coming back to India
is expected to launch the
in India very soon.
was first launched in India in 2015
Because of its high price tag of
Rs 3.25 lakh
it was not able to attract customers.
in 2017 with new colours, ABS, and improved tyres. But that increased the cost to
Rs 3.51 lakh ex-showroom
planned to bring the 2020 version of the R3 to india, but it delayed because of the pandemic.
Now, according to some sources, Yamaha is expected to launched the BS6 R3 in India by Diwali this year.
The front part of the
is inspired by the bigger
The new R3 also got better aerodynamics, full-LED headlights, ram-air intake, a full-digital instrument cluster, a different fuel tank design
is powered by the
parallel-twin DOHC engine
Its engine produces the max power of
and peak torque of
USD forks at the front and a preload-adjustable monoshock at the rear.
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