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Yamaha Motor have been developing Police specification motorcycles for the Japanese and overseas markets since the FZ750P, released in 1987.

Yamaha products are recognised worldwide as the best in their category.
To ensure their reliability and performance, Yamaha submit their Police motorcycles to an extensive series of tests throughout their development phase; for this Yamaha apply different specific procedures, for the engine, chassis and electrical components, to confirm the longevity Police forces expect.

Whether considering Scooters for inner city operations or more powerful machines to cover longer distances, currently, Yamaha market a line-up of police specification 2-wheelers, including the FJR1300AP and the MT-09AP Tracer.

To build “absolute trust in the Yamaha brand,” work has been underway to create a comprehensive business system that brings together sales, service and the development teams to offer machine specifications that best meet Police-use needs in each country.