Is Yamaha MT-03 Launching in India or Not? – Here’s What We Know So Far

Back in October 2019, Yamaha revealed the next-gen model of MT-03 for the international markets. As per the latest details available, Yamaha recently announced that they have no immediate plans to launch any new 250cc+ premium motorcycle in India though, it is being rumoured that the new-gen 300cc MT-series motorcycle will be launched in India after 10-12 months. The brand is expected to launch the new R3 sportbike first and then the new model of MT-03. It would be competing with the likes of BMW G310R, Honda CB300R, and the Benelli TNT 300.

New Yamaha MT-03 India Launch
New Yamaha MT-03 India Launch: Here’s What We Know So Far

The 2022 model of the Yamaha MT-03 shares most of its parts with the YZF-R3 while the changes include a single headlight unit as well as a relaxed bar-type handlebar for better street control. Just like the new model of the YZF-R3, the MT-03 now also comes equipped with 37mm Upside Down (USD) telescopic forks at the front while the rear features a monoshock unit.

The bike is powered by the same 321cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, twin-cylinder engine producing a maximum power of 42HP @ 10,750 rpm and a peak torque of 29.6Nm @ 9,000 rpm. The bike is equipped with a 6-speed gearbox and weighs just 168kgs, making it quick in terms of performance.

The India-spec model of the MT-03 will come equipped with 2-channel ABS as standard. The hyper-naked street motorcycle is expected to arrive in India with a price tag of around INR 3,30,000 (ex-showroom).

New Yamaha MT-03 Specs

  • Displacement – 321cc, Liquid-Cooled
  • Max. Power – 42 HP @ 10750 rpm
  • Max. Torque – 29.6 Nm @ 9000 rpm
  • No. of Cylinders – 2 Cylinder
  • No. of Gears – 6-Speed Gearbox
  • Seat Height – 780mm
  • Ground Clearance – 160mm
  • Kerb/Wet Weight – 168kg
  • Fuel Tank Capacity – 14-litres
  • Top Speed – 170+ kmph (Approx.)
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New Yamaha MT-03 Colors

New Yamaha MT-03 Key Facts

  • Lightweight LED flashers
  • Ergonomic & Agile Riding Position
  • High-Quality Look and Authentic MT Feel
  • Long Swingarm with New Shock Settings
  • Aggressive Next-Generation MT design
  • 37mm Upside-Down Front Forks
  • High-Tech LCD Instrument Console
  • Dual Slant-Eye Positions Lights; LED Headlight
  • Dynamic Mass-Forward Body Design
  • Lightweight Diamond Frame

4 Comments

  1. Alpha Victor says

    How much will it cost?

  2. Rajiv Dhiman says

    Around INR 3.25 lakh

  3. Arif Uddin says

    what’s the proof that it is coming to india this year???

  4. Kaushik Chakraborty says

    Mark my words it will never launch in India. Yamaha wants to be a mass market brand in India. Until the Indian market matures enough to consider this as beginner bike there is no chance.

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