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Yamaha Yzf R15

Yamaha Yzf R15 (HT Auto photo)

₹ 1 Lakhs* Onwards

Ex showroom price in Delhi

Yamaha Yzf R15 Key Specs

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Transmission Manual
Fuel Supply Fuel injection

Yamaha Yzf R15 Price List, Specifications and Features

Yzf R15

₹ 1 Lakhs

Yamaha Yzf R15
Expert Review

3 out of 5
Yamaha had let us test the R15 initially only on the track, so we couldn't give you an accurate representation of what the bike would be like to own. Now, we finally got the chance to test it on the street and up some twisty sections out of town and the new R15 is a big improvement. The R1/R6-inspired R15 is eye candy - the design is sharp and proportionate. We are also relieved to discover that the dual LED headlights are powerful enough to light up the road well at night. Further observation shows that the fairing is cleverly designed to keep muck out of the belly pan. Still, practicality is not great - the V3.0's rear seat is still too high to sit comfortably for long. But that's okay, as the lovely see-through tail section looks even better with an unoccupied rear seat. At the front, the V3.0 has a good-looking cockpit, and R1 inspiration can be seen in the tank's gills, the handlebar's hollow slots and the substantial bubble visor.But there are also some things we didn't like. The plastics seem quite thin and then there are the ugly, uneven welds in exposed spaces like the front subframe. The seat stitching on our test bike was already giving up, and while this could be a result of wear, the bike had covered only 1,200km. The locking mechanism for the removable rider seat feels quite flimsy too. Though overall quality levels are still quite good, they're a drop from the benchmark that Yamaha themselves set with products like the original R15 and FZ16.The R15 V30 runs a 155cc, liquid-cooled, SOHC, four-valve motor with a new intake and exhaust system, and the cool Variable Valve Actuation (VVA) Read More