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Delhi Auto Expo 2012: Yamaha India Showcase Plans

Posted on 27 Dec 201156,066 Views1 Comments

Yamaha Motor India Ltd. has been quite reserved with their products for the Indian two-wheeler industry, but, after the race moving from commuter bikes to quarter litre, Yamaha India plans to showcase the Fazer 250 along with the India range

 

Yamaha Fazer

 

 

 

 

Nimble Handling, Superb Performance and MotoGP is what Yamaha is all about. With its racing DNA and Valentino Rossi of course, Yamaha India will showcase the Fazer 250, catering to the quarter litre segment in the country which is rather scarce in terms of products, at the 2012 Auto Expo to be held in January in Delhi.

 

Known to be the pioneer in two-wheeler, Yamaha has been rather conservative with its product launches in the country. Having said that, Yamaha has also started a new species of street bikes with the FZ series, a complete street bike, the Fazer, made for the tourer in you and the R15 which has been re-worked on in a number of technical specifications and has improved over the earlier version, has put Yamaha’s aspect with the Indian customer in place.

 

 

 

2012 Yamaha R1

 

 

 

Also, at the stall, the CBU line-up namely the YZF - R1, FZ1, MT-01 and the VMAX would also be there. We also suspect that the 2012 Yamaha R1 and the currently running R6 would also be showcased. 

 

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