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The Act provides a warranty on the goods you purchase or lease : they must be usable for normal use for a reasonable length of time.
The Consumer Protection Act gives a warranty on all goods you purchase or lease from a merchant.

The goods must be useable:

  • For the purposes for which they are ordinarily used (section 37 of the Act) and
  • In normal use for a reasonable length of time, which may vary according to the price paid, the terms of the contract and the conditions of use (section 38 of the Act).
For more information on this legal warranty, go to the website of the Office de la protection du comsommateur at www.opc.gouv.qc.ca.

Most Yamahas are protected by a factory warranty, but you may want a little extra peace of mind. We Get You.

No one offers superior engineering, style and performance like Yamaha. That´s why we stand behind our products with the industry´s best warranty coverage and our own extended coverage plan, Yamaha Protection Plus (YPP).

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YPP gives you the option to extend your factory warranty, depending on your product and requirements (some purchases may not be eligible for YPP). Combined with Yamaha's unsurpassed reputation for reliability, YPP provides you with the peace of mind and protection you deserve.


While other plans bog you down in the details, factory-backed YPP gives you bulletproof protection from the unexpected. And it's as simple to use and understand as your Yamaha factory warranty.


YPP is there whether your repair is a few dollars or a few thousand.


Under YPP, Yamaha picks up the entire cost to repair every applicable manufacturing defect.


YPP takes over automatically - and immediately - when your factory warranty expires.


Your YPP warranty is transferable, increasing the value of your Yamaha if you decide to sell or trade.


Since we already know your Yamaha, there's no need for you to fill out lengthy claim forms. Your YPP information is available at every authorized Yamaha dealer across Canada.


Purchase years of YPP coverage at a fraction of what a single major repair costs. You can also use the Yamaha Financial Services program to finance this coverage.


Yamaha is ready to step in to make necessary repairs (excluding those due to normal wear or aging) using genuine Yamaha parts and factory authorized technicians for the full duration of your coverage.

  • YPP Details & Restrictions

    /// YPP for Motorcycles & Scooters

    Yamaha Protection Plus coverage for motorcycles extends the factory warranty that is provided when you purchase a new Yamaha motorcycle. You can extend this warranty by 12, 24, 36 or 48 months, depending on your needs.

    Yamaha Protection Plus does not cover failures resulting from:
    • Commercial or Rental Usage
    • Racing or competition
    • Modification of original parts
    • Installation or use of non-authorized parts or accessories
    • Use of lubricants, oil and fuel oil mixture other than those recommended in the owner's manual
    • Accidents
    • Collision or theft damage
    • Submersion
    • Fire
    • Cosmetic damage - scratches, dents, fading, flaking, peeling, etc.
    • Normal wear and tear or lack of maintenance
    • Abuse or neglect
    • Improper storage
    • Corrosion
    The following parts are not covered:
    • Drive chains
    • Clutch plates and facings
    • Drive belts
    • Brake pads
    • Tires
    • Oil, lubes, spark plugs, high tension cables, batteries, filters and fuses
    • Seat
    • Frame
  • Yamaha Factory Warranty

    Yamaha Motorcycle Warranty Policy

    In this warranty, the term 'MOTORCYCLE' shall refer to a new motorcycle manufactured by YAMAHA MOTOR COMPANY, LTD. ('MANUFACTURER') under the trade name of Yamaha, distributed by YAMAHA MOTOR CANADA LTD. ('YAMAHA'), sold at retail by an authorized Yamaha dealer ('DEALER'). The term 'CUSTOMER' shall refer to the owner or lessee of record of the MOTORCYCLE registered with YAMAHA and to any subsequent owner, and the term 'DELIVERY' shall refer to the date of delivery of the MOTORCYCLE from the DEALER to the CUSTOMER.

    Section A - Warranty
    Subject to Section D, YAMAHA offers the following warranty coverage to the CUSTOMER:

    1. Periods of warranty:
      1. Pleasure Use (including government use)
        1. Basic Period of Warranty
        2. The period of warranty shall be ninety days commencing on DELIVERY on all models designated PW, TT and on YZ65 and YZ85 models;
          The period of warranty shall be one year commencing on DELIVERY on all other models.

        3. Additional Period of Warranty for Street-Legal Motorcycles
          In the event DELIVERY occurs between January 1st and April 30th, the warranty shall extend to April 30th of the following year.

