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Yamaha YZF R15 V3

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Yamaha YZF R15 V3 Latest Updates

Yamaha has hiked the prices of the YZF-R15 V3 for the second time in less than two months. All the colours, excluding the Metallic Red, have become dearer by Rs 1,500. Check out our news story for their new ex-showroom prices.

The Japanese brand also recently launched a new Red livery for the BS6 YZF-R15 V3. Check out our launch story here.

Yamaha had previously hiked prices for its BS6 R15 V3 range by Rs 2,100. The last BS6 update brought with it Aside a chunky cat-con, the R15 v3 BS6 now gets side-stand engine cut-off switch, dual horns, blue rims on the Racing Blue trim and a rear radial tyre.

Yamaha YZF R15 V3 Price

The BS6 Yamaha R15 V3 gets a starting price of Rs 1,50,600 for the grey livery. Racing blue retails at Rs 1,51,700 while matte black will set you back by Rs 1,52,700 (all prices ex-showroom). The upcoming Red paint scheme is expected to be priced on par with the rest of the colours.

YZF R15 V3 Specifications

Powering the R15 v3 is the same 155cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled 4-valve motor with Variable Valve Actuation (VVA). Power output of 18.6PS and 14.1Nm are 0.7PS and 0.6Nm less than its BS4 counterpart. But it continues to remain the most powerful 150cc motorcycle in India. You find the trademark Deltabox frame on the R15 v3 which had to be tweaked slightly for its third generation. The India-spec motorcycle employs 41mm conventional telescopic fork and an aluminium swingarm with a monoshock unit. Braking duties are taken care of by a 282mm disc with a twin piston caliper on the front wheel while the rear wheel gets a single-piston caliper acting on a 220mm rear disc. While tyre sizes haven’t changed, Yamaha is now offering a radial tyre on the rear wheel. While it is still a weird combination of a cross-ply front and radial rear tyre, we are sure that grip levels are bound to be better with the new offered rubber.

Yamaha YZF R15 V3 Variants

The Yamaha R15 V3 will soon be available in 4 colour variants: grey (Rs 1,50,600), blue (Rs 1,51,700) matte black (Rs 1,52,700) and red.

YZF R15 V3 Design

Yamaha hasn’t tinkered around with the styling of the new R15, and it remains the same sharp looking motorcycle that it was since 2018. While the graphics on the grey and Dark Knight colours look similar to the BS4 bike, the Racing Blue gets refreshed graphics with a silver strip bearing the R15 logo plastered across the fairing.

YZF R15 V3 Features

The Yamaha R15 features sleek twin LED headlights and LED tail-light. It gets a full digital dash with a plethora of information on offer like two trip meters, average fuel efficiency indicator, gear position indicator and a bar-type tachometer. Dual-channel ABS comes as standard. The R15 v3 also gets Variable Valve Actuation, which is Yamaha lingo for variable valve timing. Thanks to the presence of this tech, the R15 is able to eke out maximum top end performance without sacrificing on low-end grunt. This tech is usually found on big capacity motorcycles, so kudos to Yamaha for kitting the small R15 with this feature.

Yamaha YZF R15 V3 Competitors

The Yamaha R15 v3 has no direct rivals. The Suzuki Gixxer SF has similar displacement to the R15 but the motor used isn’t as sophisticated or as powerful. The KTM RC 125 matches, or in some accounts even surpasses, the R15 in the kit offered. Still it is freakishly expensive, nearly Rs 10,000 more than the R15, and lacks performance.

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YZF R15 V3 Thunder Grey
155 cc |
Rs. 1.52 Lakh
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YZF R15 V3 Metallic Red
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Editor's View of Yamaha YZF R15 V3

  • Upside

    Perfect track tool for those who are beginning sport riding.Variable Valve Actuation makes the R15 a lot more usable in everyday situations.Rear radial tyre is standard and you get the option to fit grippy Metzeler rubber.

