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Yamaha Bikes

Yamaha bikes India offers 9 new models in India with price starts at Rs. 67,230 and goes up to Rs. 1.57 Lakh . The popular bikes of Yamaha include YZF R15 V3 (Rs. 1.46 Lakh), MT-15 (Rs. 1.38 Lakh) and FZS-FI V3 (Rs. 1.01 Lakh) . The cheapest Yamaha bike is Fascino 125 (Rs. 67,230) and the most expensive one is FZS 25 (Rs. 1.57 Lakh). Yamaha bikes in India are expected to launch XSR155 (Rs. 1.4 Lakh), YZF R1 (Rs. 20.39 Lakh) and MT 09 (Rs. 10.55 Lakh) in the year 2020-2021 . Select a Yamaha bike to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.Looking for Yamaha Scooters?

Yamaha Bikes Price List (2020) in India

ModelEx-showroom Price
Yamaha YZF R15 V3Rs. 1.46 Lakh
Yamaha MT 15Rs. 1.38 Lakh
Yamaha FZS-FI V3Rs. 1.01 Lakh
Yamaha Fascino 125Rs. 67,230
Yamaha FZ-Fi Version 3.0Rs. 99,700
Yamaha FZ 25Rs. 1.52 Lakh
Yamaha Ray-ZR 125Rs. 67,530
Yamaha FZS 25Rs. 1.57 Lakh

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About Yamaha Bikes

Yamaha is a Japanese two-wheeler giant which started India operations back in 1985. Yamaha India plans to increase its Indian two-wheeler market share to 10 per cent by 2024. The Group Chairman of Yamaha India, Motofumi Shitara, said the company has plans to increase its production capacity from the current 1.7 million units to 2.5 million units in the above mentioned period. This would also make India Yamaha's largest production hub. In the coming years, Yamaha plans to move away from the mass market segment and instead focus on premium products. A prime example of this are its 125cc scooters: the Fascino 125, Ray Z 125 and Ray ZR 125. These scooters replace its previous 113cc predecessors as well as its entry-level scooters and motorcycles like the Alpha, Saluto 125 and Saluto RX 110. Yamaha’s future products will comprise premium scooters and motorcycles with engine capacities above 124cc. Yamaha's new bikes in BS6 range includes the R15 V3, MT-15, Fascino 125, Ray Z 125, Ray ZR 125, FZ-FI V3, FZS-FI V3, and FZ 25. The company will be introducing the new FZS-FI BS6 this year. This is expected to be followed by the XSR155 and NMax 155 scooter.

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Yamaha User Reviews

  • R15 V3
    4.3
    1793 reviews & ratings
    R15 V3

    I have bought the bike on 20th of march in cash and on the same day i realize that the meter's button were not working. So i concern with the dealer with the issue he then changed the meter. Now as their was lockdown in india i was not able to ride my bike. But in may month i move to my native town amravti from pune where i realize that their is again a issue in the meter as it was not showing proper speed. Now meanwhile i have to take my bike to servicing but their is no authorized dealer in my hometown and i have to go more than 100km to visit the yamaha showroom for servicing and to resolve my meter problem. Now when i call the yamaha india they are saying that when you will visit the showroom than and only than we can tell you about the meter waranty and will it be replaced or not.So my humble request to everyone is that please make sure that you check every part of your yamaha bike before you purchase of the bike if it is not proper than pelase replace the bike at the first place at the first purchase or else you be in big trouble like me as i have to now stumble upon.Because yamaha as per my experience will not compensate to your issue. My first servicing voucher is gone as i was following goverment rules and also if warranty of my meter is gone i have to also pay for it to, after purchasing incash yamaha bike.