      2. Commercial Use
      3. The period of warranty shall be half of the warranty period indicated for pleasure use, commencing on DELIVERY on any MOTORCYCLE which has been identified as being used for commercial applications.

    2. During these periods of warranty:
      1. Any part defective by reason of the MANUFACTURER's faulty workmanship or material will be replaced or repaired free of charge.
      2. Any repairs or adjustments made necessary by reason of the MANUFACTURER's faulty workmanship or material will be performed free of charge.

    The MANUFACTURER reserves the right to change the design of any model without obligation to modify any model previously manufactured.

    Section B - Subsequent Owner
    The warranty set forth for in Section A may be transferred to any subsequent owner provided that the period of warranty has not expired and that the CUSTOMER has complied with all terms and conditions of this warranty.
    The subsequent owner has the responsibility for ensuring that a change of registration is sent to YAMAHA at the time of such transfer of ownership.

    This transfer MUST be done by contacting the DEALER who will forward the following information to YAMAHA:

    1. the complete model and serial number as shown on the original warranty document;
    2. the name of the previous owner;
    3. the original delivery date of the MOTORCYCLE;
    4. the complete name and address of the subsequent owner;
    5. the indication that the subsequent owner has received and read the Owner's Manual and this warranty policy.

    Section C - Obtaining Repairs Under Warranty
    To obtain repairs under warranty, the CUSTOMER must:

    1. Ensure that the MOTORCYCLE is properly operated, maintained and stored as specified in the Owner's Manual.
    2. Give notice to a DEALER of any and all apparent defects immediately upon discovery, and make the entire MOTORCYCLE available at that time for inspection and repair at the DEALER'S place of business.
    3. Provide proof of warranty coverage to such DEALER (CUSTOMER'S copy of the New Vehicle Information Statement: N.V.I.S.).
    4. Authorize the DEALER to tear down the MOTORCYCLE for diagnostic evaluation should it be required.
    5. All warranty repairs must be done by a DEALER and final approval of any repairs rests with YAMAHA. All parts replaced become the property of YAMAHA.

    Section D - Exclusions

    1. This warranty does not apply unless:
      1. The MOTORCYCLE has been fully assembled and set to the MANUFACTURER's operating specifications by a DEALER prior to DELIVERY to the CUSTOMER;
      2. The CUSTOMER has followed the break-in and storage instructions contained in the Owner's Manual and all other instructions shown in the Owner's Manual;
      3. The CUSTOMER can provide record of maintenance having been performed as recommended in the Owner's Manual;
      4. Requests for repairs under warranty have been made as prescribed in Section C.
    2. This warranty does not cover the repair of damage resulting from abuse or neglect of the MOTORCYCLE. Examples of abuse and neglect include, but are not limited to:
      1. racing, competition, MOTORCYCLE models designated WR or YZ, with the exception of WR25R, WR25X, YZ65 and YZ85 models, modification of original parts or abnormal strain;
      2. use of lubricants, oils, fuel, fuel additives and mixtures other than those recommended in the Owner's Manual, improperly installed accessories or use of parts or accessories that are not equivalent in design and quality to genuine Yamaha parts;
      3. damage as a result of accidents, collisions, contact with foreign materials, impact, submersion or use of the MOTORCYCLE after discovery of a defect;
      4. appearance-related damages of body parts. Examples of such damages include but are not limited to: scratches, dents, fading, flaking, peeling.
    3. This warranty does not extend to:
      1. MOTORCYCLES which have modified in any way from the standard specifications as shown in the Owner's Manual, including any MOTORCYCLE whose odometer has been altered;
      2. normal wear and tear, corrosion and routine maintenance, such as the recommended service inspections;
      3. pre-delivery inspection and assembly;
      4. MOTORCYCLES from which the MANUFACTURER's identification numbers have been removed or whose identification numbers have been altered or mutilated;
      5. wear and tear and/or maintenance parts such as drive chains, clutch plates and facings, oils and lubricants, spark plugs, batteries, generator brushes, sealed beams and light bulbs, tires, filters, brake pads, drive belts and fuses;
      6. inconvenience, loss of time, loss of income or loss of use of the MOTORCYCLE or any consequential damage of any kind;
      7. damages from theft, fire, vandalism, explosion, water or acts of God;
      8. storage costs, or transportation and shipping costs related to the performance of this warranty;
      9. damage due to "flat towing" (see your DEALER for explanation).

