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2012 Yamaha V Star 250 on ns1.2040-motos

$4,190
YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Lemon Grove, California

Lemon Grove, CA
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Yamaha V Star tech info

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Yamaha V Star description

2012 Yamaha V Star 250, With an authentic V-twin engine, the V-Star 250 will give you the grunt and growl that you don't often find in the lightweight class. It's also got a low 685mm (27") seat height for added confidence, perfect for novice riders. For 2012, we've changed the handlebar design which in turn has improved rider comfort and styling too. One ride and you'll see why so many entry riders have chosen this nimble, confidence-inspiring cruiser. Heavyweight styling. Lightweight packaging.

Moto blog

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