Yamaha bikes are 500-1,000 more expensive this month
This price increase does not affect any scooter models in Yamaha’s lineup.
In October, Yamaha increased the price of FZ-X, FZ 25, MT-15 and R15M by Rs 500-1,000. This price increase only applies to these motorcycles and does not apply to any scooters in Yamaha’s lineup.
R15M Gray and GP World Edition are Rs 1,000 more expensive
FZ-X, FZ25, FZS 25 less than Rs 1,000
MT-15 range (except MotoGP colorway) costs more than Rs 500
October Yamaha price increase: details
The past October has caused a few models in Yamaha’s Indian motorcycle portfolio to increase slightly in price. Starting with the smallest bike to be nicer, the FZ-X is now more than Rs 1,000 and is currently priced at Rs 1,33,900. The neoclassical FZ-X is one of the rivals of Recently launched Kawasaki W175 and you can see how these two bikes stack up on paper here. The FZ 25 and FZS 25 are also currently Rs 1,000 more expensive, currently priced at Rs 1,47,900 and Rs 1,52,400 respectively.
MT-15 received the smallest price increase among lots, currently priced at Rs 500. The base black MT-15 is currently priced at Rs 1,63,900 and the different colors it is available in are priced at Rs 1,64,900. This spike has no effect on the MotoGP colorway which remains at the top of the MT-15 range, leaving you with an additional Rs 1,65,900 off.
Yamaha’s current flagship model in India, the R15M, also received a price increase of Rs 1,000. This price increase only applies to the gray color scheme and the stunning World GP edition, not to the MotoGP paint scheme. This increase pushes the price of the R15M (gray) to Rs 1,89,900 and the GP World version to Rs 1,91,300. Despite this price increase, the MotoGP clone color of the R15M remains the most expensive Yamaha bike in India at Rs 1,91,900.
Yamaha recently introduced a top-of-the-line MotoGP color for their Aerox 155 sport maxi-scooter, and you can read more about it here. here. While Yamaha doesn’t currently have any premium bikes on sale in India, an advertisement on their social media platforms with R7 supersport bike and naked bike MT-09 Indian license plate runs suggest they might soon make a comeback in the premium bike segment.
All prices mentioned are ex-factory, Delhi.