2013 Ural M70 Retro Price Details and Specs

Marketed as a more road-friendly touring model, Ural has created the M70 Retro sidecar motorcycle as a basic, streamlined vehicle for 2013. New for 2013, the Ural M70 Retro sports a simple but clean overall appearance. Available only in Olive Drab powdercoat, the 2013 Ural M70 Retro will set up to years of wear. Providing a road-centric ride, Marzocchi telescopic forks on the front and Sachs hydraulic shocks on the rear furnishes comfort and stability to the 2013 Ural M70 Retro. Propelling the 2013 M70 Retro is Ural’s formidable four-stroke, boxer-style two-cylinder engine. Generating 40 horsepower and 38 foot-pounds of torque, the Ural M70 Retro’s air-cooled powerplant paired with a four-speed transmission allows the motorcycle to achieve a 65-mile per hour top speed. Fitted with a spare tire and a trunk storing 2.9 cubic feet of space, the sidecar of the 2013 Ural M70 Retro also includes a black cordura tonneau cover.

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