In a bid to comply with upcoming safety norms, Yamaha is set to update its 125cc+ bikes with with ABS. The Yamaha SZ-RR Version 2.0 is likely to receive a single-channel ABS unit so that the price doesn’t go up too high. At present, the Yamaha SZ-RR Version 2.0 costs Rs 69,303, ex-showroom Delhi. Expect the bike with ABS to be around Rs 5,000 more expensive than the standard model.
Preferred For : Daily Commute
33% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Very light good ground clearance, good for daily commute, maintenance is less on this bike. I did 38000 km with small trips(300-400 km up and down). Changed both tyres to Michelin, ByBRE brakes, Battery once post 30km...Mileage all depends on how you ride at time for me it was low around 28-32 after recent servicing at Yamaha showroom. It gradually increased and now it's giving 40-42.
I bought this in 2017 and mileage is not crossed 40, Too much maintenance cost ad product quality is too low. Because clutch cable, speedometer cable is not working after 6 months. Too many small accessories I've changed after 1 year. Before that I've passion plus with more than 7 years.it gives me 70 mileage and not changed any core accessories like this bike(clutch,speedometer).
Yamaha SZRR Version 2.0 is an ultimate bike. no maintenance cost. good power and giving 55km milage in city traffic which cannot get it by any other 150cc bike. I have travelled from hyderabad to Visakhapatnam (700km) and hyderabad to Tirupathi (600km) by my bike. really a great pleasure on this commuting.
I bought this bike on Feb 2018 . I have done almost 25k kilometres. Good for daily commute. Maintenance cost is also less depends on your how you maintain the bike. Power & pick up is also good. But there is a vibrations when you cross 65 km/h. Bike average also drops drastically.
I bought it on March 2018.Best 150cc bike in this budget stylish look and if you think about performance don't worry it engine made by Yamaha.mileage is little bit low. If you do service time to time ⌚ maintenance cost would be very low. I am very happy go for it
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