Yamaha XSR 155 Launch Updates Specifications, Price ,Details Launch Updates

The Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer Yamaha has launched the XSR155 in the Philippines. The 155cc retro motorcycle, currently sold in a few Asian countries as well is based on the MT-15 naked motorcycle.


Yamaha XSR 155 Design

The retro segment in India is single-handedly dominated by Royal Enfield sure, Jawa entered the fray but it has not made an impressionable gent yet. What's currently lacking in this space is an old-school-looking motorcycle tempered with Japanese levels of Technology and reliability. the Yamaha 155 could really fill that. plus the smaller capacity engines would offer better fuel efficiency and attract less experienced riders. as well even if Yamaha intends to bring the XSR of 150 to India. it might not be the exact same bike sold abroad to keep the pricing competitive. It could lose out on the upside-down folk just like the MT 15 and the R-15 V3. It's also possible that Yamaha might even replace the aluminium swingarm with a standard box action unit but given that the XSR 155 this meant for more laid-back riding we don't expect these to be deal-breakers.

Engine Power

The Yamaha XSR 155 powered by the same 155CC Single Cylinder liquid-cooled motor from the r15 v3. The Yamaha baby 155cc engine produces a maximum horsepower of 14.2ps at 10000 rpm and Maximum torque of 14.7 Nm at 8500rpm. such a small capacity engine with a 6-speed gear system, it offers a good balance of low and grunt and top and drives with a good amount of power. and torque as its fair sibling the XSR 155 should be properly fun to ride on the streets. The Yamaha XSR 155 is the perfect example of retro Flair complemented by properly modern engineering.it gets all the modern underpinnings like it's fair sibling while there is. It offers Upside Down Front Fork (USD) Suspension and front and Monoshock for the rear. the Yamaha XSR comes with a 10/70-17M/C 54S (Tubeless) tire at the front wheel and 140/70-17M/C 66S (Tubeless) tire in the rear wheels and single disc brake for the front and rear wheels, no ABS offered in the XSR sold abroad. But we expect Yamaha to offer dual-channel abs at launch time in the bike in Indian variant.

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Expected Price

Expect, price of Yamaha to position the XSR 155 between the MT 15 and the R15 v3 in India. and with that, the bike could be Ex-showroom priced at around 1.4 lakhs Rupees, and the expected launch will be this year month of Aug or Sep 2021 here at this price point would it be an alternative to the Royal Enfield 350.

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