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Yamaha MT 15 V2

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Yamaha MT 15 V2 Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Engine 155 CC
  • Mileage 47.94 Kmpl
  • Max Power 18.4 PS @ 10000 rpm
  • Fuel Capacity 10 Liters
  • Tyre Type Tubeless
  • Kerb Weight 139 Kg
  • Max Torque 14.1 Nm @ 7500 rpm
Specs & Features of MT 15 V2

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The Yamaha MT15 is an entry-level streetfighter based on the R15. The naked bike looks quite sharp and aggressive with its chiselled fuel tank and muscular tank extensions. It also offers good performance to go with its aggressive looks. The MT15 is a fun bike that you can live with everyday, as well as take to your favourite hill roads on weekends.

What is the price of the MT 15?

The Yamaha MT15’s starting price is Rs 1,68,200 and goes up to Rs 1,73,500 (ex-showroom). It differs primarily between the colour options.

How many variants does the MT 15 have?

The Yamaha MT15 has three variants: base, DLX, and Monster Energy MotoGP. The base variant is available with two colour options: Dark Matte Blue, and Metallic Black, and misses out on Bluetooth connectivity and LED indicators. The DLX variant gets Bluetooth connectivity and LED turn indicators, and has 5 colour options: Racing Blue, Cyan Storm, Cyber Green, Ice Fluo-Vermillion, and Metallic Black. The standard variant also has coloured wheels. The Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition is the most expensive variant, and gets a special livery. Here’s variant-wise price breakdown of the Yamaha MT15:

Yamaha MT15 V2 Variants

Price (ex-showroom)

Base: Dark Matte Blue, Metallic Black

Rs 1,68,200

DLX: Racing Blue, Cyan Storm, Cyber Green, Ice Fluo-Vermillion, and Metallic Black

Rs 1,72,900

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition

Rs 1,73,500

Which is the best variant of the MT15 to buy?

In our opinion, the DLX variant is the best one, with all the equipment and multiple colour choices. That said, if you are on a tight budget, the base variant is Rs 4700 cheaper, and you won’t be missing out on too much if you choose that either..

What is the best colour to buy in the MT15?

The Ice Fluo-Vermillion has to be one the best colourways for the MT15. The white tank with black body panels, orange accents and wheels make the MT15 look bold.

Is the MT15 a sports bike?

The Yamaha MT15 is based on the R15, which is a sports bike. This is a naked bike and has a slightly leaned-forward riding posture. The handlebar is slightly raised and close to the rider, but the foot pegs are mid-mounted and will have your feet under your thighs. That said, it gets the same engine as the R15, which makes it almost as fast in terms of performance. So while it’s not an out-and-out sports bike like the R15, it’s a great sporty naked.

Is the MT15 good for highway touring?

Yes, the MT15 can be used for highway touring. Apart from a comfortable seat that helps in long rides, it has a powerful engine too. The 155cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine makes 18.4PS and 14.1Nm and is mated to a six-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch and a quickshifter for upshifts. With that, it’s easy to ride on the highway and can cruise at highway speeds without any issue. With its quick acceleration, overtakes are easy too. Apart from that, Yamaha also has some optional accessories that can make highway rides more comfortable.

Is the MT15 a good bike for city use?

Unlike the R15, the MT15 is primarily meant to be an urban motorcycle. It’s quite nimble and easy to filter through traffic. Its light weight means you won't struggle moving in tight parking spaces or traffic jams. Its acceleration will help get off the line quickly.

Can the MT15 be a family bike?

While the MT15 is a comfortable bike for a pillion as well, not all family members might be okay riding on it. If you are looking to buy the MT15 as a primary bike in the family, it would be prudent to take your family members, who would regularly sit on the bike, for the test ride to understand how they feel. The rear part of the seat is a bit on the smaller side, and it’s slightly high, so women won’t be able to sit side-saddle on it comfortably. Apart from that, the MT15 can be used for almost any kind of rides – from your weekend rides to grocery runs.

Are there any heating issues in the MT15?

The MT15 has a relatively small capacity engine that doesn’t radiate as much heat as some of the bigger capacity bikes. Also, Yamaha has done a fantastic job of dissipating heat away from your legs, which means you won’t feel the heat as much. So even in start-stop traffic, the engine doesn’t heat up to concerning levels.

Is the MT 15 worth buying?

If you are in the market to buy a bike that looks aggressive, has good performance, is easy to ride, and won’t largely break your bank, the Yamaha MT15 is a good option. It's a brisk bike that will have you smiling every time you whack open the throttle or lean into the corner. It’s a bike that will make your dreary commutes exciting.

What are the alternatives to the MT15?

The KTM 125 Duke is the biggest challenger to the MT15. Apart from that, there are also the Honda Hornet 2.0, Bajaj Pulsar NS200, and the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V that you can consider.

