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Just look at the Yamaha YZF-R125 and tell us that you’re not falling in love with it. Now, dress it up in exclusive WGP 50th Anniversary colors and you have a machine that’s certainly worth your time and money.

First, the full-sized race-developed Deltabox frame of the bike brings a superior and comfortable riding position. The uncompromisingly-styled R-series body frame looks fast even when the bike’s standing still.

In addition to that, the bike also features dynamic acceleration and a thrilling ride, thanks to a 125cc sporty liquid-cooled engine that has been complemented with a free-revving short-stroke cylinder and an efficient 4-valve head.

When you want the best, the Yamaha YZF-R125 is as good a choice as you can make. It not only offers the best riding experience, but it also comes dressed to look the part of a road warrior sports bike.

Find out more about the Yamaha YZF-R125 WGP 50th Anniversary after the jump.

Yamaha India has officially launched the SS 125, the company’s 125 cc segment offering. Dressed with stylish and impressive looks, the SS 125 was designed to specifically cater to the youth market of India.

There’s nothing outwardly spectacular about the bike. The Yamaha SS 125 comes with 123 cc four stroke, forward inclined, single cylinder with SOHC valve configuration. The engine on this bike provides as much as 11 horsepower at 7,500 rpm with 10.4 Nm (7.7 lb-ft) of torque at 6,500 rpm. The engine also comes with a Yamaha Throttle Position Sensor (YTPS) that delivers stupendous standing acceleration.

On top of that, the bike is complemented with a front telescopic fork and rear swing arm suspension system, allowing you to get more out of your 13.6 liters of maximum fuel tank. To ensure greater stability on road, the machine sports a larger wheelbase of 1295mm.

Find out more about the Yamaha SS 125 after the jump.

Yamaha India has launched a new model from its very stylish and classy SZ variants. This bike is called the SZX and it is poised to attract the huge mass’ attention.

The Yamaha SZX comes with an attractive and elegant body, and that’s putting it lightly. The design of Yamaha SZX looks much better than the SZ in part because of the dual tone graphics, the paint scheme, and the fuel tank covers. As far as charisma and appeal are concerned, the SZX has all that and more. The new style bike is also available in three outstanding colors including royal black,

Then there’s the engine. The SZX is powered by an all-new 153cc 4-stroke air-cooled, SOHC single cylinder engine that has been tuned for maximum performance. Extra power can be achieved in the low to mid-speed range, ensuring a stress-free ride on all kinds of roads. The bike is also equipped with an AI System and a large-capacity muffler with catalyzer for cleaner exhaust.

Find out more about the Yamaha SZX after the jump.

In 2011, Yamaha India made some serious waves in the Indian motorcycle market with the release of the FZ16, FZS, Fazer, and YZF R15. Following the remarkable release of some of the best bikes to enter the market, Yamaha is upping the ante with the launch of the Fazer 250cc. The bike, for all intents and purposes, is Yamaha’s next step in reaching for the success of the 250cc segment.

The all new Yamaha Fazer 250cc is expected to be powered by a newly designed 153cc air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, single-cylinder, 2-valve engine. The engine is capable of producing 14 horsepower and a max torque of 13.6 Nm (10 lb-ft).

Just like the FZ16 and FZ-S, the Yamaha Fazer carries the Monocross suspension, a technology that ensures agile running performance and handling. The placement of this model’s ‘MidShip Muffler’ toward the center of the machine provides the right kind of weight balance that makes for an efficient ride. Add that to the bike’s “140/60-17” size rear radial tire with a 60% aspect ratio and it all makes for a bike that comes with enough power, better grip, and handling stability.

Find out more about the Yamaha Fazer after the jump.

The Yamaha YZF-R1 WGP 50th Anniversary bike comes with an elite new color scheme derived from Yamaha’s Assen TT-winning MotoGP bike. The WGP 50th Anniversary R1 commemorates Yamaha’s notable Grand Prix inheritance.

With the MotoGP- expanded TCS, R1 riders can now modify the performance characteristics of the 998cc in-line 4-cylinder engine in order to get more thrilling cornering on the road and reduce lap times on the circuit. On top of that, the bike also features a new front cowl for optimized high-speed performance. Stylistically, the bike has been garbed in the famous red, white, and black factory-bike color scheme of the WGP R1.

Finally, the YZF-R1 WGP 50th Anniversary’s race-bred technology and race-bred style is incomparable to anything else you can find in Yamaha’s model line-up. Nothing comes close to the look or feel of the new 50th Anniversary R1, proving that there’s some serious claim to the bike’s stature as one of the finest models in its segment today.

Find out more about the Yamaha YZFG-R1 WGP 50th Anniversary after the jump.

Very rarely do you see a bike like the Yamaha FZS get described as "macho," but all that notwithstanding, this one does come with sporty good looks and an eye-catching design. Put one and one together and you have a product that just speaks to you.