    Section E - Emissions Control System Warranty
    (For applicable models only)

    YAMAHA warrants to the CUSTOMER of a MOTORCYCLE covered by this warranty with a displacement of 50cc or greater, that the MOTORCYCLE is designed, built and equipped so as to conform at the time of DELIVERY with all federal emissions standards applicable at the time of manufacture and that it is free from defects in materials and workmanship which would cause it not to meet these standards within the periods listed immediately below. Failures other than those resulting from defects in material or workmanship which arise solely as a result of owner abuse and/or lack of proper maintenance are not covered by this warranty.

    Engine Displacement - Period
    1. 50cc to 169cc - 12,000 km or 5 years, whichever occurs first
    2. 170cc to 279cc - 18,000 km or 5 years, whichever occurs first
    3. 280cc and over - 30,000 km or 5 years, whichever occurs first

    Section F
    This warranty is in addition to, and not a modification of, any warranty required by the laws of any province of Canada.

    Subject to any applicable sales or consumer legislation, the above warranty is in lieu of any warranty or representation, expressed or implied, including any warranty of performance, merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose on the part of YAMAHA, and any other obligation or liability on behalf of YAMAHA, and the above warranty constitutes your sole remedy and the full liability of YAMAHA. In no event shall YAMAHA be liable for special, incidental or consequential damages howsoever caused, whether by negligence or otherwise resulting directly or indirectly from the use of the MOTORCYCLE, or the MOTORCYCLE'S having replacement parts or the unavailability of replacement parts. YAMAHA does not assume, or authorize any person to create or assume for YAMAHA, any obligation or liability in connection with the MOTORCYCLE or any part thereof distributed by YAMAHA.

    Original Equipment Tires
    Tires supplied as original equipment on your MOTORCYCLE are warranted separately by the individual tire manufacturer or its representatives. Generally speaking, this warranty covers defects in workmanship or material.

    Storing Your MOTORCYCLE
    If your MOTORCYCLE is not to be used for 60 days or more, it must be properly stored to ensure against deterioration. You should consult your Owner's Manual for storage details, but WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU HAVE AN AUTHORIZED YAMAHA MOTORCYCLE DEALER PREPARE YOUR MOTORCYCLE FOR STORAGE. Their highly-trained staff have the experience and the qualifications to do the job right.

    YAMAHA cannot accept responsibility for damage to your vehicle or personal injury resulting from negligence or lack of experience in the preparation of your MOTORCYCLE for storage.

    Pre-delivery Inspection Checklist
    The DEALER has assembled, inspected and tested the MOTORCYCLE according to the Yamaha Motorcycle Pre-delivery Inspection Checklist prior to DELIVERY to the CUSTOMER (some items may not be applicable to all models). These items include:

    • Brakes
    • Clutch
    • Fluid Levels
    • Drive System
    • Cooling System
    • Fuel / Throttle System
    • Wheels / Tires / Suspension
    • Steering and Controls
    • Electrical System
    • Replacing damaged or missing parts
    • Test Ride

    The Yamaha Motorcycle Pre-delivery Inspection Checklist has been provided to the CUSTOMER at the time of DELIVERY.

    Change of Address or Other Owner Information
    If you should move after you have purchased your MOTORCYCLE, please contact the DEALER who will forward the required information to YAMAHA. Provide the DEALER with the model name and serial number as shown on the N.V.I.S., along with your new mailing address (or other information). This will ensure that YAMAHA has an up-to-date registration record.

Date printed: February 17, 2020

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Prices and finance options are shown on an informative basis only and are subject to change. Dealers may sell for less. Finance options are available on approved credit only to qualified customers. The information provided above is an estimate of what a dealer might charge in a representative transaction and may not reflect the terms and conditions of your financing agreement with the dealer. This is not a direct financing offer, purchase option or other type of transaction. Not all customers will be eligible for the interest rates shown. Rates and terms offered may vary depending on credit worthiness, length of term and amount financed. You may have to pay certain fees before the beginning of the term including, but not limited to: PPSA filing fee, administrative fee, security deposit, taxes on applicable items and any additional charges imposed by your local dealer. Some other restrictions and conditions may apply. Contact your local dealer for full details.

