Yamaha bikes price starts at Rs 1.01 Lakh while the top-end Yamaha Bikes is sold at Rs 20.39 Lakhs (Both the prices are Ex. Showroom). It offers a total of 8 Yamaha bike models in India which includes 6 bikes in th Read More...
Yamaha bikes price starts at Rs 1.01 Lakh while the top-end Yamaha Bikes is sold at Rs 20.39 Lakhs (Both the prices are Ex. Showroom). It offers a total of 8 Yamaha bike models in India which includes 6 bikes in the 150-250cc segment and a couple in the superbike (800-1000cc) segment.
The three Yamaha bikes which will be made available in the Indian market are: WR 155R, MT 03 and XSR 155. Yamaha bikes in India have always been known for their stellar performance, brisk acceleration and superior speed. Yamaha brand has been selling motorcycles for the past three decades and has offered some of the most iconic bikes such as the legendary RX100.
One of the best Yamaha bikes is RX100, which is most classic bikes to have ever gone on sale in the Indian market. This Yamaha bike model was launched in 1985 while being retailed for nearly 11 years before it was discontinued in 1996. The RX100 from Yamaha is still regarded as one of the best Yamaha bikes in 100cc category ever built for mass production because of its power to weight ratio. You can check the popular yamaha bikes are FZS 25, FZ25, R15, MT15 and FZS.
The latest price list of Yamaha bikes models. There are a total of 8 Yamaha bikes sold via Yamaha showrooms. From high-end Yamaha bikes to economical ones, there are plenty of options for the consumer when it comes to Yamaha bike price.
|Yamaha Bike Models||Price|
|Yamaha FZ FI Price||Rs. 1.01 Lakhs|
|Yamaha FZ 250 Price||Rs. 1.52 Lakhs|
|Yamaha FZS 250 Price||Rs. 1.57 Lakhs|
|Yamaha MT - 09 Price||Rs. 10.64 Lakhs|
|Yamaha YZF - R1 Price||Rs. 20.39 Lakhs|
|Yamaha FZ - S FI Price||Rs. 1.03 - 1.05 Lakhs|
|Yamaha MT - 15 Price||Rs. 1.39 - 1.40 Lakhs|
|Yamaha YZF - R15 V3 Price||Rs. 1.48 - 1.50 Lakhs|
All the above prices are Ex. Showroom, Delhi.Read Less
Yamaha is all set to launch several upcoming bikes and scooters in the future in the Indian market. There is a great news that soon there will be few Yamaha upcoming bikes in the Indian market. All the aforeme Read More...
Yamaha is all set to launch several upcoming bikes and scooters in the future in the Indian market. There is a great news that soon there will be few Yamaha upcoming bikes in the Indian market. All the aforementioned products will be launched with a gap of at least 3-4 months in the upcoming year.
Yamaha Bikes are popular for their racing DNA, sporty design and exemplary technology. The company ensures that upcoming Yamaha bike models retain the aesthetic essence of latest models yet find their own audience with new design and performance upgrades.Read Less
Yamaha bikes in India have been crowd favourites since its launch back in 1985 which is nearly three and a half decades back in 1985 in a joint venture. However, many years later, it became a fully-owned subsidiary of Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd, Japan (YMC). A few more years later, Mitsui & Co. Ltd. joined hands with Yamaha in order to become a joint-investor in India Yamaha Motor Private Limited (IYM). YMC, the parent organization in Japan, has two wholly-owned subsidiaries in India in the form of Yamaha Motor India Pvt. Ltd. (YMI) and Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. (YMIS). The former functions as the regional headquarters and corporate control body of India business operations for YMC while the latter supports IYM to market and sell its motorcycles & scooters in domestic as well as export markets. Yamaha has also set up Yamaha Motor Research & Development India Pvt. Ltd. (YMRI), a 100 per cent subsidiary of YMC Japan, established to provide R&D and Product development services to IYM for its domestic as well as export markets. The company already has four overseas R&D headquarters in various parts of the world such as Italy, Taiwan, China, and Thailand.
Yamaha has three state-of-the-art production facilities in India at Surajpur (Uttar Pradesh), Faridabad (Haryana), and Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu). It has a decent sales network across the country with 2200 customer touch-points including 500 dealers. Presently, Mr Motofumi Shitara is the Chairman of Yamaha Motor India Group. He is also the Managing Director of both Yamaha Motor India and Yamaha Motor India Sales. Furthermore, Mr Hirokazu Yoshimitsu is the Director at Yamaha Motor India Sales.