Published on May 27th, 2013 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Yamaha V-Star 650, Your Hot Machine
Yamaha V-Star 650 Custom features lots of chrome, luminous paint, a bobtail rear fender, and the convenience of a clean quiet shaft drive. With a very manageable seat height, light handling, a 650cc V-Twin engine and chrome in all the right places the 2013 Yamaha V-Star Custom is great choice.
From the day it hit the street, the V-Star 650 Custom has been a huge hit. With an authentic V-twin power-plant and a lean, low-slung chassis, and then tricked it out with lots of chrome, rich paint, and a bobtail rear fender. And thanks to its “chopper” profile, shaft drive, and low seat height, the end result is no ordinary custom. The V-Star 650 Custom is so stylish and unique; people will swear you must have customized it yourself.
The V Star Custom is the lightest of the full-size Stars, which means great handling and performance are along for the ride, too. Dual exhausts, custom-looking clear turn signals, lots of chrome—the V Star Custom represents tremendous cruiser bang for the buck. Classic rigid-look rear end serves up 3.4 inches of rear wheel travel damped by a hidden preload-adjustable shock, offering up a great ride. 27.4-inch seat height lets riders get both feet on the pavement. Estimated 49 mpg* means over 200 miles of riding before petrol fill-up.