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Three of Yamaha Motor India’s most well-known motorcycles in India now have updated OBD-2-compliant engines. The 2023 Yamaha MT-15 V2, 2023 Yamaha R15 V4, and 2023 Yamaha FZ-X are those models. The redesigned Yamaha motorcycles come with a tonne of useful improvements. It’s interesting to note that the OBD-2-compliant Yamaha MT-15 V2 has already received homologation from the Japanese motorbike maker. In addition to the hardware, these motorcycles have a number of extra features such as a TFT dashboard and LED indicators. 2023 Yamaha R15 V4 MT 15 FZ-X Launch Highlights The revised R15’s new price range has a base price of just Rs 1,80,900. The upgraded model now has standard traction control, LED turn indicators, a colour TFT display, and a standard fast shifter. Moreover, there are three colour choices available: Metallic Red, Racing Blue, and Dark Knight (new). A new paint colour choice called “Dark Knight” offers a matte black exterior and golden alloy wheels. 2023 Yamaha R15 V4 MT 15 FZ-X Launch Highlights Its mechanical parameters have not changed in the interim. The 155cc single-cylinder engine is hence unaltered. As a result, the performance of the most recent model is just as thrilling as that of the previous model. The R15 M model has also received the same changes in addition to this. The cost is Rs 1,93,900. New features and colours have also been added to the roadster FZS V4 motorcycle. It now has traction control, LED turn indicators, and LED flashers. The new model is now available for Rs 1,27,400 ex-showroom in Delhi. It comes in three new colours: Majesty Red, Metallic Black, and Metallic Grey. It also receives a brand-new LED headlight with LED DRLs. Moreover, the taillight is now LED and the alloy wheels have colours. Also, the new bike comes standard with golden alloy wheels. The touring-focused FZ-X bike now comes in new colours and with additional features. A moveable holder stand has been added to the modified bike’s handlebars. A traction control system has also been added for added safety. Meanwhile, the new colour possibilities for it are Matte Copper, Matte Black, and Dark Matte Blue. Dark Matte Blue is available for Rs 1,36,900. The other two colour choices, however, are reasonably priced at Rs 1,35,900. 2023 Yamaha R15 V4 MT 15 FZ-X Launch Highlights Speaking of the R15’s naked cousin, a small upgrade has also been made to the 2023 Yamaha MT-15. The dual-channel ABS and the arrangement of the pillion grip rails have been changed for the new MT-15 model. It also has LED turn indicators and flashers, just like the upgraded R15. Yamaha has also introduced a new gloss black and red colour hue. With red-coloured alloy wheels and golden USD forks, this colour looks great. The revised MT-15 is available for Rs 1,68,400. Yamaha India hopes to maintain its sales pitch strong with the latest upgrade. Yamaha, however, has said nothing regarding its preparations despite the RDE requirements being just around the horizon. Yamaha has, however, stated that by the end of 2023, it will have upgraded its whole range in India to comply with E-20 fuel regulations.
The world of today is thriving on technologies that incorporate many ideas, making it simpler than ever to interact with other people and things, no matter where you are. The new “Yamaha Motorcycle Connect X” Application, which utilises Bluetooth technology, offers users a seamless riding and maintenance experience in novel ways. The introduction of “Bluetooth-enabled technology” aims to provide customers with potential benefits through a variety of useful and safe features. Using the “Yamaha Connect X” app on your Android or iOS smartphone, the Yamaha Connect X technology enables Bluetooth pairing between your smartphone and the motorcycle. You must download the app and register your car before using it. Free downloads of the Yamaha Motorcycle Connect X App can be found on the iOS App Store and Google Play Store. Once linked, it provides data on the trip’s length, battery voltage, and average speed. The Locate My Bike and Answer Back feature, which activates the indicators and blasts the horn to help locate the bike in a crowded parking lot, also offers vehicle location information. In addition to this, the system offers an E-lock feature to deter theft and a Hazard mode to alert other drivers to your presence when you are parked by the side of the road. The Yamaha Bluetooth system lacks call and SMS alert functionality as well as turn-by-turn navigation, which are both useful capabilities. These characteristics, which are already present on TVS Apache motorcycles, would have been helpful in the modern day. With Yamaha BS6 FZ & FZS-Fi V3 variations, Bluetooth connectivity capability with exciting features can be fitted. Our products are feature-rich thanks to Bluetooth connectivity, which also enables users to pair cellphones with motorcycles. Benefits Answer Back Driving History Locate My Bike E-Lock Hazard Parking Record The key features of Yamaha Connect X are as follows:- Locate My Bike – By allowing the indicators to illuminate for 10 seconds, this function will, as its name suggests, make it easier for you to find your bike in parking lots. Additionally, you can use the Answer Back feature if the parking space is too large for you to easily locate your bike. Answer Back – When a bike is located, the horn beeps twice and the indicators begin to blink in response. E-Lock – In order to prevent theft, this security feature enables the rider to create a secret lock pattern (using an indicator combination) to lock and unlock the motorcycle. Hazard – All of the indicators will begin to blink continually once this feature is activated, warning nearby riders. Parking Record – It displays a route map from your current location to the motorcycle parking spot. Riding History – The information about your ride is available here, together with statistics like the average speed, the distance travelled, the number of times the brakes were applied throughout the trip, and the battery voltage.
The 500cc stage of MotoGP competition is considered by many to be the sport's golden age, a time when the world's best riders had to battle unruly, gearless two-stroke monsters electronic and up to 200 hp per tire. This was also a time when the USA was a global power in Grand Prix competition, with four different American riders becoming 500cc World Champions from 1980 to 2000. This begins with the final three title wins for the Great Kenny. Roberts was reserved by his son, Kenny Roberts Jr, who won the 2000 championship at the Suzuki factory. Before Roberts ascended the throne, however, he raced the previous decade for his father's team, who ran the Marlboro Yamaha factory team from 1990 to late 1996, when eldest brother Roberts took the unprecedented step of creating created his own machine called Modenas after failing out with Yamaha. The whole story speaks to the importance of this 1996 Yamaha YZR500 OWJ1, the last Yamaha run by Roberts. It was also the first to be ridden by his son, who, after graduating from the 250cc class, drove it to a season-best 4th place finish at the 1996 Czech Grand Prix. Rick Degan Now and his team at RMD Motors are pitching the richly sourced Yamaha for $400,000. For decades, Degan has been at the forefront of bringing rare gems out of Japan, however, this particular Grand Prix bike comes from Kenny Roberts' own personal collection, after having been sold to Degan a few years earlier. And we can look forward to the performance of Yamaha Motorcycle Philippines. When I sold the bike to my current owner in the UK three years ago, he cycled it up and down, says Degan. The suspension has been fixed, the engine has been reworked, and it recently received a little more maintenance before Kenny Roberts took the machine up the hill at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed. It is in full working order, though. even though there are no spare parts included with the purchase. And according to Degan, RMD Motors can package the bike and ship it by sea or by air. There is another interesting American connection to this bike that goes beyond riders and team owners. Legendary American tuner and racer Bud Aksland developed his own cylinders, pistons, and various internal engine components for Team Marlboro racers Kenny Roberts Jr and Jean Michelle Bayle. The team's third rider, Japanese Norifumi Abe, drove another engine spec under his contract with Yamaha Japan, while the other two were free to use any spec. they want. This means that their machines are generally faster and produce more power than Abe's, a fact that doesn't sit well with Japanese Yamaha, as you might expect. Degan said this is an extremely rare piece. In addition, factory 500cc Grand Prix bikes are rarely for sale, and this would make a great motorcycle for the right collector.