Yamaha Model List


A (modified) Yamaha RX100

* Yamaha AT-1
* CR5
* CS3
* CS5
* DS7
* TDR50
* TDR80
* DT-1 1968, the world's first true off-road motorcycle debuted in 1968 to create an entirely new genre we know today as trail bikes. The DT-1 made a huge impact on motorcycling because it was truly dirt worthy.[1]
* DT50LC
* DT50M
* DT50MX
* DT50R
* DT50X
* DT80MX
* DT80LC
* DT80R
* DT100MX
* DT100R
* DT125LC
* DT125MX
* DT125R
* DT125X
* DT175MX
* DT200R
* DT250MX
* DT250R
* DT350LC
* DT350R
* DT400B
* FS1E - last UK unrestricted moped, and last moped required to have pedals (1977)
* IT200
* L2GF
* RX50
* RT180H
* RZ350
* R5
* RZ500
* RD50
* RD60
* RD125
* RD200
* RD250
* RD350
* RD350LC
* RD350 YPVS
* RD350 F2
* RD400
* RD500LC
* RS200
* RZ-1
* RS
* RS-100
* RX-Z
* Rs 5-speed
* RX 100
* RX DX
* RX-S
* RX-125
* RX-135 (also known as RX-K)
* TZR
* TD2
* TDR 250
* TZR 250
* TZM 150
* TZ250
* TZ750
* YCS1
* YDS3
* YA-1 built August 1954, produced January 1955, first bike manufactured by Yamaha: air-cooled, 2 stroke, single cylinder 125 cc engine[1]
* YC-1 1956, second bike manufactured by Yamaha, a 175 cc single cylinder two-stroke.[1]
* YD-1 1957, Yamaha began production of its first 250 cc, two-stroke twin, the YD1[1]
* L2
* YL1
* YM1
* YR2
* YSR50 / YSR80
* Chappy

4 stroke
1996 Yamaha XJ600 Diversion / Seca II

* Yamaha DragStar — see also Star Motorcycles for maintained list.
o DragStar 125
o DragStar 250 XVS250
o DragStar 400
o DragStar 950
o DragStar 650 XVS650/XVS650A
o DragStar 1100 XVS1100/XVS1100A
* FJ600 1984-1985 US model — see XJ600
* FJ1100
* FJ1200
* FJR1300
* FZS 600
* FZ1 / FZ6 / FZ16
* FZ150i
* FZ750
* FZR400R
* FZR400RR
* FZR600R
* FZR1000
* FZX700/750 Fazer
* GTS1000
* Jog
* Libero G5
* Morpho I
* MT-01
* MT-03
* Scorpio Z
* SDR 200
* SRX
* SRV250
* SR1 / 250 / 500
* STX
* SZR 660
* TDM 850 / 900
* TT 500
* TTR600
* TTR250
* TTR230
* TX500 / 600 / 750
* Venture
* XVZ1200 Venture Royale
* XVZ1300 Venture Royale
* XS850 Venturer
* XS1100 Venturer
* Virago
* VMax
* XC125, XC180, and XC200 RIVA Scooter
* XJ 550R Seca
* XJ 600
* XJ650RJ Seca - released in the U.S. in 1982, the XJ650RJ Seca is essentially the same XJ650 sold in Europe, but with emissions options that meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency‎ guidelines[2]
* XJ550 / XJ650 / XJ700 / XJ700X / XJ750 / XJ900 / XJ1100 Maxim
* XJ750D
* XJ 600N
* XJ 600S Diversion / Seca II
* XJ 900S Diversion
* XJR400
* XJR1200
* XJR1300
* XS400 / XS400R Seca 400 / XS500 / XS650 / XS750 / XS850 / XS Eleven
* XT200 / XT225 / XT250 / XT350 / XT600
* XT 660
* XT 125 R / 125 x
* XTZ 660 / XTT 750
* XV920R
* XV 1600A Wildstar / Road Star
* XZ 550 Vision / XZ 400
* YBR 125
* YBR 250 / YS 250 FAZER
* YX600 Radian
* YZF600R / YZF750R / YZF1000R
* YZF1000R Thunderace
* YZF-R125 / YZF-R6 / YZF-R7 / YZF-R1 / YZF-R15

Step-throughs, Scooters, Maxi-Scooters (2 & 4 stroke)

Some of these step-throughs and scooters are made for Southeast Asian markets where they are known as underbones.