Yamaha MT 15 V2 Variants and Price

Yamaha MT 15 V2 base model price starts at Rs. 1.68 Lakh while the top model is priced at Rs. 1.73 Lakh. Yamaha MT 15 V2 is offered in 3 variants - STD, Deluxe.
Variants Ex-Showroom Price
MT 15 V2 STD
155 cc . 47.94 kmpl
Rs. 1.68 Lakh
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MT 15 V2 Deluxe
155 cc . 47.94 kmpl
Rs. 1.72 Lakh
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MT 15 V2 MotoGP Edition
155 cc . 47.94 kmpl
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Yamaha MT 15 V2 Pros and Cons

MT 15 V2 Advantages

Engine is well refined, Very agile and nimble, Design is very eye catching

MT 15 V2 Disadvantages

Lacks bottom end grunt, Suspension is too stiff, Pillion seat is nonexistent

MT 15 V2 Expert's Conclusion

The MT 15 has seen some improvements over the years like the addition of inverted forks, and dual channel ABS. But the lack of riding comfort and features makes the bike a very pricey proposition when compared to its rivals.

Yamaha MT 15 V2 Expert Review

Based on the iconic and popular Yamaha R15, the Yamaha MT 15 is the Japanese bikemaker’s attempt at a small capacity performance-based motorcycle. The MT 15 looks fancy and shares the same engine as its supersport sibling.


The MT 15 has an aggressive streetfighter look with its headlight section featuring a single projector LED headlamp and DRLs; Very similar to the face of a transformer. The large tank extensions and overall bodywork gives the bike a commanding presence on road even though it has a small profile.

With the addition of golden inverted forks, Yamaha has given the bike a new personality, the bike looks quite premium now and has a proper street fighter stance when compared to the first version of the bike. However, we would have liked it better if the MT 15 took some design inspiration from the new Yamaha MT 03, which would have made the MT 15 a bit more menacing. 

Lastly, coming to the build quality. Yamaha has done quite a bit to improve things in this department but even then the new switchgears don’t feel premium and the placement of the horn and indicators will take some time to get used to. The pillion grabrail looks more like an afterthought given the coarse welds. The seat also comes off as a bit flimsy.

Engine, Mileage And Performance

The MT 15 is powered by the same engine as the R15; a 155cc liquid-cooled, single cylinder motor that produces 18.4PS and 14.1Nm. The power figures are decent and the engine is quite tractable, making riding at speeds as low as 25kmph in 6th gear quite easy.

Now, such tractability is surely impressive especially in a high revving engine but it is the only good part. The bike doesn’t feel alive under 6000rpm and the engine feels a bit lacking when it comes to bottom end grunt, not something you’d expect from a streetfighter. After 6000rpm the bike feels alive and can easily cruise at speeds of around 100kmph, but vibrations can be felt on the handlebar and footpegs after this. The vibrations aren’t really intense but the presence is felt. 

The MT 15 shines in the city with light clutch action, a slick gearbox and tractable nature of the engine makes short commutes an easy affair. But overall, the bike does feel a bit restrained when trying to ride fast.

Handling And Ride Quality

The inverted fork and cast aluminum swingarm that the MT 15 now gets has made the bike more stable, especially at the front end. The bike now inspires more confidence when committing to corners. The increase in stability also doesn’t come at the cost of agility, the bike is as agile and nimble as the first version on city roads, living up to its streetfighter DNA. 

The brakes on the MT 15 were one weak point, the front disc does always give adequate feedback but the rear one had no feel at all and it was easy to get your wheel locked up and sliding when braking hard. Now with the introduction of dual-channel ABS, this issue has been solved to a great extent. 


The riding posture of the MT 15 is like a typical streetfighter, which combines a flat-low handlebar and rear-set footpegs giving a slightly forward leaning posture but one that isn’t too committed. This is really a good deal for riders who like the R15’s performance but don’t like the committed riding posture and discomfort that comes with it. 

The MT 15 has a single piece seat that is neither too hard nor too soft. While it is comfortable when riding for short distances in the city, long rides on the highway will result in an uncomfortable experience. Another issue with the seat is that there’s very little space for the pillion and the mount for the number plate is longer than the pillion seat. 

The suspension setup is a bit stiff and not being careful when going over bumpy roads will result in the rider being tossed off the saddle. So slowing down on speed breakers and undulations might get necessary.


The MT 15 has a negatively lit, fully-digital LCD instrument console which gives readouts such as speed, gear position, fuel level, time, trip meters and odometers. It also provides good visibility in all lighting conditions. The Yamaha Y-Connect App also allows riders to connect their smartphone via Bluetooth to get functionalities like Call/SMS alerts and last parked location. But the most disappointing thing is that it misses out on turn-by-turn navigation.


If you are looking for a streetfighter that is easy to handle in the city and provides a good riding experience overall then the MT 15 is a good choice. But if you are looking for more features and a more comfortable riding experience then you should look into its rivals like the KTM 125 Duke and the Bajaj Pulsar NS200.

