2020 Yamaha XJ6 ABS Rumors

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2020 Yamaha XJ6 ABS Rumors

2020 Yamaha XJ6 ABS Rumors – Recognized for its design, robustness and power, the XJ6N is in full color with the 2020 model. The 600-liter engine, coupled with its 4-2-1 exhaust, is designed to have the best performance and best center of gravity, providing thus, more agility in piloting and maneuvering, besides generating the powerful snore, characteristic of this bike. With disc brakes and ABS on the two standard wheels for added safety, the XJ6N is a bike for those who want to impress and have fun on the way to and from work, enjoy a good road and even enjoy all its power on closed pistes. Fill out the form by clicking I’m Interested and our sales team will contact you.

2020 Yamaha XJ6 ABS Rumors

2020 Yamaha XJ6 ABS Rumors
2020 Yamaha XJ6 ABS Rumors

Yamaha XJ6 2020 ABS Review

At a time when motorcycles of this type and averages were the main focus of the market Yamaha introduced the XJ6 line on the European continent. The idea was to sell a four-cylinder motorcycle that delivers fun and power to the riders. The project was a bit more user-friendly and affordable than its main competitors in the 600c range, came in two versions, one naked and one fairing, and came to retire the FZ6 line. The XJ6 only arrived in Brazil in 2010, about two years after its launch in the international market.

2020 Yamaha XJ6 ABS Specs

On the official site of the XJ6 Yamaha highlights its design, robustness and power, and ends up informing (erroneously) that it “is with new colors in the 2018 model”. The manufacturer takes the opportunity to talk about the 600cc engine, coupled with the 4-2-1 exhaust, which is designed to perform better and center of gravity, thus providing more agility in handling and maneuvering, in addition to generating the characteristic snore of the bike.

The standard ABS disc brakes on both wheels ensure safety and make it “a bike for those who want to impress and have fun on the way to and from work, enjoy a good road and even enjoy all its power on closed pistes”, informs