  • Downside

    Riding posture is on the committed side.Build quality and fit and finish levels have dipped massively.LED headlight fails to light up the road.

  • Our Verdict

    The R15 v3 remains one potent small-capacity supersport for beginners. In its version 3.0 guise, it has become sharper and more focused, making it great for sport riding or trac enthusiasts. However, the aggressive riding stance could cause discomfort if you intend to use the bike for daily commuting and quality of components have also gone down.


YZF R15 V3 Detailed Review

Back in 2008, the newly launched R15 was a game changer. It played with a philosophy that traded engine capacity and outright performance for dynamic ability. Despite going up against the established Hero Karizma and Bajaj Pulsar 220, the R15 managed to garner a cult following of serious riders and college goers alike. Ten years down the line, we have the new Yamaha R15 v3.0 that features a complete redesign, but carries forward the same mantra of dynamics over outright performance. Here’s the thing though. The game has moved on and gotten a lot more competitive. You now have the highly capable all-rounders in the form of KTMs, while Bajaj and TVS offer similar performance at more affordable price points. So, where does the new R15 v3.0 sit? And more importantly, does it manage to stay relevant?

2018 Yamaha R15 v3.0 road test review

We did have a go at the new R15 v3.0 a couple of months ago at the MMRT race track (read first ride review here). As a track weapon, it impressed us, but the actual test lies in the real world, and that's where the bike needs to shine; in the city, on the highway, your nearby twisties, all while delivering a respectable fuel efficiency. Let's start with the city first.

2018 Yamaha R15 v3.0 road test review

Traffic test:
The R15 has always had a singular focus. Performance. That leads to compromise in other aspects like ergonomics. Its sporty riding position comes courtesy an 815mm high rider seat (up by 15mm over the v2). Despite the taller seat, we did not have an issue placing both feet on the ground. Riding position has become more aggressive and while it worked well on the track, riding in the city for an extended period did leave a minor discomfort in our wrists and upper back. Other than the clip-ons, which now feel lower, the low-set footpegs are comfortable and the rest of the bike too didn't give us any reason to complain. You do need to be careful while taking U-turns though as the bars come pretty close to the fuel tank, and your hand getting too close to your knee during full lock does cause some issues. Especially on right hand U-turns, it’s rather difficult to open the throttle as your wrist is resting on the tank at full lock.

The pillion seat is still quite tall and climbing aboard isn’t the easiest task. Plus, the seat itself is quite small and firm, and making matters worse is the fact that there’s nothing for the pillion to grab on to. Thankfully though, the rear footpegs aren’t very high, so you don’t sit too knees-up.

2018 Yamaha R15 v3.0 road test review

The rider and pillion ergonomics were the only real negatives we found during our city tests. The previous-gen R15 was a bit down on low-rev grunt. This new and slightly larger 155cc liquid-cooled four-valve motor, though, comes with more juice in the low range. While it still remains a high-revving engine, it comes with Variable Valve Actuation (VVA) that changes valve lift post 7400rpm for better top-end grunt. This allows engineers to run two valve timings: one for better low-speed grunt and one for better top-end. It runs a larger sprocket which further boosts in-gear acceleration times. In out tests, the R15 clocked 30-70kmph in third gear in 5.71 seconds. On the other hand, 40-80kmph in fourth gear was covered in 6.65 seconds. These figures are at par with other 200cc motorcycles we have tested.

2018 Yamaha R15 v3.0 road test review

The six-speed gearbox features short gearing that helps the engine reach higher revs faster and also trot around the city in higher gears. In the city, the bike can pull from speeds as low as 20kmph in 4th gear, but what’s more shocking is that in 6th gear, it can do the same from 35kmph. We were literally riding the bike in fourth, fifth and sixth gears the whole time in the city, shifting below that only while coming to a stop. So, in the process, we got fantastic fuel efficiency. In the city cycle, the Yamaha R15 v3.0 managed 48.75kmpl. That's better than most of the 160 and even 150cc bikes we have tested. The clutch lever feel is light and positive, thanks to the slipper clutch, and the gearbox too is smooth and precise as expected of a Japanese unit.

