Yamaha Motors welcomes its latest addition in its ATV Sport Series – the Yamaha Raptor 250R. Benefiting from the qualities of the Raptor 250 and improved performance and maneuverability due to its tank shocks, the Yamaha is ready to conquer the track and the track.
In 1988, Yamaha Motors presented Yamaha Blaster 200. Since its release, it has quickly gained popularity among all ATV enthusiasts all over the world and has become one of the best sales of all time. However, emission restrictions have changed over the years and have become more restrictive. Yamaha Blaster, with its two-stroke power plant, lost its charm, so Yamaha Motors decided to cut production in 2007. After a year, they have released its modern and sporting successor: the 2008 Yamaha Raptor 250.
2 years have passed and now Yamaha Motors is now aiming for greater ambition with the Raptor 250. Getting to the market is the craziest Yamaha Raptor 250R.
Intimidation Raptor style and position and design bold and elegant
Ergonomic design for sporty driving all day long
Five-speed manual transmission with all-terrain gears
Light 249cc, air cooled engine
Rear tires with low profile for excellent traction and performance
The largest suspension trip and the lowest seat of its class Raptor
Quad ATV Lighter that is very manoeuvrable and offers minimal maneuverability
The Lightest Quad ATV
Yamaha Raptor 250R is regarded as the lightest Quad ATV on the market. What makes it even more genial is that it executes it, gives each rider the most powerful experience in the track and track. Each part of this beautiful Quad ATV is a perfect mix to make it lighter.
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The low rated weight of the 250R is a combination of aluminum wheels and Dunlop ATV tires. These tires reduce unsprung weight and allow the suspension to operate more stress free. The compact steel frame of the 250R engine offers power and a lightweight power plant. Using advanced and improved technology, this ATV Quad is capable of creating a 50-pound air-cooled 4-stroke engine that is lighter than its predecessor, the Yamaha Blaster .
One of the reasons why this Quad ATV has a low weight is due to the combination of aluminum wheels and Dunlop ATV tires. These tires reduce unsprung weight and allow the suspension to operate more stress free.
Also adding to its lightweight design, the compact steel frame of the 250R engine provides power and a lightweight power plant. Using advanced and improved technology, this lightweight ATV is capable of creating a 50-pound air-cooled 4-stroke engine that is lighter than its predecessor, Yamaha Blaster. Compared to a bike Polaris, Honda or Suzuki of normal size, the 250R is also lighter than 50 pounds.
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Clearly, the Yamaha has succeeded in creating the best ATV on the market: the Yamaha Raptor 250R.
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