Yamaha XTZ 250

 

 

 

Make Model

Yamaha XTZ 250

Year

2009 - 11

Engine

Four stroke, single cylinder. SOHC, 2 valve

Capacity

249 cc / 15.2 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 74.0 x 58.0mm
Cooling System Air /oil cooled
Compression Ratio 9.5: 1

Induction

Injection

Ignition 

TCI
Starting Electric

Max Power

21 hp / 15.3 kW @ 7500 rpm

Max Torque

21 Nm / 2.09 kgf-m @ 6500 rpm
Clutch Wet plate

Transmission 

6 Speed
Final Drive Chain
Frame Semi-double cradle frame

Front Suspension

35mm telescopic fork

Front Wheel Travel 240 mm / 9.4 in

Rear Suspension

Swingarm w/rebound-adjustable single shock
Rear Wheel Travel 200 mm / 7.8 in

Front Brakes

Single 245mm disc

Rear Brakes

Single 203mm disc

Front Tyre

80/90 -21

Rear Tyre

120/80-18
Seat Height 875 mm / 34.4 in

Dry Weight

130 kg / 286.6 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

11 Litres / 2.9 US gal
Review

Yamaha XTZ 250 Lander x Honda XR

Brazil Yamaha has just introduced the new version of its XTZ Lander 250 for the 2009 season, with electronic fuel injection (engine our YBR 250), with catalyst, oxygen sensor system and CIS induction air to bring the regulations Promot Brazil 3, very similar to the European Euro 3.

The single engine of 249 d.c. remains basically the same, a low-cost air-cooled 4-stroke, single cylinder head camshaft (SOHC) 4 valve, now injected, which delivers a maximum output of 21 hp at 8000 rpm and maximum torque of 2.1 kgm at 6,500 laps, which reaches the rear wheel through a change of relations 5.

Part rider does not change, remains intact on the Lander 250 2008, but was re-decorated and fibers for the new season, with a more modern and attractive bike.

Yamaha XTZ 250 X Supermotard
And taking advantage of the revival, the 2009 trailer Lander accompanied by a sister asphalt in plan Supermotard is the XTZ 250 X, which is a fender and fork guards and more speed than the Lander area, as well the mandatory 17-inch tires on both axles, tires, asphalt pavements of 110/70 and 130/70.

The rest of the asphalt and fun X is identical to the Lander, except for some finishing touches, like the matte black color of the fork, swingarm, handlebars and graphics fins and side covers.

The two new Yamaha XTZ 250 are already being distributed to dealers and the Brazilian factory in Manaus cope with domestic demand, it is possible that by the summer or fall, these new models begin to invade the Old World, and more than ever, at very competitive prices and in a category where there is not much supply of models in our market