Electronic transport measurements were performed on Y-junction carbon nanotubes. These novel junctions contain a large diameter tube branched into smaller ones. Independent measurements using good quality contacts on both individual Y junctions and many in parallel show intrinsic nonlinear transport and reproducible rectifying behavior at room temperature. The results were modeled using classic interface physics for a junction with an abrupt change in band gap due to the change in tube diameter. These Y-junction tubes represent new heterojunctions for nanoelectronics.