Conquer Road

Sophistication is the name of the game with the all new 2014 Super Ténéré ES. Does the convenience of adjusting your suspension without ever getting off your bike sound interesting? With the simple push of a button, you can adjust both preload and damping settings, it is that simple. Add heated grips and a new cruise control system to the mix and you have a machine that is truly worthy of being called the Ultimate Transcontinental Adventurer.


The compact, lightweight, 1199cc inline twin has a number of revisions that provide more horsepower and more torque than ever before. We've revised the piston and ring designs, reduced internal friction and revised the intake & exhaust systems for more power and improved throttle response.


In addition to the all new KYB electronic suspension, the '14 Super Ténéré ES also features a new electronic cruise control system, heated grips and a new tools free 4-position adjustable windshield. Whether touring across North America, carving up a twisty road or exploring a deserted fire road, the Super Ténéré ES offers outstanding long distance touring performance, convenience and comfort.


  • More HP, more torque
  • New KYB electronic suspension system
  • New cruise control system
  • New multi-function meter with DOT Matrix liquid crystal display with GPS holder
  • New, no tools required, 4-position adjustable windshield
  • New aluminum tapered handlebar, resulting in a revised riding position
  • New LED signals, handlebar switches, R.H.S. side cover and muffler cover
  • New heated grips