* Lagenda series (Asia)
* Yamaha LC50 (Asia)
* Yamaha MJ50 (Asia)
* Yamaha V90 (Asia)
* Yamaha C3 50cc (U.S.)
* Yamaha Nouvo (Asia)
* Yamaha Mio (Asia)
* Yamaha Sirius (Asia)
* Yamaha V-IXION (Asia)
* Yamaha X-1 (Asia)
* Yamaha X-1R (Thailand)
* Yamaha Chappy (Asia)
* Yamaha Aerox R 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha Aerox TY race replica 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha BJ 50 cc (Japan)
* Yamaha BW's NBA 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha BW's 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha BWs Naked 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha BW's 12 inch 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha BW's Next Generation 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha Giggle 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha JogR 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha JogRR 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha JogRR MotoGP 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha Jog Deluxe 50 cc (Japan)
* Yamaha Jog ZR 50 cc (Japan)
* Yamaha Jog Poche 50 cc (Japan)
* Yamaha Neo's 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha Neo's 4-Stroke 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha Slider Naked 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha Why 50 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha Vino Classic 50 cc (U.S.)
* Yamaha Zuma 50 cc (U.S.)
* Yamaha Vox 50 cc (Japan)
* Yamaha Vino 50 cc (Japan)
* Yamaha Molte Vino 50 cc (Japan)
* Yamaha U7E
* Yamaha RX-Z 135
* Y125Z (Asia)
* Vino 125 (U.S.)
* Zuma 125 (U.S.)
* Y135LC|Y135LC/Spark 135/Sniper (Asia)

Maxi-Scooters (4 stroke)
One of the smallest of Yamaha's maxi-scooters: Majesty 125

Large Scooters with more than 125 cc, and a large chassis and protection from the elements, very popular in the E.U., Japan & the U.S.

* Yamaha Axis Grand 100 cc(Japan)
* Yamaha CygnusX 125 cc (E.U./Japan)
* Yamaha CygnusX SR 125 cc (Japan)
* Yamaha Majesty 125 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha Vity 125 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha X-City 125 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha BLACK X-MAX 125 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha X-MAX 125 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha X-City 250 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha BLACK X-MAX 250 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha X-MAX 250 cc (E.U.)
* Yamaha Maxam 250 cc (Japan)
* Yamaha Morphous 250 (CP250VL) (U.S.)
* Yamaha Majesty 125 cc
* Yamaha Majesty 250 cc (Japan)
* YP400 Majesty / ABS (E.U./U.S.)
* Yamaha Grand Majesty 400 cc (Japan)
* Yamaha TMAX / ABS (E.U./U.S.)
* Yamaha BLACK TMAX / ABS (E.U.)

Cruisers/Customs
2006 Royal Star Venture Royal Star Venture
Main article: Star Motorcycles

In 1994, Yamaha announced the creation of Star Motorcycles, a new standalone brand name for its cruiser series of motorcycles in the American market. Although a separate brand, Star Motorcycles continue to be sold at Yamaha dealerships. In other markets the same bikes will be still sold under the Yamaha brand.
Motorcycles (racing)

* YZR-M1
* YZR500
* TZ250
* TZ125
* TD1
* TZ350
* TZ500
* TZ700
* TZ750
* OW48R
* RD56
* RD48
* YZE750T
* YZE850T

Off-road bikes
A Yamaha motocross bike on display at Phillip Island
Former World Enduro Champion Stefan Merriman on a Yamaha
Trail bike (road oriented)
2 stroke

* TDR250
* CT175
* DT50
* Yamaha dt 80
* DT100
* DT125
* DT175
* DT200
* DT250
* DT360
* DT400
* L5

4 stroke

* TW125
* TW200
* TW225
* WR250X
* XT200
* XT125X
* XTZ660 Tenere
* XTZ750 Super Tenere
* XT1200Z Super Tenere

Trail bike (dirt orientated)
2 stroke

* AT1 / AT2 / AT3
* CT1 / CT2 / CT3
* DT1 / DT2 / DT3
* JT1 / JT2
* RT1 / RT2 / RT3
* LT2

4 stroke

* TTR50
* TTR90
* TTR110
* TTR125
* XT125R
* XT225
* TTR225
* TTR230
* TT250
* TTR250
* WR250R
* XT250
* TT350
* XT350
* XT400
* TT500
* XT500
* TT600
* XT600
* XT600Z
* XT660

Enduro
2 stroke

* IT125
* IT175
* IT200
* IT250
* IT400
* IT425
* IT465
* IT490

4 stroke

* WR250F
* WR400F
* WR426F
* WR450F

Trials

* TY175
* TY250
* TY350

Motocross
2 stroke

* PW50
* YZ50
* GT80
* PW80
* YZ80
* YZ85
* MX100
* RT100
* MX125
* YZ125
* MX175
* YZ175
* RT180
* MX250
* YZ250
* MX360
* YZ360
* MX400
* YZ400
* YZ465
* YZ490
* SC500

4 stroke

* YZ250F
* YZ400F
* YZ426F
* YZ450F

Electric motorcycles and scooters
See also: Electric motorcycle

* Yamaha Frog
* Yamaha Mest
* Yamaha Eccy
* Yamaha Passol
* Yamaha EC-02
* Yamaha Passol-L
* Yamaha Pocke[3]
* Yamaha Seated Electric Scooter[3]

Concept/prototype motorcycles
A Yamaha FC-me

* Yamaha DEINONYCHUS
* Yamaha FC-me
* Yamaha Gen-Ryu
* Yamaha HV-01
* Yamaha MAXAM 3000
* Morpho
* Yamaha Morpho II
* VOX
* Yamaha XS-V1 Sakura[4]
* Yamaha XT250X