Yamaha XSR 155 Launched In Thailand!
Yamaha XSR series has always been based on the Yamaha MT series, and it is a more brand shaping series, targeted for a certain genre of bikers. Yamaha XSR 155 is a classic styled naked motorcycle which is based on the Yamaha R15 version 3 and Yamaha MT-15.
Yamaha XSR series is a lineup of Sports Heritage motorcycles as Japanese people like to call it, and the 155cc variant starts with the deltabox frame and the same suspension setup – upside down telescopic fork at front and monoshock suspension in the rear.
The bike was also launched with one of the most state of the art braking system on the segment, as it has dual-channel ABS as standard. The bike has the same engine from the Yamaha R15 V3 or MT-15, which is 155cc liquid-cooled VVA equipped engine.
The engine produces 19 bhp of power and 14.7 NM of torque. The power is delivered through a 6-speed gearbox, and there is also a slipper clutch for rider assistance. The bike has alloy wheels, tubeless tyres and all the features of a premium motorcycle.
And the technical specs are where the similarities end. The Yamaha XSR 155 has a completely new design in the segment, which came directly from higher-end XSR series bikes. The bike has a circular headlight and a circular designed full digital speedometer, along with a tear drop styled retro shaped fuel tank (Source).
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The seat and the handlebar, and the whole aesthetic of the bike is a blend of retro styling and a modern-day scrambler. The taillight is round-shaped, and the exhaust is also newly designed.
Yamaha XSR 155 is a blend of classic styling, modern technology, and a completely different genre than usual. The bike was just launched in Thailand, and it is still unsure when it might arrive in Bangladesh. Keep following BikeBD Website for Latest News & updates.
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