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Yamaha plans to launch new sports bike Yamaha MT-03, details inside

Yamaha New Bike: Yamaha is planning to launch its new sports bike Yamaha MT-03 in India. it will be a 321 cc powerful engine bike that will generate power of 41.4 PS and a peak torque of 29.6 Nm. Be it mountains are you are riding in the plains, will get a smooth experience. 108 […]

Edited By : Aditya Pratap Singh | Updated: May 25, 2023 21:40 IST
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Yamaha to launch new bike soon

Yamaha New Bike: Yamaha is planning to launch its new sports bike Yamaha MT-03 in India. it will be a 321 cc powerful engine bike that will generate power of 41.4 PS and a peak torque of 29.6 Nm. Be it mountains are you are riding in the plains, will get a smooth experience.

108 kmph is top speed

According to the information being circulated in Media, Yamaha has given attention to the safety measure, the bike gets disc brakes at both the front and rear wheels and gets tubeless tyres. This powerful bike gives a top speed of 108 kmph. It is said that it will give a mileage of 25 kmpl. It will be a competitor of the KTM 390 Duke and QJ Motor SRK400.

Fully Digital LCD Instrument Cluster

The bike reaches from 0 to 100 kmpl in just 3.85 seconds. Dual channel ABS has been given in it. It is speculated that the Yamaha MT-03 will be available at an initial price of 3 lakhs ex-showroom. At present, it will come in 1 variant and two color options. A fully digital LCD instrument cluster will be given in this luxurious bike.

14 liters fuel tank

As per information, the bike weight will be around  169 Kg and it gets a large 14 litre fuel tank. The MT-03 now gets dual LED DRLs and an LED headlight. It will get a 37 mm KYB upside-down front fork and preload-adjustable rear shock, which will help in making the ride comfortable.

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First published on: May 25, 2023 09:40 PM IST

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