Photos of the 2005 Yamaha Royal Star Tour Deluxe. 2005 Yamaha Royal Star Tour Deluxe.
- A large windshield provides ample coverage when touring.
- 2005 Yamaha Royal Star Tour Deluxe
- The Royal Star Tour Deluxe looks as good as many cruisers on the market, but with touring capabilities.
- Tour Deluxe san windshield and and backrest.
- Even before I swung my leg over the Deluxe, Yamaha's PR people hit me with a barrage of pie charts, graphs, and statistical charts that proved there was unequivocally a market for a blended machine such as the Deluxe.
- A host of new features and ergonomic standards give the Royal Star Deluxe an identity all its own
- After turning a few miles, my first thought was this machine was destined for long hauls on the asphalt.
- The digital cruise control allows you to ride with your right hand in the breeze.
- Yamaha has emerged with a machine that might satisfy the ever-conflicting desires of motorcyclists with its new Royal Star Tour Deluxe.
- The V-4 pulls and feels like a four, but looks like a twin from afar.
- Dual discs up front work well for an 800 pound bike.
- The tach could've been super cool, but a digital needle is flat out wack.
- The Deluxe's locking hardbags are second to none aesthetically.
- Capacious hardbags provide enough room for overnight trips.
- Ample room on the pilot seat and a backrest for the passenger make touring a breeze.
- Don't like the exhaust tips? No problem, turn them around or swap them out for different ones with the turn of a screw.