Yamaha Motorcycles Get Price Hike Ahead of Diwali: Like most of the 2-wheeler brands, Yamaha India has also increased the prices of its major portfolio ahead of the upcoming Diwali festival. The hike in prices remains minimal and ranges between INR 500 to INR 600 for most of the products.
One of the most desired Yamaha motorcycles, the R15 V3 is now available at a price tag of INR 1,40,880, getting an increase in price by INR 600 from its previous price tag of INR 1,40,280. The increase in price tag by INR 600 is also valid on the motorcycle’s Dark Knight variant, which is now available for INR 1,42,880, while the price for the MotoGP edition remains the same at INR 1,42,780.
In addition to this, the prices for the Yamaha FZ series has also been increased by INR 500. The FZ V3 is now available at a price tag of INR 96,680, getting an increase in price by INR 500 from its earlier price tag of INR 96,180.
On the other hand, the high-spec variant, Yamaha FZS V3 is now available at a price tag of INR 98,680, also receiving an increase in price by INR 500 from its older price tag of INR 98,180. However, another 150cc motorcycle from the brand, the Yamaha MT-15 has not received any price hike and is available at INR 1,36,000 for the festive season.
Coming to the quarter-litre portfolio offered by the brand in the Indian market, the motorcycles have received a price hike of INR 500 ahead of Diwali. The Yamaha FZ25 can now be availed in the market at a price tag of INR 1,34,680, getting an increase in price by INR 500 from its earlier price tag of INR 1,34,180.
Similarly, the price tag for the Yamaha Fazer 25 has now been changed from INR 1,44,180 to INR 1,44,680. Apart from these, the price tag of FZ25 MotoGP edition remains the same at INR 1,36,680. In addition to this, the brand is also offering the Yamaha YZF-R3 with a new price tag of INR 3,51,680.
All the prices mentioned in this article are ex-showroom India. Apart from the increase in price tags of the motorcycles, the brand is expected to launch the BS6 variants of its Indian portfolio in the coming months.