New Delhi: Sports two-wheeler maker Yamaha may soon see the launch of a new bike, which will be the first bike to conform to the new emission standards that are going to be implemented from April 1. In the domestic two-wheeler market, this Yamaha bike competes directly with Suzuki Gixxer SF and KTM RC 125.
Will come with new update
This new updated Yamaha bike Yamaha MT-15 V2.0 will be presented in sporty naked style. Also, this bike will be the first bike made in the country to come with the new emission norms that are going to start from 1st April.
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New Yamaha MT-15 V2.0 Bike Engine
Yamaha 155cc VVA liquid cooled engine will be given in this new Yamaha MT-15 V2.0 bike, which will be capable of giving 18hp power and 14Nm torque to this bike. At the same time, there is little hope of any change in its curve weight.
New Yamaha MT-15 V2.0 Bike Look
According to the information, without much change in its design, almost the same accessories will be kept. In which disc brakes will also be present in both the wheels along with front suspension fork and rear monoshock. It can be offered with single variant and multiple color options.
New Yamaha MT-15 V2.0 Bike Price
Yamaha can see an increase of 3000-5000 in the price of this updated bike. Yamaha sells the current model of this bike at a starting price of Rs.1,64,400.
Yamaha has not officially informed about the date of its launch. In the domestic two-wheeler market, this Yamaha bike competes directly with Suzuki Gixxer SF and KTM RC 125.
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New emission rules will be applicable from 1 April 2023
In view of the serious problem of increasing pollution in the country, the government is going to implement some strict rules for the vehicle manufacturing companies, which will come into effect from 1 April 2023. That’s why vehicle manufacturers are making changes in the engines of their vehicles.
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