  • Revised, 1199cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 4-valve, inline twin produces more torque and horsepower than the 2013 model.
  • Engine is slanted 26 degrees forward, allowing for the use of a downdraft intake system and at the same time lowering the centre of gravity for lighter handling
  • 4-valve cylinder head design. The DOHC valve train features 37mm intake and 31mm exhaust valves. Valve angles are 12.5 degrees for the intakes and 14 degrees from centre for the exhaust, creating a compact combustion chamber. The valves feature an Isonite coating on the tips for excellent durability.
  • Revised exhaust valve spring rates decrease frictional loses for improved power.
  • Revised intake and exhaust port shapes for increased flow and power
  • 4-valve cylinder head features 2 spark plugs per cylinder which shortens the flame diffusion time and speeds combustion for excellent torque character.
  • Valve adjustment interval is 42,000 kms.
  • Automatic hydraulic cam chain tensioner reduces both maintenance and mechanical engine noise.
  • Revised short skirt, forged aluminum pistons feature new ring grooves and new piston rings which reduce frictional losses. The light weight pistons provide fast throttle response and also reduce reciprocating mass for less mechanical vibration.
  • 270 degree crankshaft with uneven firing order (270 & 450 degrees) is used for superior traction and throttle control. This crank design and firing order reduces "inertial torque" providing more linear throttle response and improved rear wheel traction.
  • Carburized connecting rods provide strength and durability. Carburizing is a heat treating process that increases the carbon content on the outer surface of the rod, increasing its strength and durability.
  • Ceramic composite cylinder "bores" are a "liner less" design with the ceramic coating applied directly to the aluminum block to ensure uniform heat dissipation for consistent power delivery, reduced oil consumption, reduced friction and reduced weight.
  • Dual, front and rear gear driven balancer shafts reduce engine vibration for great rider and passenger comfort
  • Single, side mounted (LHS) radiator with ring-type cooling fan keeps engine temperatures consistent for optimum performance. The side location lessens the overall length of the bike and eliminates the possibility of the rad being damaged by debris being kicked up by the front wheel.
  • Dry sump lubrication system eliminates the deep design oil pan. The oil tank is integrated in the engine cases. This design helps increase ground clearance, reduces weight and centralizes mass.
  • Easy access spin-on type oil filter and drain plug make oil changes fast and easy.
  • Revised dual bore, 46mm Mikuni throttle body fuel injection system with TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) and APS (Accelerator Position Sensor). This is a "closed loop" system that utilizes oxygen sensors in both header pipes. The sensors "sniff" the spent exhaust gases and feeds info back to the ECU which in turn adjusts the fuel/air mixture for maximum power with minimum emissions. The oxygen sensor is located before the muffler, so the use of a slip-on muffler will not affect this system. Revisions are to accommodate the new cruise control system.
  • Denso injectors utilize 12 holes and a 20 degree spray pattern for excellent fuel atomization, more complete combustion chamber filling and instant throttle response. One injector per cylinder. Fuel injection benefits include excellent fuel economy; choke-less starting, reduced emissions, and smoother running.
  • Yamaha's Chip Control Throttle (YCC-T) electronically controls the throttle valves for outstanding response and improved controllability at all rpms. The YCC-T is used to provide even more control of the intake air volume for a smoother torque character. Special main ECU actually features 3 internal ECUs to control ignition, fuel injection and the YCC-T. The ECU that controls the YCC-T is capable of responding to changes at a speed of 1000th of a second.
  • The rider can "mechanically close" the throttles by simply closing the throttle twist grip.
  • Traction control function works in conjunction with YCC-T and the ABS systems. Utilizing front and rear wheel sensors, this system senses when the rear wheel begins to spin and modifies the ignition timing and fuel injection to reduce power and eliminate wheel spin. This system features 2 operating modes; TCS1 which completely eliminates wheel spin and TCS2 which will allow limited wheel spin. The system can also be turned off for those occasions when rear wheel spin is desired.
  • Yamaha D-Mode variable throttle control, also a function of the YCC-T, enables the rider to adjust the performance characteristics of the engine based on riding conditions or rider preferences. The "S mode" provides instant throttle response, while the "T mode" provides slower response for more "relaxed" engine power delivery. The D-Mode switch is located on the R.H.S. handlebar switch gear.
  • All new electronic cruise control system is also part of the YCC-T functions. The control buttons are located on the L.H.S. handlebar switch gear. The "settable range" is from 50 to 160 km/hr and the transmission must be in 3rd gear or higher. The cruise system can be cancelled by activating front or rear brakes, pulling in the clutch, completely closing the throttle grip or using the activation button.
  • Wide ratio 6-speed transmission utilizes optimized gear ratios suited for a wide variety of riding conditions. Top gear is an overdrive gear delivering reduced rpms at highway speeds for relaxed, long-distance comfort.
  • Low maintenance hydraulic clutch provides a light, linear, consistent clutch feel.
  • Revised, heavy duty clutch uses 9 friction and 8 steel plates. The damper system has been changed from springs to a rubber type to reduce noise and vibration.
  • Low maintenance, compact shaft drive system utilizes a hypoid type final gear. A hypoid gear design allows the use of a smaller ring gear, thereby reducing the size and weight of the housing. Reducing unsprung weight enhances handling.
  • High performance direct ignition coils (ignition coil is built into the spark plug cap) reduce weight while iridium spark plugs and high-output magneto deliver increased spark energy.
  • Automatic decompression device means fast, easy starting. The benefit is the starter motor can be made smaller and lighter since the load on it is reduced.
  • Revised 2 into 1 exhaust system features a larger honeycomb style catalyzer and the removal of the connector pipe between the header pipes for improved power. Compact "elliptical" shaped, short design muffler helps reduce machine width. Re-styled muffler heat shield protects rider and passenger.
  • Compact 600 watt (@ 5,000rpms) AC magneto provides lots of electrical power.


