Yamaha R15 Moto GP Edition Launched – Know Details

Yamaha R15 Moto GP Edition Launched looks really good as Yamaha raises the price of all variants by Rs. 5000/-

Yamaha had recently uploaded a teaser which said “Coming Soon: The Call of the Blue”. According to this teaser, we can say that Yamaha may soon launch the R15 V3 Moto GP Edition in the nation. Yamaha already sells this special edition model in some of the South Eastern countries of Asia.

Aesthetically, the Moto GP edition R15 V3 gets the graphics from Yamaha Racing Team bikes. Also, it gets a racing blue paint scheme. The Moviestar logo can be seen on the front cowl and side panels, on the other hand, the EEOS logo is printed on the engine belly pan. While the rest of the body gets the Yamalube logo printed on it. In terms of design, there are no changes in comparison with the standard R15 V3.

Powering the Yamaha R15 V3 Moto GP Edition is the same engine that powers the standard model. Hence there are no mechanical and feature changes. It continues to be powered with the 155cc, single cylinder, four-stroke, fuel injected petrol engine. This mill is coupled to a six-speed manual transmission which also boasts of a slipper clutch. Together it generates 19 bhp of power and 14.7 NM of twist

Talking about the features, Yamaha has equipped the latest generation R15 with many modern and premium features as compared to the previous gen (Version 2) model. These features include dual split LED headlamps, an all-new digital instrument cluster, new design rear view mirrors and an LED tail lamp unit. This bike gets a dedicated riding position which is the biggest plus point and it is the cheapest bike available on which you can hit the tracks.


The introduction of the all-new YZF-R15 Version 3.0 Moto GP Limited Edition in ‘Yamaha Racing Blue’ colour gets Yamaha Moto GP branding on the fairing, tank and side panels that outlines its typical Yamaha Livery. Retaining the same mechanical features of YZF-R15 Version 3.0, the YZF-R15 Version 3.0 Moto GP limited edition priced at Rs. 1,30,000/- (Ex-Showroom Delhi) will have to be booked online through www.yamahar15v3motogpedition.com.

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