECT).Compare insurance quotes
- This bike passed a theft check on Thursday, 29 August 2019. The reg number submitted by the seller for this check ended in ...EWH, and the bike details returned by the check were: YAMAHA, YZF R1 13, first registered: Thursday, 13 March 2014, engine size: 1000 cc. Click here for full details on how to validate this check when viewing the bike.
MCN overall review verdict: Not much has changed with the 2012 Yamaha R1 - remaining largely the same as the 2009 version. The big news was it gained a six-stage traction control system, incorporating anti-wheelie in its two most intrusive levels. It also got a restyled nose, a slotted YZR-M1-style (the firm's MotoGP bike) top yoke and a longer, softer rear shock. The changes weren’t enough to compete with the new-generation of hardcore superbikes, like the BMW S1000RR, Aprilia RSV4 and Kawasaki ZX-10R on-track, but the Yamaha is arguably a better road bike from this period. It’s smooth, grunty, fast, roomy and comfortable and now has the added safety of traction control, which works superbly. It’s expensive, which is why we’ve downgraded it down from five, to four stars.
|Insurance group||17 of 17|
|Annual road tax||£91|
|Annual service cost||-|
|Max power||157.75 bhp|
|Max torque||78.33 ft-lb|
|Top speed||185 mph|
|1/4-mile acceleration||10.45 secs|
|Average fuel consumption||32 mpg|
|Tank range||130 miles|
|Engine type||16v, inline-four-cylinder|
|Frame type||Twin spar aluminium frame and double-sided aluminium swingarm.|
|Fuel capacity||18 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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