Yamaha’s competitor to the very successful KDX200, the WR200 (WR stood for “Wide Ratio”) was only offered in the US for one year, though it was sold in other markets for longer.
Only Trail Bikes calls it a good bike that did not sell well, guessing that it didn’t make much sense when the YZ250 was already such a good trail bike as well. Still, pop a pipe on it and it “went from a nice likable little thumper humming about on the trails, to a blood thirsty, screaming two stroke with a case of roid’ rage induced roost throwing episodes.”
This example is California titled with a green sticker (allowed to ride on trails year round). It’s equipped with a FMF Gold Series Fatty exhaust and the seller says it “runs excellent” and “has normal ware [sic].”
Find this WR200 for sale in Glendale, California for $4,500 here on Facebook Marketplace.