The Yamaha MT-15 would soon be launched in India. But now, thanks to a Type Approval Certificate registered with the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, specifications of the bike has been revealed.
The document confirms that the MT-15 would get the same 19.3HP 155cc, single-cylinder engine that is seen on the R15 V3.0. Although the India spec MT-15 has the same wheelbase as its Thai cousin, it would be longer in length because of different size tyres. Other changes include telescopic fork and a basic box swingarm.
Although it has been spotted across a few Yamaha dealerships, we have news that the Aerox 155 scooter will not be launched anytime soon. We believe that the scooter is being displayed at a few Yamaha dealerships just to gauge the level of customer interest in it.
Yamaha has launched the new Yamaha YZF-R3 in India priced at Rs.3.48 lakhs. This is sortof a relaunch for the YZF-R3 since about a year ago, the older YZF-R3 was pulled off the shelves by Yamaha because they couldn’t upgrade it to BS-IV standards.
The all new 2018 Yamaha NMax 155 has been launched in Indonesia during the Sentul Race Circuit. It was first launched in 2015. where it received quite a positive response. And now the 2018 version comes with numerous visual trims including a digital instrument cluster and a new premium set design.
Yamaha Motors is ready to showcase yet another beast at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show which is presently called the “automobile design concept model” here Yamaha Motor intends to showcase at least 20 new models, right from electrically power-assisted bicycles, scooters, motorcycles, and Leaning Multi-Wheelers (LMW).
Yamaha India has launched the Fazer 25 in India at a price tag of Rs.1,28,335. The motorcycle is the third offering in the FZ series and comes shortly after the launch of the FZ25, which was the higher capacity street-naked styled offering of the original 160cc version of the FZS.