Yamaha is saying goodbye to the FJR1300 with a special jubilee edition

Yamaha FJR1300 will have its last appearance on the market in a special edition, dedicated to the twentieth anniversary of this model.

According to the Japanese magazine Young Machine, the special edition FJR1300 should arrive in showrooms in Japan in early February next year.

The European market has already said goodbye to the cult sports tour in 2019 with a special edition called Ultimate.

The special edition FJR1300 comes in black with gold trim details, including a special gold FJR 20th Anniversary Edition emblem on top of the fuel tank, as well as a gold FJR logo painted on the bodywork next to the seat.

Like the 2019 Ultimate Edition, the jubilee special contains only cosmetic changes, while the mechanical aspects have remained unchanged.

As usual, the FJR1300 comes in two variants, A and AS, with the latter coming equipped with electronic suspension.

The jubilee edition of the FJR1300 still produces 144 hp at 8,000 rpm and 134.4 Nm of maximum torque at 7,000 rpm. The “heart” of the motorcycle is a transversely mounted four-cylinder unit, with a volume of 1,298 cubic meters.

For the A version, it will be necessary to set aside 1.65 million yen (about 12,700 euros), while the AS will be slightly more expensive and will cost 1.98 million (about 15,200 euros).


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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