  • Backbone-style high tensile steel frame uses the engine as a stressed member. Steel pipe is used for its excellent strength - rigidity balance and more inherent softness than aluminum (for comfort). The engine is mounted low in the frame and allows for a fuel tank design which lowers the centre of gravity for a lighter riding feel.
  • Detachable aluminum rear sub frame reduces weight. The rear frame has been designed to withstand the rigors and load associated with adventure riding.
  • Long design, low pressure cast, and aluminum swingarm. This casting method offers superior strength since it reduces the amount of gas / air trapped in the material making it stronger. The long design contributes to stability and handling. The left side of the arm "houses" the drive shaft.
  • Electronically adjustable 43mm KYB inverted fork offer 190mm (7.5.") of wheel travel. Adjustments include compression and rebound damping.
  • Electronically adjustable link Monocross rear suspension with KYB shock offers 190mm (7.5") of wheel travel. Adjustments include spring pre-load and damping.
  • This new "linked" electronic suspension asks the rider to choose from one of four pre-sets for "load" (solo / solo & luggage / dual / dual & luggage). Once the load setting has been chosen, the system automatically adjusts both the front and rear damping rates based on the load setting chosen. If a rider wishes to "tune" the damping settings further, there are 3 "main " settings (soft / std / hard) to choose from. Within each of these 3 main settings, there are another 7- "fine tuning" settings available, providing a total of 21 damping settings that a rider can choose from. The "load" setting must be chosen / adjusted while the unit is running but stopped. All other tuning can be done "on the fly". All adjustments are done via buttons on the L.H.S. switch gear. Suspension setting menu and adjustments can be viewed in the DOT matrix section of the instrument panel. A duty cycle motor controls the "load" settings while stepping motors vary the oil flow rate in the forks & shock (damping adjustments). The design allows a rider easily tailor suspension settings to match load and road conditions. This system is very similar to the one found on the FJR1300E.
  • A special "SCU" or suspension control unit controls the electronic suspension. It features a diagnostic mode too.
  • Revised upper triple clamp features new more stylish 2 piece handlebar mounts which also raise the bars by 10mm.
  • New tapered aluminum handlebars reduce weight and feature a new bend which brings the bars 10mm closer to the rider for improved comfort. Handlebar position and bend have been designed to be both versatile and comfortable whether the rider is standing or sitting.
  • Variable heated grips with up to 10 levels of heat, keep hands warm on cool days or evenings. Grip settings and status is shown in the LCD multi-function meter assembly.
  • All new handlebar switch gear to accommodate the cruise control and new meter.
  • ABS equipped dual 310mm "wave style" floating front discs are squeezed by ultra rigid 4-piston monoblock calipers. The master cylinder features a 16mm piston. Braking performance is excellent and offers good "feedback" to the rider.
  • ABS equipped "wave-style" 282mm rear disc is squeezed by a single piston, slide-type rear caliper. The rear master cylinder uses a 14mm piston to deliver strong, progressive stopping power with excellent control and feel.
  • The ABS or Anti-Lock Braking System features Yamaha's latest generation independent linear controlled system with step-less, infinitely variable hydraulic pressure adjustment. The ABS unit, the ECU and the hydraulic unit are combined into a single compact unit that allows for mass centralization. This system uses the same wheel sensors as the traction control system, further reducing weight. When the ABS system senses impending wheel lock-up, the system regulates the hydraulic pressure to the point just before the wheel or wheels lock-up. The benefit of ABS is excellent control under hard braking or when braking on wet, slippery or loose surfaces. The ABS system helps prevents wheel lock up.
  • Unified Brake System is combined with the ABS system. When the front brake is activated, an electronic control applies some rear wheel braking force as well. The amount of rear braking force is dependent upon how hard the front brake has been applied, unit speed and the amount of load on the unit. If the rear brake is applied prior to the front brake, it cancels the unified braking system temporarily (there may be times on difficult terrain when a rider does not want the unified system to activate).
  • Large capacity, steel 23 litre fuel tank features a design which locates the lower portion of the tank behind the air box and the cylinders to keep weight lower in the chassis for a light handling feel. The reserve portion is 3.9 litres.
  • Tubeless design rims. A "double T" type rim is used on the front wheel, featuring 2 -raised "rails" that the spokes attach to, allowing for the use of tubeless tires and providing the optimum spoke angle for excellent strength and durability. The rear rim uses a single raised rail design. Front and rear tires are radials. The tubeless design offers the ability to perform emergency road side repairs.
  • Dual, cat-eye, projector type H7, 55 / 55 watt headlights provide a serious beam of light for extra confidence when riding after dark. A solenoid moves the shade that controls the projector headlight function.
  • Adjustable touring focused rider and passenger seats. The rider portion offers two different height settings. The low position is 845mm (33.3") off the ground while the tall position is 870mm (34.3"). It takes only seconds to make the adjustment and no tools are required. The passenger seat is removable.
  • Multi-function plastic resin rear rack. In standard form it is a conventional rack / carrier. It also functions as a mount for the accessory 30 litre top box. And finally, there is an additional carrier built in under the passenger seat. When the passenger seat is removed, and the spacer below the rack is removed, it provides a longer, flatter platform, providing maximum rack area / space for a sleeping bag and tent for example.
  • The combination rubber / steel rider footrests offer the best of two worlds. When sitting, the rider's foot is resting on the vibration damping rubber inserts. When standing the rubbers compress and expose the serrated edges of the steel pegs providing additional grip for more technical riding.
  • All new, multi-function meter assembly. Left side features digital tach and speedo, plus fuel gauge, clock and status indicators for traction control, D-modes, and Eco System. The right side utilizes a DOT Matrix LCD display, which includes odometer, dual trip meters, outside air temp, coolant temp, instant fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, estimated travel range (based on remaining fuel), time trip and low fuel trip meter. Other functions include grip heater status and gear position indicator. There are also a full range of warning and indicator lights as well, including cruise control and ABS status. The ECO indicator is a light that indicates the bike is being ridden in a manner that conserves fuel. Background illumination is adjustable.
  • Sculptured 2- piece half fairing is a "form following function" design and offers an unobstructed view, excellent air management as well as good wind and weather protection.
  • Convenient, 12 volt DC outlet in the fairing dash for GPS, cell phone or other uses.
  • New, 4-position, no tools required, adjustable windscreen for improved wind protection. The range of adjustment is 60mm or 2.3". Both height and attack angle change as the windshield is moved. Cross bar can be used to mount a GPS holder.
  • Frame mounted composite tip over protectors on the left and right sides of the lower edge of the fairing offer good protection not only for the fairing but also the side mounted rad and battery.
  • Quick release fasteners are used on the lower / mid fairings for quick access to the rad and selected electrical components.
  • Immobilizer ignition system reduces the possibility of "ride away" theft. This system must recognize the "coded ignition key" in order for the unit to start. If the key is not recognized, the bike's electrical system will not activate, even if ignition is turned or forced into the on position.

