2022 Yamaha Xsr 700 Review

2022 Yamaha Xsr 700 Review

2022 Yamaha Xsr 700 Review
2022 Yamaha Xsr 700 Review

The Yamaha XSR 700 is certain to come with new updates made by Yamaha engineers to motorbikes that are included in the Japanese manufacturer’s Sport Heritage.

Before we go any further, we want to explain the naming of this motorbike and why call it Sport Heritage on this motorbike. The number 700 refers to the engine capacity used, the XS is a sign that this motorbike generation originated from the Yamaha XS-1 which was the first 4-stroke motorcycle produced by Yamaha in 1970, and the letter R is an acronym for Racing, representing that this motorbike also adopted racing technology from this fork manufacturer.

The Yamaha XSR 700 is built on the base Yamaha MT-07, some argue that this bike is MT-07 with a classic look. Starting from the bodywork, seat design, retro-style headlamp design with the support of modern technology and features.

Discussing the appearance of this motorbike, you need to know that the Yamaha XSR 700 was designed by the legendary Japanese Bike Builder, Shinya Kimura, who said that the main concept of this motorbike design was Timeless Beauty. Seeing the appearance of this motorbike, it seems that Shinya Kimura has succeeded in reviving the memory of automotive enthusiasts of the big name Yamaha XS Series.

2022 Yamaha Xsr 700 Review
2022 Yamaha Xsr 700 Review

This motorbike engine has a unique character, in the low to medium rpm range the pull is very responsive but relatively easy to control, combined with high rpm this engine is capable of producing a maximum power of 74.8 PS at 9,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 68 Nm at 6,500 rpm delivered. linearly thanks to the Crossplane Crankshaft.


In this article, we will review for you the Yamaha XSR 700 Specifications and Prices. Check out our review below.


Engine type 689cc double cylinder DOHC inline and liquid cooled; 8 valves

Power 74 hp

Diameter x Ground 80.0mm x 68.6mm

Compression Ratio 11.5: 1

Fuel Injection Fuel System


Multiplate wet clutch

6-speed transmission

Final Drive Chain


Front suspension 41mm telescopic fork; 5.1-in travel

Single shock rear suspension, adjustable preload; 5.1-in travel

Front brake Dual hydraulic disc, 282mm; ABS

Rear Hydraulic disc brake, 245mm; ABS

Front tire 120 / 70ZR17 Pirelli® Phantom Sportcomp

Rear Tire 180 / 55ZR17 Pirelli® Phantom Sportcomp

Fuel Tank Capacity 14 L (3.7 US gal.)

Dynamic White / Rapid Red Color


TCI IGNITION: Transistor Controlled Ignition

Headlamp Multi-reflector headlight

LED stop lamp


Length 81.7 in

32.3 in. Wide

44.5 in. High

55.3 in (1405 mm) Wheelbase Distance

Lowest distance to the ground 5.5 in (140 mm)

32.9 in (835 mm) Seat Height

Weight 410 lbs (186 kg)

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