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Yamaha Upcoming Bikes in India 2017 (150cc-700cc), Price and Images

Upcoming Yamaha Bikes in India 2017

Yamaha Upcoming bikes India 2017

The fun of riding and the features of the Yamaha Bikes keep them alive in the heart of every racer. Though there are many rivals, the Yamaha motorcycles keep up their reputation and continues in a dazzling way. But, the interesting thing is the Yamaha upcoming bikes India 2017.

There are a lot more other motorcycle brands to rival against the Yamaha Bikes, however, the company still advances constantly.

Here are the Upcoming Yamaha bikes in India 2017, that are about to launch in this fiscal year. The motorcycle variant includes 150cc to 700 cc.

Yamaha T7 Concept

The Yamaha T7 Concept was first featured in the EICMA show and the Adventure desert king takes the rebirth. Yamaha concentrates on this T7 concept that reminiscent the Tenere XT600Z, which was launched 33 years ago

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The company is getting back the model with a new design and modern features.

The Yamaha T7 is powered by the 700 cc, Parallel twin engine capable of producing 74 Brake horse power. The Cross-plane engine (CP2) in the T7 is Yamaha’s advanced strategy, which is even found on 1000 cc motorcycles. The 4 sets LED headlights, Custom Akrapovic exhaust and a lot more modern touch are given to the T7 Concept.

 

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Yamaha M-Slaz

The Yamaha M-Slaz is one of the most anticipated 150cc street fighter since 2016. The motorcycle is already being enjoyed in Indonesia in the name of Yamaha Xaber. The Yamaha M-Slaz price in India is not yet revealed, but it is expected to come around INR 1.2 to 1.4 lakh.

The M-Slaz gets absolutely a new age design and feature Upside-down forks, advance digital console and with the most responsive throttle response. The dimension of the M-Slaz is almost like the most popular currently available FZS bikes.

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The 149 cc, single cylinder engine of the M-SLAZ produces 16.09 BHP @ 8500 rpm of maximum power and 14.3 NM @ 7500 rpm of peak torque, mated to a 6-speed gear box.

Yamaha M-Slaz is available in the following colors -full toned black, Yamaha Blue-white, Red shade-black and Green fluorescence-grey.

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Yamaha R25

The next upcoming bike in Yamaha of the quarter liter segment is the R25. The Yamaha R25 is designed in such a way that the uncomfortable long rides and the bad pillion seat faced in R15 bike is addressed this time.

The Expert says, that the R25 will suit many of the riders, including middle age group peoples.

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The 249 cc, DOHC, 8-valve setup engine generates a maximum power of 35.5 BHP at 12,000 RPM of and a peak torque of 22.1 NM at 10,000 RPM. Yamaha has incorporated the carbon coating on the crankshaft and pistons of the R25, offering a smooth, noiseless and vibration less engine.

The price of R25 in India is around INR 2,40,000 lakh, which is a good deal. The Yamaha YZF R25 will rival against the Honda CBR250R, Suzuki GSX 250 and KTM RC 200

Race blue, Grey matter and milky white are the three colors made available.

Yamaha MT 03

The beef cake from the Yamaha is the MT 10 and the entry level naked street fighter of the MT family is the MT 03. But, the one that is expected in India is designed in the way resembling the full faired R3, but without the full fairing.

There is already a news about the cancellation of MT 03 launch and still the situation is same. Except the headlight, the remaining part of the MT 03 just remains the same of the Yamaha R3.

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Load more Image of Yamaha MT 03Powering the MT 03 is the powerful 321 cc, Twin cylinder, liquid cooled engine which can generate 41.4 BHP @ 10,750 rpm of maximum power and 29.6 NM @ 9000 rpm of peak torque.

The price of the Yamaha MT 03 is expected to range about INR 2.75 – 3 Lakh.

Yamaha R15 V3.0

The entry level best racing machine from Yamaha is the R15. After the first launch, the version 2.0 almost dominates every road, even in the presence of the Honda CBR 150. Also, Yamaha has upgraded the R15 to the Version 3 and India is waiting for the launch of the racing bike.

Also read: Yamaha Fazer 25 launched- check price

There is a recent news that the Yamaha will hold the plan of launching the Yamaha R15 in India for the upcoming days. On the other hand, Honda revealed the CBR 150R 2017 model recently and we expect Yamaha to launch the R15 Version 3 to set race, when CBR 150R 2017 enters India.

The Yamaha R15 V3.0 is more aggressive and is resembling the R25. The front air duct, upgraded engine and the new paint jobs are the highlights. The engine specification remains same but is tweaked to be more responsive and engaging.

Yamaha YZF R15 V3 side view

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Yamaha YZF R6

The most powerful motorcycle of the Yamaha Upcoming Bikes India 2017 is the racing inspired Yamaha R6 which is expected to launch this year. The R6 stuffs loads of futuristic features and almost all the highlights mentioned are directly related to the 1000cc R1M.

The Yamaha R6 is designed in such a way that its aerodynamic structure has improved to 8%. The other stunning features are as follows

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  • Yamaha uses a method called Newcross-layered design for building the front fairing of the R6
  • YCC-T and YCC-I
  • Rapid and smooth slipper clutch
  • 6 level traction control
  • Aluminium fuel tank for lighter R6
  • Rapid seat for changing position in corners and knee down
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The Yamaha R6 price in India is INR 6 Lakh and can be the best rival for the upcoming BMW and Ducati bikes.

Also read: Ducati Launch five bikes in India

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