    Ashwashil
    Ashwashil 2 days ago
    R15 V3 User Reviews
  • MT 15
    4.4
    161 reviews & ratings
    MT 15

    Hi All, 27th Aug'2019 I purchased my Dark Machine MT15 B4, My Previous bike was Yamaha R15 V1, After sold my R15, I'm just really confused to buy which bike to solve my purpose - Daily Commute & I love Bike Touring for all-terrain once in a year. Then I found the one Yamaha MT15, Last year I ride from Kolkata to Arunachal -Tawan on my machine, I really love to share about this machine - Good 3 digit respectable speed up to 135Km/Hr, One of the most that I love it's fuel economy approx my bike average meter reading shown 2.0/100Km which comes to 50Km/Lt milage. Good Suspension & it's riding position for long travel. It's very easy to handle on any bumpy road, off-road & good road too due to its weight. Slipper Clutch & VVA technology works awesome - you can feel the power output after 7K RPM. But like in every good quality there must some bad too. What I personally feel. 1. The fuel tank is not enough for any long travel - total capacity 10Lt - 8Lt main & 2Lt reserve and which need to be there for Fi Fuel Pump. Fuel Tank must be around 12Lt 2. The headlight is good enough for city ride but fades away on the highway you need more extra lights for the highway on this bike. Those 2 drawbacks which I found on my recent trips approx 3600Km done. KOL - ARUNACHAL -KOL.

    Rajib
    Rajib 3 months ago
    MT 15 User Reviews
  • MT 15
    4.4
    161 reviews & ratings
    MT 15

    Let me be frank on this topic . Have been watching lot's of videos and researching on MT15 in india . The price is a bit high compared to the R15 because of the lack Cast Aluminium Swing Arm , all LED lights , USD fork and dual disk brakes . MT is cheaper by only few thousand rupees but i would love that to be almost around 15000 compared to the R15 .. But the best part is the engine . Let it be on low rpm or high the engine out performs all the 150cc - 160cc bikes in india , it also gives a strong compitition to few 200cc bikes too . Secondly the mileage 40-45 plus mileage is promised with no drop in performance and i don't believe there is any other bike in the market which can out run the MT 15 in terms of performance with mileage . MT has a weight of 138kgs which is very light which helps the rider to do easy flicks in the cities and High rpm performance ensures high speed in highways .. 10 ltr fuel tank is a bit on the less side compared to other bikes in the market but the mileage of 45+ ensures a long distance travel with a full tank .. Take a test drive and if your heart tells you this is the one for you go for it . Money is nothing but figures of zeros and ones .. bike is a feeling and an emotion thats personal..

    Sketch
    Sketch 6 days ago
    MT 15 User Reviews
  • FZS-FI V3
    4.1
    179 reviews & ratings
    FZS-FI V3

    Being a owner and riding for 3months(2700km) i'm sharing my personal opinion: Pros: 1)Looks and style -naked and perfect in this segment2) Mileage-40-45kmpl. Good for daily commute. 3) Handling and riding posture great. 4) Braking perfect, it will respond smoothly. 5) speed 0-60 no issue at city and highway, above 85 kmph it struggles on highway, you feel vibrations and if your weight 60-75kg you might feel wind factor also on highway. 6) Rider-Pillion seat perfect for 2 persons. Not more than 2..Cons: 1) Some sound observed in 0-40kmph speed in low rpm.. Though service technician said it's normal in fz.. But I don't like.. Compare to honda little notchy or scratchhy sound observed. 2) Top end you will miss on highway for sure. Confidence will low on highway due to 5no point mention above. 3) Body parts(plastic or fibre) material should be better. If you want to buy for your daily commutes its perfect. It's good for highway and touring also but within 90kmph speed.. I've travelled 300-350km(3times) in a single day within 6-7hrs without facing any issue except 5 no point mention in pros. Hope this will help. This is my personal opinion.. you might differ..

