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2013 Yamaha Majesty on 2040-motos

$5,295
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:1588 ColorColor: Charcoal Silver
Location:

Darien, Wisconsin

Darien, WI
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2013 Yamaha Majesty, Used Scoot!!! - ROYALLY AWESOME. Just taken in on trade! Less than 1600 miles on this 2013! Majesty features a rugged and reliable four-stroke engine, fully automatic transmission and push button electric starter. Run at highway speeds and cruise around town.

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