Buyers Guide 2018 Yamaha TW200 Buyer's Guide | Specs & Price

2018 Yamaha TW200 Buyer’s Guide | Specs & Price

2018 Yamaha TW200

While not marketed as a retro bike, the 2018 Yamaha TW200 fits the bill. However, that’s simply because it hasn’t had any significant changes in decades.

As a result, the 2018 Yamaha TW200 still has a 28mm Mikuni carburetor, an air-cooled motor, a rear drum brake, and non-adjustable suspension. Be that as it may, the TW200 still fits in the modern world. The low seat height welcomes almost everyone, and the 278-pound wet weight is relatively low.

2018 Yamaha TW200 Specs

The fat tires provide lots of traction on- and off-pavement, though they prefer a sedate pace. Ridden properly, the TW200 can go just about anywhere you point it, thanks to the easy torquey motor and huge rubber footprint.

A favorite RV rear bumper bike, the 2018 Yamaha TW200 is great for short commutes and errand runs, along with fun off-road excursions.

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2018 Yamaha TW200 Specs:

ENGINE

  • Type: Single
  • Displacement: 196cc
  • Bore x stroke: 67.0 x 55.7mm
  • Compression ratio 9.5:1
  • Valve train: SOHC, two valves
  • Fueling: Mikuni 28mm carb
  • Cooling: Air
  • Transmission: Constant-mesh 5-speed
  • Final drive: Chain

CHASSIS

  • Front suspension; travel: Non-adjustable fork; 6.3 inches
  • Rear suspension; travel: Non-adjustable shock; 5.9 inches
  • Front tire: 130/80-18
  • Rear tire: 180/80-14
  • Front brake: 220mm disc
  • Rear brake: 110mm drum

DIMENSIONS and CAPACITIES

  • Wheelbase: 52.2 inches
  • Rake: 25.8°
  • Trail: 3.4 inches
  • Seat height: 31.1 inches
  • Ground clearance: 10.4 inches
  • Fuel capacity 1.8 gallons
  • EPA estimated fuel economy: 78 mpg
  • Wet weight: 278 pounds

2018 Yamaha TW200 Color:

  • Sandy Beige

2018 Yamaha TW200 Price:

  • $4599 MSRP

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With 45 years of riding experience, Don Williams is a fan of all kinds of motorcycles. He enjoys sport bikes, cruisers, dirt bikes, touring bikes, adventure bikes, dual sport bikes, and rideable customs. Ask Don what his favorite bike is and he will tell you, "Whatever bike I'm on."

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