(1981 / Production Model)
Based on the XJ750E, which adopted the Yamaha Induction Control System (YICS) for both higher power and fuel economy and focused on delivering the fun of riding a slim, compact machine, the XJ750A was a more luxury-focused version of the sport bike and included extra functions and design touches. It had an upright riding position, a slim but sharp body design and numerous features that included the world’s first microcomputer-controlled LCD monitoring and warning system, an anti-dive fork to inhibit the front end from diving during heavy braking, and the first fog light fitted to a motorcycle.
- Overall length × width × height: 2,135mm × 860mm × 1,120mm
- Weight: 218kg
- Engine type: Air-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, in-line 4-cylinder, 748cm³
- Maximum power output: 51.5kW（70.0PS）/ 9,000r/min
- Maximum torque: 60.8N･m（6.2kgf･m）/ 7,000r/min
- Price: ¥595,000
*All figures, etc. in a model's description or specifications are from when the model was originally released.