2018 Yamaha R15 v3.0 road test review

The lightweight nature and light front end make manoeuvring in city traffic an easy affair. The mirrors too offer good visibility. Now, you’d expect the liquid-cooled motor to heat up in extended city use but the Yamaha R15 v3.0 doesn’t do that at all. Even after a couple of hours in traffic, all you feel is a bit warm around the knees. Overall, the R15 v3.0 is easy to ride fast in city conditions, just not for extended durations.

2018 Yamaha R15 v3.0 road test review

Highway manners?
While other 200s focus on low- to mid-range grunt, the Yamaha R15 v3.0 is designed for heady top-end power. It makes 19.3PS at 10,000rpm, up from 17Ps at 8500rpm and 15Nm of torque at 8500rpm. In our tests, the R15 v3.0 accelerated from 0-60kmph in 3.4 seconds and 0-100kmph in 11.42 seconds. That's faster than the TVS RTR 200 twins and the Pulsar NS 200! In fact, the 0-60kmph time is faster than even the Yamaha FZ 25, KTM 250 Duke and even the larger Versys-X 300. It’s only in the run to 100kmph where this R15 starts to fall behind, but not by much.

On the highway, at speeds of around 85-90kmph, the R15 v3.0 returned a fuel economy of 47.92kmpl. This figure is better than other 200cc bikes we have tested and at par with the 160cc bikes.

2018 Yamaha R15 v3.0 road test review

At speeds of around 100kmph in sixth gear, the R15 feels relaxed with the tachometer showing 7000rpm. There’s, however, a buzz coming through the handlebars at around 5000rpm and again at around 8000rpm which can be a bother over long distances. But aside from those two points, refinement is pretty good for the most part. The fairing is large enough to tuck behind at speeds and the tank has a flatter top to rest your body against. While the low-set clip-ons have you stretching forward, straining your neck, the seat has enough space for you to find a comfortable spot to relieve some of the strain. Also, holding the throttle open for extended periods results in an unnatural position of the wrist and is painful after a while. Ultimately, the R15 v3.0, like its predecessors, has supersport ergonomics and takes some getting used to.

The front suspension features a softer setup which soaks up bad road surfaces well. The rear suspension seems to be a bit too reactive and bouncy over bumps and potholes. The R15 v3.0 does not glide over potholes, but it tackles them well, though the rear transmits some of the shocks to the rider.

2018 Yamaha R15 v3.0 road test review

The soft front is also prone to diving under hard braking which makes the rear end light enough to elicit an unintentional stoppie. It's a good thing then that the front Bybre (Brakes by Brembo) unit consisting of 282mm front disc clamped to two-piston calipers and a rear 220mm disc provides good feedback for you to modulate the right amount of brake pressure required. Braking is adequate for most occasions, but could do with more bite. In our braking tests, the Yamaha R15 v3.0 came to a dead stop from 100kmph in 51.67 metres and from 80kmph in 34.15 metres. The numbers could have been better if we didn't have to modulate braking to prevent the rear wheel from lifting. The front brake has a sharp initial bite so you do have to be a bit careful while riding on wet or gravel surfaces. ABS would’ve helped a lot here and it's a shame Yamaha does not even offer it as an option despite the international-spec bike getting it.

Also Read: Yamaha Bikes To Get ABS In February 2018

2018 Yamaha R15 v3.0 road test review

Dynamics?
The R15 was known for its dynamics and the new v3.0 does not disappoint either. It features a sharper rake and shorter trail which makes the front end sharper than before. Turn ins are quick and effortless and overall stability through smooth corners is excellent. The optional rear Metzeler Sportec M7 radial tyre offers fantastic grip in all conditions and is worth the premium. While the front MRF Zapper offers decent grip on smooth roads, it feels jiggly on mid-corner bumps. This trait is not very confidence inspiring. So, while the R15 v3.0 feels fantastic in smooth road conditions as demonstrated during our track test, it does disappoint a bit when shown an uneven twisty. This is one bike that desperately needs a front radial.