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My friend using this bike its awesome and its performance also cruelly awesome

suresh's MT 15 V2 gives mileage of 35 kmpl
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Great performance nice yo

Great performance nice yo drive and brilliant average in sport sengment bikes

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313 CC 199 CC 155 CC 200 CC 349 CC 124 CC 164 CC 124 CC
47.94 - 56.87 Kmpl
32.86 Kmpl 40.36 Kmpl 60.56 Kmpl 33 Kmpl 36.2 Kmpl 66 Kmpl 44.38 Kmpl 48.05 Kmpl
18.4 PS @ 10000 rpm
34 PS @ 9500 rpm 24.5 PS @ 9750 rpm 18.4 PS @ 10000 rpm 25 PS @ 10,000 rpm 20.4 PS @ 6100 rpm 11.55 PS @ 8250 rpm 16 PS @ 8750 rpm 14.5 PS @ 9250 rpm
30.20 mm - 32.70m - 36.71m - 33.91 mm -
Top speed
143 kmph - - - 114 kmph - - -
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Yamaha MT 15 V2 Colours

Yamaha MT 15 V2 bike is available in 11 exciting colours options like Cyber Green, Cyan Storm, Black Metallic X, Racing Blue, Metallic Black, Ice Fluo-vermillion, Dark Matte Blue, Metallic Black, Dark Matte Blue, Metallic Black and Ice Fluo Vermilion.
  • Cyber Green
  • Cyan Storm
  • Black Metallic X
  • Racing Blue
  • Metallic Black
  • Ice Fluo-vermillion
  • Dark Matte Blue
  • Metallic Black
  • Dark Matte Blue
  • Metallic Black
  • Ice Fluo Vermilion

Yamaha MT 15 V2 Mileage

The mileage of Yamaha MT 15 V2 is 47.94 kmpl. This is the ARAI mileage for all the variants of MT 15 V2.

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Questions & Answers on MT 15 V2

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Q. What is the kerb weight of the Yamaha MT 15?
  • The Yamaha MT 15 has a kerb weight of 139 Kg.
  • The Yamaha MT 15 has a kerb weight of 139 Kg.
  • 150..kgs
Q. How many gears does Yamaha MT 15 have?
  • There are 6 gears are available in Yamaha MT 15 V2.
  • 6
Q. Who are the rivals of Yamaha MT 15?
  • Duke 200 and Pulsar NS200 are top competitors of MT 15 V2. Bajaj Dominar 400 and Yamaha R15 V4 are also among popular MT 15 V2 rivals and have compariable features and specifications. Pulsar N160, Hunter 350, R15S, Apache RTR 160 4V are similar Bikes like MT 15 V2 and can be good alternative choices.
  • The Yamaha MT 15 primarily competes against the KTM 125 Duke.
Q. What is engine power of Yamaha MT 15 V2?
  • Yamaha MT 15 V2 is powered by 155 cc engine.This MT 15 V2 engine generates a power of 18.4 PS @ 10000 rpm and a torque of 14.1 Nm @ 7500 rpm.
  • Engine power⚡ 18.9and highest speed in Yamaha MT15v2
  • 155cc engine with 18.4 PS @1000rpm .. 14.1nm@7500rpm
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Q. How can i book the Yamaha MT 15 V2?
  • For this, we would suggest you to connect with your nearest authorized dealership of Yamaha or visit the official website of the brand. You may click on the given link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
  • By paying 2000 booking amount at your near showroom
  • You can pay advance 2000 at your nearest showroom
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Q. Does it have Bluetooth connectivity?
  • Yes. MT 15 V2 Bluetooth connectivity working this bike.😍😍
  • Yes it's have Bluetooth connectivity
  • Yes connect with Yamaha motor app
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What is the price of Yamaha MT 15 V2 in 2024?

The 2024 ex-showroom price of Yamaha MT 15 V2 is 1.73 Lakh.

What is the mileage of Yamaha MT 15 V2 in 2024?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Yamaha MT 15 V2 is 47.94 kmpl.

Does the Yamaha MT 15 V2 have ABS?

No, ABS feature is not available in Yamaha MT 15 V2.

Which is better Yamaha MT 15 V2 or BMW G 310 GS?

BMW G 310 GS Price starts at Rs. 3.30 Lakh which is Rs. 1.62 Lakh costlier than base model of Yamaha MT 15 V2 priced at Rs. 1.68 Lakh. Compare Yamaha MT 15 V2 vs BMW G 310 GS on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Yamaha MT 15 V2 in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Yamaha MT 15 V2 in Delhi is Rs. 4,840 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Yamaha MT 15 V2?

Yamaha MT 15 V2 is available in 11 colours : Cyber Green, Cyan Storm, Black Metallic X, Racing Blue, Metallic Black, Ice Fluo-vermillion, Dark Matte Blue, Metallic Black, Dark Matte Blue, Metallic Black and Ice Fluo Vermilion. View colour images of MT 15 V2.

What is the kerb weight of Yamaha MT 15 V2?

The kerb weight of Yamaha MT 15 V2 is 139 Kg.

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