YAMAHA SCR950 ABS. The flat seat Scrambler version of the popular XV950R ABS model. Complete with heavy duty block pattern Bridgestone tyres, wide scrambler style braced handlebars and vintage number plate style side panels. Choice of Red or Black. Full power UK bikes all fitted with YISS coded key immobiliser and supplied with FREE DATATAG, 2 years YOU Yamaha factory warranty and 12 months YOU Yamaha Road Assistance. UK Nationwide Delivery and low rate YOU Yamaha Motor Finance available. Part exchange welcome. CALL US NOW...Compare insurance quotes
MCN overall review verdict: Scrrrrsh! The sound of footrest-on-tarmac contact makes me jump; it’s only the first corner, and the Yamaha SCR950’s Bridgestone Trail Wings aren’t even warm yet. But we’re already grinding dusty grooves into the Sardinian coastal road on both sides, and the SCR is betraying its cruiser-based origins. Because, right up front, it’s important to understand the SCR950 is coming at the street scrambler scene from a completely different perspective compared to bikes like the Ducati Desert Sled, Triumph Street Scrambler and BMW R NineT Scrambler. None of those machines use a chassis and engine borrowed from a cruiser; the SCR does. It has an identical steel tube frame, 41mm forks, short-travel twin rear shocks, single front disc and the same 942cc, 51bhp air-cooled 60° V-twin as the XV950, XV950R and XV950 Racer series. And despite the SCR’s limited chassis dynamics, the 950 is still an absolute gas to ride. The engine is such a pearl and the suspension so wayward that, when it’s pushed, it feels like it’s actually being ridden rather than simply responding to rider inputs in a cold, calculating way. And, as such, the SCR950 is an old-school, re-purposed cruiser; a throwback to simpler times when all you needed to go off-road was a Steve McQueen stare and the will to do it, rather than a flagship techno-marvel that could win the Dakar. And if that’s your thing, you’ll love the SCR950.
|Annual road tax||£91|
|Annual service cost||-|
|Max power||51 bhp|
|Max torque||59 ft-lb|
|Average fuel consumption||56.5 mpg|
|Tank range||162 miles|
|Engine type||4v, air-cooled, 60° V-twin|
|Frame type||Steel tube double cradle|
|Fuel capacity||13 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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