2018 Yamaha R15 v3.0 road test review

Thoughts
Ten years back, the Yamaha R15 was a revolution in a nation starved of accessible performance bikes. Cut to the present, is the R15 still a revolution in the face of the competition? The answer is no. The game has moved on and has gone farther and wider. You have the 200cc segment that may be down on features but offers similar performance, value and dynamics that should keep you satiated. With a slightly higher budget, you are looking at even better performance and dynamics, courtesy KTM. Ten years back, the R15 catered to a specific audience who valued dynamics over performance and the feel of a supersport on a budget. Ten years on, it has grown larger, more powerful with even better dynamics but the niche has become narrower.

2018 Yamaha R15 v3.0 road test review

If you are looking for a dynamically competent bike that you’d like to hone your riding skills on, don't mind the committed riding position and feel that KTMs are too aggressive for you, the Yamaha R15 v 3.0 is the one to go for. Personally, we’d love to have a Yamaha R15 v3.0 in our garage. It’s that good. But it’s highly focussed nature means it can not be our primary everyday bike.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying YZF R15 V3

Q. How can we purchase R15 V3 accessories parts in online from Hyderabad?
  • For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest service center as they have a separate department of accessories. You may check the service centers here.
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Q. When can I expect mettalic red colour in Hyderabad?
  • The Yamaha YZF R15 V3 is available in 5 different colors - Metallic Red, Thunder Grey, Dark Night, Racing Blue, and Thunder Grey. Moreover, to get the availability of any particular color we would suggest you get in touch with the nearest authorized dealer in your city as it depends on their stock book. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership.
Q. Delivery at patilikuhl... possible?
  • For the availability and delivery, we would suggest you to exchange a word with the authorized dealership in your respective city as they will assist you better with your concern. You may check the dealers here.
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Q. When Yamaha R15 V4 will be launched in India? Will it have ABS? What would be the price?
  • Please launch R15 v4 in mid 2021 October... please please please...udate the new v4 with better pillion seat..more Powerful and clear headlight vision...with USD frokes and with better engine...i don't have any complaint with engine but make the initial acceleration way better than before and raise the top speed some more.....Yamaha is the best bike i ever ride and known... please launch it faster. I'm waiting eagerly for R15 Version 4....with new updates...and yes increase the size of the disc brake....Yamaha is the best
  • Please launch R15 v4 in mid 2021 October... please please please...udate the new v4 with better pillion seat..more Powerful and clear headlight vision...with USD frokes and with better engine...i don't have any complaint with engine but make the initial acceleration way better than before and raise the top speed some more.....Yamaha is the best bike i ever ride and known... please launch it faster. I'm waiting eagerly for R15 Version 4....with new updates...and yes increase the size of the disc brake....Yamaha is the best
  • Yes please soon launch YAMAHA YZF R15 V4 WE cancelled buying plan of V3 because we heard a news of that ll be R15 V4 going to launch that's only...we are waiting madly...add new features and modes and controls , increase topspeed , usd forks , perfect quality racing tyres if R15 V4 is launched with mega features we blindly say this is the top end beast in the market Vé itself beaten more bikes in the list if v4 launched that would be a mega result
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Q. Which one is better R15 v3 or KTM RC 200?
  • Both are best in there own ways.For RC 200:1)Engine is much better than R15 V3 2) Initial power is more3)Fuel Efficiency:35-45 km/L4) Maintenance cost is more comparing to V35)Top speed:138Km/H6)No vibration at all7) Excellent brightness for the both Dim & Highbeam For R15 V3:1) Fuel Efficiency:45-502) Maintenance cost is less3) Initial power is less comparing to Rc2004)Top speed: 160Km/H 5)Low brightness for the headlights
  • RC 200 much better option than R15 V3 but only if you budget permits it provides an adjustable suspension with the very other body that can do well on track as well as on normal roads but if you are running short on budget then go for an 583 has optimum performance with in its budget.
  • I have been a KTM rider past 3 years with my RC 200, experience has been good , talking about RC and R15 v3 first of all Power comes in Picture RC is 25bhp where as R15 is 19 Bhp, both bike have super sporty riding position,so comfort wise both bikes are not great ,the Yamaha R15 v3 handle bar is more lower then that of RC , if you want to upgrade to higher cc bike later then would suggest ktm rc as you will get use to Power later on which is important for when u go for higher cc bike
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Q. Is Yamaha R15 V3 suitable for long rides?
  • I myself ride R15 and I've been on so many long rides on it . I agree that R15 is a sporty bike and is not designed for long rides . The seating posture offered by R15 is more suitable for race tracks and city gliding rather than highway long rides . While on a long ride you'll feel more pressure on your palm and elbow due to the front inclined posture of the rider . If you are ok with the posture than the bike is all fine for a long ride....it won't give you any troubles on long rides and also offers a much better mileage than the other bikes in its category
  • Short answer is no but it depends if you are riding in highways and taking rest or breaks in between you can do long rides or else it is extremely uncomfortable to ride due to its riding position and if you still wish to do long rides on it then try changing its handlebars to get a more upright position .you can change it from authorised service centres
  • Yes ofcourse it benificial to long rider bcs the arms r also long to hold the handle bar easily to capabilities improve when they ride and turns to short or long ride both and no nech or back pain to long rider bcs i also ve 6+ feet height i own this bike from march 2019 and no problem with at all so i love this go for it without thinking more
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YZF R15 V3 User Reviews

