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Yamaha Introduces YZF R15 Version 2.0 in new colors

Yamaha Introduces YZF R15 Version 2.0 in new colors

Snapshot: Yamaha has introduced the YZF R15 in version 2.0 with new color schemes

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Yamaha has introduced the YZF R15  in version 2.0 with new color schemes. The company has refreshed the product with introduction of 4 new colours- Raring Red, Invincible Black, Racing Blue and Grid Gold with revised graphics but no mechanical changes to its powertrain. The most dazzling color theme out of the new offerings is the Grid Gold whose body color is black with alloy wheels in golden paint.

The motorcycle continues to be powered with a 150cc, 4-valve, single-cylinder engine that produces 17 BHP and 15 Nm of torque. The bike sits on a perimeter frame with telescopic suspension at front and mono-shock setup at rear. No doubt, the R15 looks a class apart with its aggressive styling and typical race-type seating position and not to forget, serves an unmatched level of ride and handling in its segment. The new models are priced at-

Raring Red/ Invincible Black- Rs. 110,003/-


Racing Blue/ Grid Gold- Rs. 112,924/-

(All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi).

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