The incredibly macho Yamaha Stratoliner is one of the most stylish, comfortable and powerful cruisers in the market. Also known as Yamaha XV 1900 and Stratoliner Deluxe, this big boy is perfect for those who love the look and feel of a large cruiser. The Yamaha Stratoliner was originally launched in 2006 and is the largest Yamaha V-twin motorcycle in production. What make this motorcycle popular among the masses are the touring amenities, advanced technology, and timeless style.
The 2010 Yamaha Stratoliner Deluxe is a premium touring bike and offers the rider first-class handling. The Stratoliner’s 113-cubic-inch, air-cooled, 48-degree V-twin; and pushrod OHV engine produces great trust at any speed. The four pushrod-activated valves and two spark plugs per cylinder provide optimum combustion efficiency. Yamaha also ensured that a great deal of torque would be transmitted from the bottom of the rev range. The EXUP system which has been implemented provides a torque boost; 2000 to 3000 rpm.
The Stratoliner Deluxe is fitted with a five-speed transmission. The frame mounted oil cooler which maintains consistent oil temperatures for optimum cooling and lubrication is a first for Yamaha. The aluminum frame, 50/50 weight distribution, and low center of gravity make it easy to handle. With an impressive ground clearance, the rider can easily maneuver through lean angles and corner exits. The four valves per cylinder provide better breathing and fuel injection. The fuel consumption of the 2010 Yamaha Stratoliner Deluxe is 42 mpg combined.
The 2010 Yamaha Stratoliner Deluxe is equipped with integrated speakers, an iPod jack, and a handlebar mounted audio system. The locking hard side bags and the sculpted seat are ideal for long hauls or short trips. The Stratoliner Deluxe boasts stylish LED taillights, 3 D speed lines on the fuel tank, a low fuel warning lights, and a fork lock which has been integrated into the main ignition switch. The 2010 Yamaha Stratoliner is only available in the raven color scheme.