Yamaha Motorbike India has up to date the costs on choose bikes in its home line-up. The fashions affected embody the YZF-R15 V3.zero, FZ25, Fazer 25 and the FZ-FI collection with the corporate rising costs by Rs. 600-1200 relying on the motorbike. The premium bikes from the Japanese producer’s steady have seen a marginal hike of Rs. 600, and in consequence, the Yamaha YZF-R15 V3.zero now retails at Rs. 1.40 lakh, whereas the Yamaha FZ25 and the Fazer 25 now retail at Rs. 1.34 lakh and Rs 1.44 lakh respectively. The FZ-FI is now priced at Rs. Rs 96,180, whereas the FZS-FI will set you again by Rs. 98,180 (all costs, ex-showroom Delhi).
The value hike doesn’t have an effect on the just lately launched Yamaha MT-15 that continues to retail at Rs. 1.36 lakh. The value distinction the MT and the R15 although is barely greater. That mentioned, the R15 continues to be extra aggressive than its direct rival – the newly launched KTM RC 125 that instructions a premium of Rs. 7000 with an asking worth of Rs. 1.47 lakh (all costs, ex-showroom Delhi).
In the meantime, Yamaha India has additionally cleared its storage and has discontinued the YZF-R15 V1 and the Fazer 150. Each bikes weren’t up to date with ABS forward of the April 1 deadline and can’t be offered with out the security function. With the R15 V3.zero doing effectively by way of gross sales, it’s seemingly that the bike maker discovered it a extra enticing proposition to discontinue the R25 V1 as a substitute of updating it with the security function. The Yamaha Fazer 150 hadn’t acquired any updates this 12 months when the comprehensively revised FZ was launched in January 2019. It is an unclear in the intervening time if the semi-faired providing will make a comeback.