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Yamaha FZ-X, FZ 25, MT-15 and R15M bikes costs hiked | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

This worth hike doesn’t have an effect on any scooter in Yamaha’s line-up.

Yamaha has hiked the costs of the FZ-X, FZ 25, FZS 25, MT-15 and R15M bikes in October by Rs 500-1,000. This worth hike applies solely to those bikes and to not the scooters in Yamaha’s Indian line-up.

  • R15M gray color and World GP version dearer by Rs 1,000
  • FZ-X, FZ 25, FZS 25 dearer by Rs 1,000
  • MT-15 vary (besides MotoGP colorway) prices Rs 500 extra

Yamaha October worth hike: particulars

Yamaha has launched a small worth hike on a couple of fashions in its Indian portfolio in October. The smallest bike, the FZ-X, prices Rs 1,000 extra and is now priced at Rs 1,33,900. The neo-retro FZ-X is among the rivals to the lately launched Kawasaki W175, and you’ll see how these two bikes stack up on paper right here. The FZ 25 and FZS 25 are actually costlier by Rs 1,000 as nicely, and price Rs 1,47,900 and Rs 1,52,400, respectively. 

The MT-15 receives the smallest worth hike of the lot, and prices Rs 500 extra now. The bottom black MT-15 now prices Rs 1,63,900 and the varied colourways it’s out there in are priced at Rs 1,64,900. This hike, nonetheless, doesn’t have an effect on the MotoGP colourway, which nonetheless sits on the high of the MT-15 vary, setting you again by Rs 1,65,900.

The present flagship in Yamaha’s Indian motorbike line-up, the R15M, additionally acquired a worth hike of Rs 1,000. Nevertheless, this hike solely applies to the gray color scheme and the gorgeous World GP version, not the MotoGP reproduction paint scheme. This hike pushes the value of the R15M (gray) to Rs 1,89,900 and the World GP version to Rs 1,91,300. Regardless of this worth increment, the MotoGP reproduction colourway of the R15M stays the costliest Yamaha bike in India at Rs 1,91,900.

Yamaha lately launched a range-topping MotoGP colourway for his or her sporty Aerox 155 maxi-scooter and you’ll learn extra about it right here. Whereas Yamaha presently doesn’t have any premium bike on sale in India, a industrial on their social media platforms with the R7 supersport bike and the MT-09 bare bike operating Indian quantity plates means that they could make a comeback within the premium bike phase quickly.

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