|Manufacturer||Yamaha Motor Company|
|Also called||Yamaha Serow|
|Engine||223 cc, Single-cylinder, air-cooled, four-stroke, SOHC, 2-valves|
|Power||20 hp (15 kW)|
|Torque||19 N⋅m (14 lb⋅ft)|
|Suspension||Front: telescopic, Rear: swingarm with rebound adjust|
|Brakes||Front: 220mm disc, Rear: 110mm drum|
|Tires||21 inch front, 18 inch rear|
|Wheelbase||53.1 in (1,349 mm)|
|Dimensions||L: 81.5 in (2,070 mm)|
W: 31.7 in (805 mm)
H: 45.7 in (1,161 mm)
|Seat height||31.9 in (810 mm)|
|Weight||238 lb (108 kg) (dry)|
|Fuel capacity||2.3 US gal (8.7 l)|
The Yamaha XT225, or known in some markets as the Yamaha Serow, was a dual-sport motorcycle produced by Yamaha from 1986 to 2007. The XT225 was preceded and superseded by the XT250. Power is supplied by a 223cc single-cylinder, air-cooled four-stroke engine featuring a SOHC and 2 valves. The engine produces 15 kW of power and 19Nm of torque. The XT225 has a reputation for being a lightweight dual-purpose motorcycle which is suited to many applications.
(For the origin of the name, see serow.)
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- Zaharan Razak. "RTW On A Yamaha Serow 225WE: Against Conventional Wisdom?". Retrieved 2012-01-08.
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- xtserow.co.uk. "About XT SEROW.CO.UK". Retrieved 2012-01-08.
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