Automaker Yamaha has unveiled its own BS6-compliant two-wheeler line-up in the Auto Expo in India.
Into the Ray ZR 125 scooter By FZ 25, nearly the whole assortment of Yamaha matches with the emission standards.
The new models take a premium above their BS4 counterparts, and come upgraded motors, with cosmetic tweaks.
Yamaha FZ 25 and FZS 25: Prices not revealed yet
The FZ 25 and FZS 25 versions have obtained the upgrade that was BS6, but the business will show the costs of the versions.
Both bikes package a 249cc engine which generates 20.8bhp of greatest electricity.
The versions are accessible with a headlight in addition to a couple of new color choices and a redesigned instrument panel.
Yamaha MT-15: Priced at Rs. 1.39 lakh
Meanwhile, the sport tourer Yamaha MT-15 can also be BS6-compliant today, and is about Rs. 3,000 more expensive compared to the outgoing model. The motorcycle has obtained a brand new ice Fluo Vermillion’ color variation along with an engine cut-off switch.
Powering the bicycle is a 155cc engine which produces 18.5bhp of greatest electricity and 13.9Nm of torque.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125: Price starts at Rs. 66,730
Yamaha has established the BS6-compliant ZR 125 scooter. It prices Rs. 66,730 for its drum brake version and Rs. 69,730 for its disk brake version.
The upgraded version is currently powered with a 125cc single-cylinder fuel-injected unit which generates 8.2bhp of power and 9.7Nm peak torque.
Additionally, it receives a method for enhanced fuel efficiency along with a brand new paint job.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 Street Rally: Priced at Rs. 70,730
There is Yamaha ZR 125 Street Rally scooter which conveys its specifications using the ZR 125 version that is conventional but has a couple of features such as a collision protector on front and side and a instrument cluster.