2010 Yamaha FZ6R Comes with New Graphics

Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Yamaha has announced that its 2010 version of its FZ6R sportbike model comes with new colors and graphics. “With the 2010 FZ6R Yamaha is continuing to define what to expect from an entry level sport bike,” the company says in a statement.

The 2010 FZ6R will be available in dealerships nationwide beginning in February 2010 with a starting MSRP of $7,390. The FZ6R will be available in Team Yamaha Blue/White, Pearl White/Rapid Red, Pearl White/Vivid Magenta and Raven.

“New comers to the sport will especially appreciate the low seat height and handlebars that put the rider comfortably in control and anyone can appreciate build quality usually reserved for models costing thousands of dollars more.”

“An all new diamond-shaped steel frame keeps the seat height low enough to comfortably reach the ground while allowing responsive handling. A solidly mounted engine allows for the optimum balance of high vertical rigidity and comparatively low lateral rigidity for stability at speed and sharp cornering performance.”

The 600cc FZ6R features include adjustable handlebar and seat position and full meter display with digital speedometer, analog tachometer, odometer/tripmeter, fuel gauge and water coolant gauge.

“Stylish bodywork lends the FZ6R a sporty aggressive look, borrowing aggressive lines from the YZF-R series with more extensive wind protection to match the more upright seating position. A low mount exhaust keeps the mass centralized while adding to the aggressive modern look of the bike.”

“Now what’s your excuse for not getting the cool sportbike you always wanted?”
the company concluded.
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