launched the YZF-R3 superbike in India for an ex-showroom Delhi price of Rs.
3,25,000/- which will be sold from select Yamaha showrooms in Racing Blue and
Black Lightning colours.
With a 321cc
liquid cooled, 4 stroke, 2 cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, fuel injected engine
that sends 41.4bhp to the rear wheel with 29.6Nm of torque. The engine is mated
to 6-speed constant mesh transmission with a wet multiple clutch.
fitted with a telescopic front and a swingarm rear suspension on the R3
superbike with hydraulic single disc brakes at the front and rear. The YZF-R3
will be brought in for sale in CKD format.
Vice President- Sales & Marketing, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd
shared, “The YZF-R3 is a model that takes the R-Series technology and know-how
Yamaha has accumulated since the original YZF-R1 and brings the world of the
“YZF” lineup to the 320cc displacement class. It inherits the high level of riding
performance and styling DNA worthy of an R-Series model while also being easy
to handle in daily use. The YZF-R3 is expected to attract younger racing
enthusiasts looking for their first racing bike. Currently the Supersports
segment (250cc to 600cc) is doing around 1000 bikes a month and our plan is to
attain a 20% market share in the segment.”
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