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        The new Yamaha Crosser 150 is an economical everyday ADV

        This would look right at home on our bumpy roads
        by Matthew Galang Dec 21, 2021
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        Yamaha has entered the small-displacement adventure bike arena with the Crosser 150: a lightweight motorcycle that offers the versatility of a larger ADV machine in a more affordable package.

        Headlining the Crosser’s look are a tall stance, high-mounted exhaust, and a front beak—all hallmarks of adventure bike design. Minimal fairings keep the bike simple, while decals bearing “XTZ” designate the Crosser as one of Yamaha’s off-road-ready models.

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        Standard equipment includes 19-inch front and 17-inch rear spoked wheels shod in Metzeler Tourance dual-purpose tires; a long-travel telescopic front fork and rear monoshock; and single disc brakes with ABS.

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        A combination digital and analog gauge cluster displays the usual things you’d expect to find in a modern dash: A speedometer, tachometer, neutral indicator, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, ABS indicator, and more.

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        Powering the Crosser is a 149cc single-cylinder engine with 12.2hp and 12.74Nm of torque on tap. Mated to the engine is a five-speed manual gearbox that transmits power to the rear wheel via a chain drive. As a neat party trick, the Crosser’s mill can run on both gasoline and ethanol, which makes it ideal for countries where the latter is cheaper.

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        This bike earns some extra adventure touring cred thanks to a wide seat, a height-adjustable handlebar, and an included rear cargo rack.

        The Crosser comes in S and Z trims, with the latter featuring different colors, decals, and a larger front beak. The S is available in Black Eclipse and Sports White, both priced at 15,590 Brazilian Reals, or about P136,500. The Z trim can be had for 15,790 Brazilian Reals, or approximately P138,000, in either Competition Blue or Dakar Sand.

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        Unfortunately for us, the Crosser has only been launched in Brazil so far. Here’s hoping Yamaha Motor Philippines gives us something similar in the near future.

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