2016 Yamaha FJR1300 Got A Lot Of Features Changes
2016 Yamaha FJR1300 has become an icon of world-class sport-touring. First introduced in the US in 2002, this model continues to evolve and more and more sought after. Some types are used to support the work of the police in some countries as an escort motorcycle.
Welcoming 2016, Yamaha provides a variety of new features that increasingly favor convenience, both the standard model (2016 Yamaha FJR1300A) and models with electronic suspension, 2016 Yamaha FJR1300ES. The engine is still the same, relying on the type of 1298 cc 4-cylinder engine, inline with shaft drive.
The significant change is the 6-speed transmission technology is now equipped with a slipper clutch assists, so the shift will be very light and smooth, especially when lower the gear. All the gear ratio was altered, 1 and 2 a little higher, then 4 and 5 is made slightly shorter.
Front and rear lights use LED. The turn signal is also sophisticated, controlled by the inertial measurement unit (IMU). This component will detect the slope of the motorcycle through a bank angle sensor to turn on the emergency lights in case of an accident.
Updated indicator panel lighter than the light that can adjust the light level. Driving modes remain, including the D-mode, speed control, traction control, ABS, heated handlebars, windshield and handlebars can be adjusted. Especially for the type of the ES, the suspension can be adjusted to 84 levels.
The 2016 Yamaha FJR1300A and 2016 Yamaha FJR1300ES are offered with a choice of new colors, Cobalt Blue, went on sale in March 2016. Pricing will be released a month before the official launch.
If seen from the figures, the size of the machine, as well as ability, this bike is tough enough to be aligned with legendary, Honda Gold Wing.