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How much is a 1982 Yamaha Virago worth?

How much is a 1982 Yamaha Virago worth?


Excellent $3,455
Very Good $2,435
Good $1,330
Fair $695
Poor N/A

How much does a Yamaha Virago 750 weight?

Yamaha XV 750 Virago

Make Model Yamaha XV 750 Virago
Seat Height 710 mm / 28.0 in
Ground clearance 145 mm / 5.7 in
Dry Weight 225 kg / 496 lbs
Wet Weight 238 kg /; 524.7 lbs

How much is a 1981 Yamaha Virago worth?


Excellent $2,985
Very Good $1,795
Good $1,010
Fair $535
Poor N/A

What was the top speed of a Yamaha Virago 750?

Yamaha XV750 Virago 750: review, history, specs. The Yamaha XV750 Virago was a V-Twin, four-stroke Cruiser motorcycle produced by Yamaha between 1981 and 1982 and resuming in 1987 to 1997 in response to the 1980s motorcycle tariff. It could reach a top speed of 109 mph (175 km/h).

What was the price of a Yamaha Virago in 1982?

For 1982 Yamaha Motor Corp. USA offered two Viragos to the dealers, the 750 ($3,200) and a new 920 ($3,700). Through sensible initial design at the factory, it was not a complicated act to alter the latter’s chain to a shaft drive.

When did the Yamaha XV920 Virago come out?

1982 Yamaha XV920 Virago. The 750 Virago was a hit, the XV920R a sales flop, and the latter was pulled from the U.S. lineup after the second year. But if that 750 Virago was such a good seller, why not build a bigger one, the marketing types asked—we already have the engine.

What kind of brakes does a Yamaha Virago have?

The later XV750 virago came with thicker, 38mm, fork stanchions and dual disc brakes while the monoshock suspension was dropped in favour of the true cruiser twin shock set up, making the three quarter litre bike look every bit as convincing as the full capacity version.