Additional features

  • Lightweight, magnesium cylinder head and clutch covers reduce weight
  • New, smaller LED turn signals
  • New, forged aluminum side stand reduces weight
  • Centre and side stands
  • 5-position adjustable front brake lever
  • 4-position adjustable clutch lever
  • Low maintenance 11 amp hour, sealed battery
  • Brilliant LED taillight reduces weight and power consumption
  • Rugged plastic handlebar mounted brush guards
  • New, more stylish instrument and headlight covers
  • Dash board mounted 12 volt DC outlet
  • Front and rear reflectors help maximize visibility in traffic
Liquid-cooled, DOHC, 8-valves, inline twin
Bore and Stroke
98 x 79.5mm
Compression Ratio
Maximum Torque
11.9 kg-m (86 ft-lbs.) @ 6,000 rpm
Engine Management
YCC-T, D-Mode, Traction Control & Cruise Control
Fuel Delivery
Mikuni 46mm throttle body F.I
Estimated Fuel Consumption±
16.5kpl / 47mpg (Imp.)
Dry sump
Ignition / Starting
TCI / Electric
Final Drive
Suspension (Front)
Electronically adjustable KYB inverted 43mm fork / 190mm (7.5") travel
Suspension (Rear)
Electronically adjustable KYB link Monocross / 190mm (7.5") travel
Brakes (Front)
Dual 310mm discs / 4-piston calipers (ABS & Unified)
Brakes (Rear)
282mm disc / single piston caliper (ABS & Unified)
Tires (Front)
110/80R19 (tubeless)
Tires (Rear)
150/70R17 (tubeless)
Critical Data
2,255mm (88.8")
980mm (38.6")
1,410mm (55.5") to 1470mm (57.9")
1,540mm (60.6")
Rake / Trail
28 degrees / 126mm
Ground Clearance
190mm (7.5")
Seat Height
845mm (33.3") or 870mm (34.3")
Fuel Capacity
23 litres (5.1 Imp. gal.)
Wet Weight
265kg (584 lbs)
Matte Metallic Grey
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Total credit charge examples

For residents of Quebec.
$5,000.00 $10,000.00 $15,000.00 $20,000.00 $25,000.00
1.89% $159.03 $258.06 $357.09 $456.13 $555.16
4.99% $324.03 $588.06 $852.09 $1,116.12 $1,380.15
8.99% $541.62 $1,023.24 $1,504.86 $1,986.47 $2,468.09
11.99% $708.26 $1,356.51 $2,004.77 $2,653.03 $3,301.28
14.99% $877.83 $1,695.66 $2,513.48 $3,331.31 $4,194.14
Total Credit Charges in this table are for illustration purposes and include RDPRM fees. Actual Credit charges will vary based on loan term, amount financed and any optional insurance selected. See your Dealer for details.