The first great design from the FZS comes from the lower naked part of the bike, particularly in the chain and engine, which have no covers. From there, you can take a good look at the bike’s Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) console, which comes with a plethora of high-tech features, including a digital speedometer, a tachometer, a trip meter, a fuel gauge, and other indicators. While the LCD dashboard is similar to what Yamaha FZ-16 has, one noticeable difference between the two is that the FZS looks a lot bigger, thanks in part to its front fairing. Moreover, the logo of Yamaha has been pasted on the airscoops while the bike logo is done the same on the tank.

Finally, the Yamaha FZS is powered by 150cc engine that produces in excess of 14 horsepower and 13.6 Nm (10 lb-ft) of torque.

Find out more about the Yamaha FZS after the jump.

The Yamaha Raptor 700R comes with boatloads of power, but its true appeal lies in the details, specifically all the elements that make this ATV quite a catch in its segment.

Aesthetically, the Raptor 700R is dressed to impress - and a whole lot more - with a new styling that pays true homage to the ATV’s menacing looks. Proudly assembled in the US, the Raptor 700R also has a hybrid steel aluminum frame and Controlled-Fill aluminum sub-frame and cast aluminum swing arm, all of which combine to produce a super strong structure to make the raptor 700R the lightest ATV in its class. Another bonus is a thick and comfortable seat provides great comfort to the rider, as does the adjustable suspension and the sport-tuned piggyback shocks that provide excellent ride-ability. Dual counterbalancers, electric starting, and reverse keep things nice and in order for the rider.

At the heart of the Raptor 700R is an engine that’s absolutely no joke, a 686cc engine that’s both light and strong, efficient and hard-hitting, quick-revving and performance enhancing. The engine can rev all the way to 9,000 rpm and, when combined with Yamaha’s very own YFI fuel injection system, is a powertrain that offers excellent engine performance in a wide range of conditions, elevations, and temperatures.

Then there’s the matter of handling, which the Raptor 700R draws from its YFZ inspired set-up. Thanks in large part to the ATV’s 9.1" of front travel and 10.1" out back, the state-of-the-art steel front section chassis with an aluminum rear section and detachable subframe, and the new twin piston rear brake caliper along with the twin aluminum-piston front disc brakes, combine to make sure the Raptor 700R is primed and ready for all kinds of action.

Find out more about the Yamaha Raptor 700R after the jump.

The Yamaha FZ16 was launched with the tagline of Lord of the Street and is claimed to be the finest bike among the FZ series bikes in India due to its distinctive looks and performance.

At the heart of this Yamaha FZ16, you’ll find a 153cc air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, single-cylinder, 2-valve, powerplant that gives a maximum power of 14 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and churns out 14 Nm of top torque at 6,000 rpm. The engine continues with the use of a five-speed gearbox. However, it has only electric start option along with CDI ignition. The Yamaha FZ 16 is then complemented with rear monocross suspension, a 1335mm of wheelbase, and front hydraulic single disc brakes.

As far as the engine set-up is concerned, the Yamaha FZ16 comes with a naked body type complemented with a stylish fuel tank with 12 liters of fuel capacity, a distinctive mask, sharp tail view, and a mid-ship silencer. It also has a multi-reflector headlamp, big size radial tires, and a full digital LCD instrument panel.

Find out more about the Yamaha FZ16 after the jump.

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Anyone can enjoy an impressive riding experience with this Yamaha Dual Purpose TW200 because of its long list of impressive features and comfortable ride.

At the heart of this vehicle, you’ll find a 196cc air-cooled, four-stroke single, smooth-shifting five-speed transmission with manual clutch, internal engine counterbalance, and a maintenance-free CDI ignition system to ensure accurate, dependable spark for peak engine performance at all rpm.

Furthermore, the chassis includes the 33mm telescopic front fork with 6.3 inches of travel, lightweight box section swingarm and single rear shock with 5.9 inches of travel, and the hydraulic front disc brake that ensures better stopping power with less effort.

To get a better comfortable position, you’ll be provided with the big fat tires along with a low seat and compact chassis.You’ll also get the standard instrumentation including a speedometer with odometer and resettable tripmeter as well as indicator lights for neutral, high beam, and turn signals.

Find out more about the Yamaha TW200 after the jump.

By relying on volume production, Yamaha wants to achieve its target of capturing 10% of the Indian market share in the coming years. With bikes like the Yamaha SZR, they’ve been doing a pretty good job in capturing the imagination of the youth.

In order to achieve their objectives, Yamaha recently launched a number of models under the SZ series, one of which is the SZ-R.

The Yamaha SZ-R has the same design as the SZ-X, although the bike does come with a number of modifications, including new color options and the addition of a new front disc brake. In addition, the Yamaha SZ-R comes with a tachometer and a tank protector that has been fitted to the fuel tank to make it appear even larger. The bike also has a clear lens flasher, a colored handle grip end bar, and painted muffler end caps along with special graphics.

Finally, the SZ-R comes powered with a 153cc air cooled, 4 stroke, SOHC, 2-valve engine that produces 12 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and 12.8Nm of torque at 4,500rpm. It’s not a world-beater, but it’s got enough juice to make a difference to whoever is riding the saddle.

Find out more about the Yamaha SZ-R after the jump.


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