Yamaha Motor Corp U.S. has released the Supersport Touring 2013 FJR1300A. It will deliver a more exhilarating and comfortable ride through a new design that is more modern and technologically advanced compared to its predecessor, according to the company.
The FJR1300A gets a complete electronics overhaul with Supersport-inspired features like Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle (YCC-T), Traction Control (TCS) and D-Mode (Sport and Touring). All these technologies work in unison with an all-new Cruise Control system to ensure an easy ride.
The look of the FJR1300A has been completely modernized starting with a more aggressive shape and design of the front and side cowls. The windscreen has been changed and now goes up and down twice as fast and retains the same position when the key is removed.
The cockpit of the FJR1300A is completely new. The instrument cluster features three distinct easy-to-read panels. On the left is an analog tachometer, the center is a digital speedometer and to the right is a multi-dot digital display. The controls feature a multi-function handlebar switch system for operating the windscreen, heated grips and informational display, along with stand-alone cruise control buttons.
With new front and rear suspension settings on the 2013 FJR1300A, it will be an even easier ride with or without a passenger, according to the company. Standard ABS and Yamaha’s Unified Braking System also ensure great braking performance.
The 2013 FJR1300A will be available in Stone Grey with an MSRP of $15,890 starting this month.