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2008 Yamaha Vino Classic Pictures & Specs


2008 Yamaha Vino Classic Pictures & Specs

Yamaha Vino Classic Specifications

  • Yamaha Vino Classic MSRP: $1,949 (Raspberry Metalic) $1,949 (Liquid Silver)
  • Yamaha Vino Classic Engine:
  • Type 49cc liquid-/air-cooled 4-stroke single, SOHC, 3 valve
    Bore x Stroke 38.0mm x 43.5mm
    Compression Ratio 12.0:1
    Carburetion 14mm Teikei
    Ignition CDI
    Transmission V-belt automatic
    Final Drive V-belt

  • Yamaha Vino Classic Chassis:
  • Suspension/Front Telescopic fork, 2.3-in travel
    Suspension/Rear Single shock, 2.1-in travel
    Brakes/Front 110mm drum
    Brakes/Rear 110mm drum
    Tires/Front 90/90-10
    Tires/Rear 90/90-10
  • Yamaha Vino Classic Dimensions:
  • Length 65.6 in
    Width 24.8 in
    Height 39.6 in
    Seat Height 28.1 in
    Wheelbase 45.7 in
    Ground Clearance 3.3 in
    Dry Weight 166 lb
    Fuel Capacity 1.2 gal
  • Yamaha Vino Classic Other:
  • Color: Team Yamaha Blue/White; Raven w/Rocket Red Flames; Silver
  • Warranty: 1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)
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