Yamaha XJ750 Maxim motorcycles come with a 748 ml. four cylinder, air-cooled, inline, dual overhead cam, five valves per cylinder, transverse mounted, regular unleaded gasoline engine, five-speed constant mesh transmission with wet clutch, and shaft drive. While they are predictable and easily handled, they can easily keep up with or lead traffic. They are also equipped with an attached security chain and lock (which uses the same key as the ignition, seat lock, and fuel tank) which is housed in its own compartment. They have both side and center stands. These motorcycles came with cast alloy wheels and tubeless tires.We have had this machine since July, 2014. It has ~ 49,407 miles on it. It is kept garaged. It has a fresh Mobil-1 full synthetic (10W-40 T4 Racing motorcycle) oil change with a NAPA Gold (Mann) oil filter, and new NGK spark plugs. It has Metzler ME 888 Marathon Ultra tires (Front 6/32” of tread and rear 8/32” of tread). The battery is good and quickly starts the engine. It comes with both the owner’s manual and a Haynes (aftermarket) service manual, factory tool kit (I believe it is all there), Vetter Windjammer V fairing with cycle sound (Audiovox AM/FM/cassette player) Yamaha highway pegs, Yamaha passenger backrest, and aftermarket detachable (straps under seat) panniers (saddle bags). The antenna for the radio is missing. With the exception of the addition of the fairing and other accessories, the bike seems to be unmodified. As far as I know, everything works on this machine as intended, including all instrument computer functions. It starts and runs well. An internet search shows that it should bring $1915 (without including all of its extras), so it is priced to sell, though reasonable offers will be considered. While I trust this machine implicitly (I drive it regularly, and have used it for at least one out-of-state trip), it is being sold “as is”, WITHOUT warranty of any kind.