|Uga diarani||Yamaha Step-through|
|Masa dalam produksi||1980-1986 (for the UK market)|
|Mesin||Cithakan:Convert/cc 2-stroke air-cooled, reed valve|
|Transmisi||2-speed automatic, with high and low ratio|
|Panjang||184 m (604 ft)|
|Lebar||0.645 m (2,116 ft)|
|Tinggi||1.005 m (3,297 ft)|
|Kapasitas bahan bakar||Cithakan:Convert/l|
Yamaha Seri-V yaiku [[[montor bebek]] 2-tak kang diprodhuksi dening Yamaha. Yamaha seri V iki migunakake mesin kanthi kapasitas kang beda-beda, gumantung segmen pasar kang dituju. Pit montor iki diprodhuksi kanggo nandhingi Honda Super Cub kang wus kawentar.
Model V overview[sunting]
Pit montor iki nduweni variasi prodhuk:
- Yamaha V50
- Yamaha V50P
- Yamaha v50M
- Yamaha V70
- Yamaha V75
- Yamaha V80
- Yamaha V90
Yamaha Seri V ditawakake minangka montor bebek kang murah lan gampang panganggone. Seri V iki diprodhuksi wiwit taun 1970an kanthi seri V50, V70 and V90. Then branched out to different variations in the mid 70s with the V50p (to replace the V50) and V75 and then in the late 70s added the V80. In early 1980 Yamaha got rid of the V70, V75 and the original V80 models and introduced two new models, the V50m and the V80m. Thus reducing the number of models to two.
Differences between the V50s[sunting]
Throughout the V series' lifetime there were three different variations of the V50. The reason for the different models was that Yamaha needed to change the moped to comply with changing laws on the 50 cc moped in the UK.
This was the first Yamaha V50 and was one of the first models to be sold along with the V70 and the V90. The original V50 had a Cithakan:Convert/cc 2-stroke engine with a 3 speed semi-automatic gearbox and could reach speeds of about 35–40 mph (56–64 km/h). The problem with this model was that in the UK in the early 1970s to ride a 50 cc moped on a learner licence the bike needed to have pedals. So Yamaha decided to change the V50 model to the V50p, so it could be ridden on L-plates. (in the UK)
The P in Yamaha V50P stood for pedals and was released in the UK in 1975, now that it had pedals it could be bought and used on L-plates. The bike itself was almost exactly the same to the original V50 but instead of having immovable footrest it had pedals that could move the bike when the engine was off. It still had the same engine with the 3 speed semi-automatic gearbox and still able to reach speeds of around 35–40 mph. In 1977 the law changed in the UK on what a moped was, so Yamaha released the next model of V50 in 1980.
The V50m was the last revision of the V50. It had a slight redesign with a different faring, a square headlight and a new speedometer with built in fuel gauge. The main difference was that this model had a 2 speed automatic gearbox with high and low ratios and had a restricted top speed of 30 mph (48 km/h). The model changed because of the new law in the UK that defining a moped. Under the new law all new 50 cc mopeds were restricted to 30 mph and had to have automatic transmission. The "V" range of moped was discontinued in 1986.