When did Yamaha stop making the Stratoliner?

When did Yamaha stop making the Stratoliner?

Yamaha XV1900A

Manufacturer Yamaha Motor Company
Also called Star Roadliner (US) Star Stratoliner (US touring version) Yamaha Midnight Star (UK)
Production from 2006 to 2017
Class Cruiser
Engine 1,854 cc (113.1 cu in)48 degree 4-stroke air-cooled V-twin

What is the difference between Yamaha Roadliner and Stratoliner?

So the Stratoliner is basically just a Roadliner with a windshield, saddlebags, and a passenger backrest. Except for the slightly stiffer spring (more preload) in the single-damper rear suspension, it is technically the same. The Stratoliner comes in the same three cosmetic variations as the Roadliner.

What was the last year for Yamaha roadliner?

From the years 2006 to 2017, Yamaha produced the largest production bike in the company’s history, the Roadliner. The Roadliner is a part of Yamaha’s Star Motorcycles division.

What is the biggest Yamaha cruiser?

The XV1900 is the largest Yamaha motorcycle in production even today. A massive 1.9-liter mill sits at the core of this Yamaha cruiser. It’s a four-stroke air-cooled V-Twin engine tied to a five-speed gearbox.

How much do Stratoliners weigh?

37 pounds
One of the most dynamic elements of the Stratoliner is its aluminum frame. Weighing just 37 pounds, which is 25 pounds lighter than the Road Star, it is manufactured from just eight component pieces compared to 64 for the Road Star.

Which motorcycles are cheapest to maintain?

10 Cheapest Cruiser Bikes To Maintain

  • 8 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic.
  • 7 2019 Yamaha Bolt R-Spec.
  • 6 Harley Davidson Sportster Superlow.
  • 5 2019 Honda Shadow Phantom.
  • 4 Suzuki Boulevard C50.
  • 3 2019 Yamaha V Star 250.
  • 2 2019 Harley Davidson Iron 883.
  • 1 Suzuki Boulevard S40.

Did Yamaha stop making cruisers?

A dealer told me, yes, Yamaha has dropped production of cruisers. No great loss in my opinion, if true. But it would show the market is turning away from bar hopping dabblers to (perhaps) more dedicated riders; i.e., from style to substance. The sole foot-forward bike is the transcontinental travel bike.