Yamaha Motorcycle India today updated the popular bike R15 range of its vehicle portfolio. The company has today launched the updated model of its two bikes R15 V4 and R15M in the Indian market. Whose price has been fixed at Rs 1,67,800 and Rs 1,77,800 (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively. Online booking of both these bikes has also started from today, which interested customers can book from the company’s official website.
The new Yamaha R15 V4 has been introduced in three colors, which include Racing Blue, Dark Knight and Metallic Red. Whereas the new Yamaha R15M will be available only in Metallic Gray colour. Additionally, the company has also launched the new Yamaha R15M Monster Energy MotoGP Edition with MotoGP branding on the fairing, fuel tank, front mud guard and rear side panels. The price of these bikes varies according to the different colours, which are given below.
Yamaha R15 Series Colors and Prices:
|Yamaha R15 V4||metallic red||Rs 1,67,800|
|Yamaha R15 V4||dark Knight||Rs 168,800|
|Yamaha R15 V4||racing blue||Rs 1,72,800|
|Yamaha R15M||metallic gray||Rs 1,77,800|
The company has given heavy updates to the new Yamaha R15 series, which make it much better than the previous model. In its front fairing wind screen, LED headlight, daytime running lights, exhaust muffler apart from foot pegs have been given a different design. On the other hand, the M variant gets a silver paint scheme with blue colored wheels and a different seat cover.
This is the first time that USD fork suspension has been given in the R15 series launched in India. You will be happy to know that India is the first country in the world where the latest generation model of Yamaha R15 has been launched. As before, it uses a 4-valve, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine with a capacity of 155cc, which generates 18.4hp power and 14.2Nm torque. However, its power has reduced by 0.3hp compared to the current model.
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The new motorcycle comes with a number of advanced features including a Traction Control System (TCS) as well as a quick shifter. These features are usually seen only in premium and superbikes. It gets upside down front forks, a new LCD instrument cluster inspired by the YZF-R1 with Bluetooth connectivity Yamaha Motorcycle Connect and gear shift indicator. Apart from the new R15, the company has also introduced the new Aerox 155 maxi-scooter in India.