4.2 /5
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    4.5/5
  • Comfort
    3.9/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.5/5
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    3.9/5
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  • 3.4

    Liquid cooling is really fair for a fully covering bike cause it doesn't exist air through the fairings.So i guess its perfect on it cooling type, As a improvement south asian counties need of usd forks to r15 for better look as ktm does.And bring us more wide swing arms with 180 cubic capacity of engine.That's it, Thank you.

  • 4.6

    I really love this bike.Dream bike 🖤my favourite bike.I got it this bike in one year.This bike is my favourite.I really really really love this bike.I like this bike 2007year.14year my one favourite bike is yamaha r15.N life time my FAVOURITE bike🖤.

  • 3.8

    Performance super hit mileage no issue chahe jitni bhi de bike sexy ha bs loved ths beast and alwayz care for, My beast

  • 5.0

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  • 5.0

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  • 5.0

    Having a bike was a childhood dream for me. I spent over 3 months researching all the available bikes in India before finally choosing the Yamaha R15. From the moment I saw the bike I could sense there was something very special about it. Not just its excellent looks but also it's brilliant performance. From the YouTube videos of various riders demonstrating the R15 I could tell that it's an 'Exceptional' Bike. I took a test ride and was really impressed with it. Before that I had an opportunity to also ride the KTM RC200. I preferred the R15 over all other bikes in the 150-200cc set. I will now present all my findings having done over a 1100km on this bike in just under a month. The engine and performance is excellent. Perfection. Great pickup, smooth transmission, easy gear shifts, good braking and tons of power if needed. This bike is deceptively fast. I just want to mention I like to keep at very safe speeds. I remember recently i was cruising at about 60 in the city and the road had less traffic so I decided to throttle it just a little. Within seconds I looked at the speedo and it was at 110kmph. It's surely a top end monster. It is as smooth at 60kmph as it's at 100+. Zero engine strain. The mileage I got from the bike brand new with no service was 58kmpl. That's pretty unbelievable for a bike with this kind of performance. That surely indicates great engineering. The looks of this bike stand out in a big way. Very elegant and good looking design. Classic lines. I can see people staring at it at intersections. The bike gets compliments all the time. The bike off roads surprisingly well too. I took it to Damdam lake and I could take it through the steep dirt tracks to the lakeside without a problem. The riding posture is aggressive and I personally love it. It's feels great to ride this bike. The key is to keep your arms and wrists relaxed and use your legs to grip the tank and thus distribute your body weight off your upper body. This is actually the recommended way of riding ALL kinds of bikes as per riding instructors. Since I got the bike I don't drive my car much anymore. That's how much fun this is. That too with Indian traffic and weather which can be challenging at times. I have already toured a little on this