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2015 Yamaha SR400 First Ride Photo Gallery

Check out photos of Yamaha’s new-but-old SR400 as we take it for a spin in the 2015 Yamaha SR400 First Ride review.

Instrumentation is simple but effective and even includes a low-fuel warning light.
2015 Yamaha SR400 - $5990.
The SR400 sources a two-valve air-cooled 399cc Single that’s fuel injected. It’s lit via a manual kickstarter.
The SR400’s seat is long and low. It can accommodate a passenger and is reasonably comfortable for city riding.
Yamaha helps riders get back to the basics with its tried-and-true SR400 street bike.
While prime for customization we like the quiet purr of the SR400’s exhaust note.
The timeless good looks of Bell Helmet’s original open face lid lives on with its recently redesigned Custom 500 helmet. DOT-approved and available in six sizes (XS-XXL), each variation, with the exception of the XS/S comes with a uniquely shaped fiberglass outer shell and internal EPS liner. It comes with a quilted and fixed internal liner and is attached to rider’s head via a conventional fabric strap and D-ring enclosure. The Custom fits with sizing comparable to its Moto-9 off road helmet and available in seven colorways.
Even after three decades, it’s hard to argue with the SR’s styling. It’s as cute today as it was in 1978.
The ’15 SR400 gets a more modern-style cross-drilled front disc brake.