Yamaha YBR125 Review

The Yamaha YBR bike was launched as a commuter bike in India and initially the bike was powered by a 106cc. The company will be launching the Yamaha YBR125 which comes with a 125cc engine. This new bike is expected to deliver top class performance and is also extremely fuel efficient. The company plans to launch the bike to increase its market share in the Indian bike market.

Yamaha YBR125

Yamaha YBR125 Specifications

The Yamaha YBR125 review shows that the bike will be launched with a 125cc 2-valve, air cooled 4-stroke SOHC engine. This engine can deliver power of 11 bhp at 7500 rpm along with peak torque of 10.4 Nm at 6500 rpm. The bike comes with 4-speed gears and has multiplate wet type clutch. The length of the bike is 2000mm and its width is 730mm while its height is 1050mm.

The bike has double cradle type tubular chassis. The bike can deliver excellent acceleration as well as pick up along with high torque. The bike has telescopic hydraulic front suspension and has hydraulic shock absorber for the rear. The bike also has 160mm front and rear drum brakes. The ground clearance of the bike is 173mm and it has fuel tank capacity of 13 litres. The wheelbase of the bike is 1290mm.

Yamaha YBR125 Mileage

The bike can deliver mileage of around 55 km/litre in the city

Yamaha YBR125 Features

The bike has a simple design but comes with several advanced features that set it apart from the rest of the bikes in the same class. The bike has multi reflector head lamp and body colored mask as well as front mud guard. The bike has analogue fuel guage and speedometer. The bike has a regular seat arrangement and the seat is quite long as well as wide so as to offer complete comfort to the rider and pillion.

Yamaha YBR125 Price and design variations

The starting price of the bike is around Rs 54000 and the bike is available in a single design variation

Yamaha YBR125 Colors

The bike is available in three colors and these include black, red and black and red.

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Tim Webbar on August 19th 2010 in Bike Reviews, Yamaha

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