bike having done about 1000km going on road trips riding many hours at a stretch. No problems to report at all. A true winner. Buy with confidence. I will recommend that you get all the accessories as well, like crash guards etc. They all are very good for your bike and help keep it safe. Special thanks to Yamaha JM Motors Noida for their great support throughout the buying experience. They worked fully throughout the peak of the pandemic. I hope that you found this review useful. Please do follow me on YouTube. My name is Arjun Kaul aka Lord. Stay safe and happy riding)

  • 3.0

    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.

  • 1.0

    I purchased the bike Yamaha R15 V3 in Bangalore Wheels Dr Rajkumar road Rajajinagar Bangalore Karnataka. After one week I washed the bike with water after that bike didn't start pannel board fluctuating and lights are blinking I spoke to the showroom they came checked the vehicle defect can't find they cheated me with push started the vehicle and they went. Again next day I washed the vehicle the same starting problem then I spoke to the showroom they told come with bike and I went with bike to the showroom they took me to their service center those Yamaha guys are very rood rough talking the are not attending my vehicle started fighting with me and coming to hit me and I went to the showroom they also fighting with me not obaying me and not attending my vehicle defects l am very unsatisfied with the Yamaha motors very very poor Yamaha people's are very rowdyism they don't know how to behave with customer after selling the vehicle very poor

  • 4.2

    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

  • 4.2

    Hum bheegi bheegi raton mein tera intezaar karte hainkya kahoon tumhe jaana jaan kitna pyaar karte hainduniya ne jo zakhm diye har zakhm dikhana hai zara paas toh aao gale lagana hai zara paas toh aao gale lagana hai waqt ka kya pata kab jeena kab mar jaana hai zara paas toh aao gale lagana hai mere haathon mein tera haath ho yahi mangoon rab sezamane ko main bhi kahoon tu mera hai haq seaakhon se shuru jo mohabaat hai usse dil tak jaana hai zara paas toh aao gale lagana hai mere paas toh aao gale lagana hai tum tum nahi hum hum nahi ek jaan hain ab se tadpe hain tarse hain tanha rahe kabsekuch hi der ki hai zindgi aur phir mar jaana hai zara paas toh aao gale lagana hai zara paas toh aao gale lagana hai gale lagana hai

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YZF R15 V3 FAQs

What is the price of Yamaha R15 V3?

The ex-showroom price of Yamaha R15 V3 is 1.54 Lakh. Check On Road Price of R15 V3. .

Does the Yamaha R15 V3 have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in Yamaha R15 V3. View full specification of R15 V3.

Which is better Yamaha R15 V3 or Yamaha MT 15?

Yamaha YZF R15 V3 Price starts at Rs. 1.52 Lakh which is Rs. 11,200 costlier than base model of Yamaha MT 15 priced at Rs. 1.40 Lakh. Compare Yamaha YZF R15 V3 vs Yamaha MT 15 on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Yamaha R15 V3 in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Yamaha R15 V3 in Delhi is Rs. 4,382 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Yamaha R15 V3?

Yamaha R15 V3 is available in 5 colours : Metallic Red, Thunder Grey, Dark Night, Racing Blue and Thunder Grey. View colour images of R15 V3.

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