Rs. 80,000 Onwards
Exp. Launch: December 2018
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?
It’s tough having to say goodbye to a long-termer that has been with us for two years. It is even tougher when that long-termer is something as stellar as the R3
The Yamaha FZ25 is the latest addition to the ZigWheels garage and here are its initial impressions
We run you through the list of colours offered in Indonesia and Thailand that will leave you wanting the same for the India-spec R15
The R15 changed the whole ball game in the 150cc segment in India when it was launched back in 2008. Tech like liquid cooling, a 4-valve head, race-tuned chassis, stiffer suspension and grippy rubber made the R15 one heck of a track tool. It gave the average Joe the option to hop onto a thoroughbred Yamaha at an affordable price, which in turn gave birth to a new breed of motorcycling enthusiasts in India. Cut to 2018 and Yamaha has introduced the third generation R15 which is more striking to look at, is packed with features and has a smoother revving engine. As far as colour options for the third gen R15 go, there are only two to choose from – Racing Blue and Thunder Grey. Indonesia and Thailand, on the other hand, get an assortment of five colours - Racing Blue over White, Racing Red over White, Racing Yellow, Racing Black and a Yamaha Movistar livery. So what’s our top pick? Well, let’s have a closer look at each colour before we give our final verdict. Racing Blue with blue wheels - Both the Indian and Indonesian R15 come with the Racing Blue paint option, but that's where the similarities end, as the Indonesia-spec bike gets color co-ordinated... read more »
Yamaha Motor has been awarded the India Design Mark for the seventh year running.
The updated bike showcased in Indonesia gets some cosmetic updates
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