    Joy
    Joy 4 months ago
    FZS-FI V3 User Reviews
  • R15 V3
    4.3
    1793 reviews & ratings
    R15 V3

    Since its launch in 2008, I became a BIG fan of this bike in my childhood. After watching it evolving through time to time, as I got my license, I decided to buy this 150cc maniac.There's no denying fact that this 150cc perfoms just like a 200cc machine. It's screaming power output and aerodynamics, it made me reach over 150kms of top speed, just like a moderate 200cc bikes did.There's no word 'comfort' in it. It's aggressively positioned, which I prefer for the best handling at corners and speed. Console and engine are two precious gems embedded on it.Mileage is bonkers! Once I got 52kmpl, can't believe this!? Pillion seat height is not that high and refinement is still there as it used to have since 2008.I prefer this 150cc machine over 200cc because you get more mileage, which is the strongest issue in the motorcycle market of India, and its refined, its friendly natured..... Until you go past 9k RPM

    Marc
    Marc 7 months ago
    R15 V3 User Reviews
  • Ray-ZR 125
    4.3
    56 reviews & ratings
    Ray-ZR 125

    I bought the street rally version 20 days (approx) before. Wonderful riding experience. Due to lockdown, till now I have done 150km approx. Regarding mileage - It took 1.5 litres pertrol for exact 100km (measured using trip metre). Under seat storageis little less as it can not fit full size (M) helmet in it. Breaking is good. I don't know what is the prob. but the seat cover provided by the company doesn't allow the seat to lock and you have to adjust the seat to lock it. I will make it check during 1st service. Accelerator is little hard and you may face wrist pain on above 15km ride(That can be fixed in service centre). Even tough it doesn't have led headlight, you will not face any issue. Engine is smooth. The Street Rally Cyanblue looks awesome and attracts many riders in traffic.

    Vishal
    Vishal 1 month ago
    Ray-ZR 125 User Reviews

Yamaha Bikes Question and Answers

Yamaha Bikes Expert Reviews

  • Yamaha FZ-S Fi V3.0 vs TVS Apache RTR 160 4V: Comparison Review
    Yamaha FZ-S Fi V3.0 vs TVS Apache RTR 160 4V: Comparison Review

    Is the new FZ doing enough to one-up what we believe is the clear benchmark in the sporty 150-160cc segment?

    Jul 30, 2019
  • Yamaha MT-15 Road Test Review
    Yamaha MT-15 Road Test Review

    You would have to look at the 200s if you if you are looking for your first performance naked. But Yamaha now finally has an alternative which might not win a game of trumps, but is an absolute joy inside the city. Is that enough to threaten the 200s’ territory?

    Jul 24, 2019
  • Yamaha MT-15 First Ride Review
    Yamaha MT-15 First Ride Review

    Is the MT-15 just another 150cc commuter, or is it a pukka little streetfighter worthy of the MT monicker?

    Mar 16, 2019
  • Yamaha R15 v3.0 Road Test Review
    Yamaha R15 v3.0 Road Test Review

    Does the new R15 manage to stay relevant in this age of high-performance entry-level motorcycles?

    Jun 23, 2018
  • Yamaha R15 V3.0 Is Awesome: True Or False?
    Yamaha R15 V3.0 Is Awesome: True Or False?

    We expect great things from the new R15 V3.0. But what direction is the third gen of this Yamaha taking? Racier, friendlier, or both?

    Mar 14, 2018

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Yamaha Bikes FAQs

Which is the cheapest Yamaha bikes in India?

The cheapest Yamaha bikes in India is Fascino 125 , which is priced at Rs. 67,230.

What are the commuter bikes manufactured by Yamaha?

Yamaha offers 2 commuter bike in India namely Yamaha MT 15 and Yamaha FZ-Fi Version 3.0.

Which are the best Yamaha bikes under 80000?

The popular bikes offered by Yamaha in this segment are Yamaha Fascino 125 and Yamaha Ray-ZR 125

What is the price range of Yamaha bikes?

Yamaha bikes in India comes in the price range of Rs. 67,230 to Rs. 1.57 Lakh.

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