Yamaha 125 Breeze Information

by Phil WhitmerUpdated July 05, 2023

The Yamaha 125 Breeze is an all-terrain vehicle for younger beginning riders. Yamaha built the sporty four-wheeler from 1988 until 2004 for recreational off-road use.


The 2004 Yamaha 125 Breeze features a single-cylinder, air-cooled, single overhead cam 124-cc engine. The four-stroke motor has electric start, a digital capacitor discharge ignition system and uses an 18-mm Mikuni carburetor. The engine's bore and stroke is 1.93 inches by 2.6 inches with a 9:1 compression ratio.

Bore Definition

The bore is the inner diameter of a cylinder in an engine.


The 125 Breeze has a steel trellis frame. The front independent double-wishbone suspension provides 2.8 inches of wheel travel. The rear swing-arm suspension has 3.2 inches of travel. The continuously variable type V-belt automatic transmission has a reverse gear. The two-wheel drive ATV has a sealed O-ring chain drive. The front brakes are a dual-drum type with rear sealed-drum brakes.


The 298-pound Yamaha 125 Breeze is 64.6 inches long, 38 inches wide and 38.6 inches tall with a 27.2-inch seat height and 5.7 inches of ground clearance. Its wheelbase is 42.5 inches.

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