2014 Yamaha V Star on ns1.2040-motos
Yamaha V Star description
Personal Thoughts and Info:
I have owned this motorcycle since June 2014; I personally purchased the motorcycle from a local dealer as a brand new product with only 5 miles on the odometer and no modifications made to it. Since purchasing I have used the bike for only four trips, each of which spanned no father than 200 miles there and back; all other travels have been on/off commuting (using maybe once or twice in a week, 8-10 times a month) to and from work, which is no more than 15 minutes from my residence.
I have experienced zero operational issues or faults in the entirety of owning this motorcycle; it accelerates and breaks as quickly as the day I first drove it home; it still continues to be as comfortable and enjoyable to ride as it was day one. I have often made comments saying that "it feels like a recliner on wheels" because of the level of comfort while commuting to and from work.
This motorcycle is in GREAT condition with very low milage. Regular maintenance has been performed and the motorcycle has been stored in covered shelter with tarp as added protection.
Modifications Made Since Purchase:
I have made minimal modifications to the motorcycle since purchasing, but those that I have made are listed below along with the reason for the modification.
All modifications made to the motorcycle can be easily removed; the stock muffler will be given with the motorcycle upon sale.
Viewing, Purchasing & Pick Up:
**ANY QUESTIONS CAN BE SENT TO ME VIA EBAY MESSAGING. RESPONSES WILL BE GIVEN WITHIN ONE TO TWO HOURS.
Description from Yamaha Motors Website:
2014 Yamaha V-Star 950 Tourer Total Motorcycle Key Features
Yamaha V Star for Sale
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