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2022 Yamaha FJR1300 - Performance, Price, and Photos
2022 Yamaha FJR1300 - Performance, Price, and Photos
10 Sep 2022 First Look
Sponsored by Moto Animals

For the better part of two decades, Yamaha’s legendary Sport-Touring monster – the FJR1300 – has been a mainstay in their motorcycle lineup. Aimed at giving riders a comfortable and fully loaded riding experience catered to going the distance, the 2022 Yamaha FJR1300ES continues the FJR legacy in perfect sport fashion.


This big beautiful bike packs a smooth yet powerful 1298cc DOHC inline-four engine into its over-weight and comfortable form factor. You can thank the 142 horsepower and 102 lb-ft of onboard torque for the main reason Yamaha markets this as a “SPORT”& touring motorcycle model.


Although Yamaha’s home of Japan isn’t quite the best place for such a massive motorcycle, the FJR1300ES fits perfectly here at home in North America as a reliable touring model to take you cross-country in style.


The “A” model was dropped back in 2020, but we are left with the ES trim which denotes fully electronically adjustable suspension as a standard feature, bringing an even further level of comfort to this touring beast.

To celebrate 20 years of sports touring history, Yamaha has provided a special colorway limited to the 2022 model year.


General Info:

Key Features:

  • Electronically controlled suspension now standard on base model
  • Lean-over engine cutoff and fuel kill sensor that detects if there is a drop or lowside
  • Advanced touring traction control and comfort settings
  • Limited edition color for 2022

Key Specs

  • Engine Type: 1298cc liquid-cooled DOHC inline 4-cylinder
  • Horsepower: 142 HP
  • Torque: 102 lb-ft
  • Wet Weight: 642 lbs (291 kg)
  • Seat Height: 31.7 to 32.5 inches (805 to 825 mm)

Key Competitors

  • Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS
  • KTM 1290 Super Duke R
  • BMW R1250 RT

Price:&& $18,199 USD / $20,899 CAD

#Moto #Bike #FJR1300

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