2012 Yamaha V Max Price Details and Specs



Part cruiser and part sport bike, the 2012 V Max is one of the most radical two-wheeled vehicles produced by Yamaha. Constructed on an aluminum chassis frame, the 2012 Yamaha V Max conveys an unapologetically muscular appearance. Along the most eye-catching features noted with the 2012 Yamaha V Max’s design is the chrome intake scoop at both sides of the fuel tank. A fully adjustable suspension consisting of a 52-millimeter cartridge fork and a rear Monocross suspension allows the 2012 Yamaha V Max to be ridden with an aggressive feel. The 2012 Yamaha V Max coasts on 18-inch five-spoke magnesium wheels. Producing close to 200 horsepower, the 2012 Yamaha V Max’s four-cylinder engine is 1,679 cc in displacement size. Yamaha’s Exhaust Ultimate Power Valve (EXUP) and electronic fuel injection assures riders a quick response thanks also to ride-by-wire controls. Anti-lock brakes are linked to the front and rear disc brakes to aid in the production of steady stopping.

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