Yamaha M-SLAZ

Yamaha M-SLAZ


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Expected Price

₹ 1,10,000
* Delhi. May vary.


Our take on this /// Verdict

There is no doubt the Yamaha M-Slaz is a good-looking streetfighter. The bike is appreciated for its solid build quality and premium look. It gets a single-piece seat with a lowered bottom. The performance at low and mid-range is powerful and smooth. Yamaha M-Slaz include the LED headlamps, LED taillights, fully digital instrument console. 


The 2023 Yamaha M-SLAZ 150 is expected to be priced at around Rs 1.10 lakh in India (ex-showroom). The Yamaha M-SLAZ 150 is a naked bike. Available in four color options- Red with Black, Blue with White, Green with Grey, and All-Black.

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The Yamaha M-Slaz 150 was launched as the naked variation of the second-gen YZF-R15 which was once on sale in India. This street bike is based on the same platform as the YZF R15. In the Indonesian market, M-Slaz is on sale under the name Xabre. It measures 1,959 mm in length. Other dimensions like width and height are 795 mm and 1,065 mm. The wheelbase stands at 1,350 mm. Currently, Yahama M-Slaz is not available in the Indian market. 

Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant 2024 Yamaha M-SLAZ 150
Availability Status in India Upcoming
2-Wheeler Type Naked
Latest Price in India 2024 Yamaha M-SLAZ 150 is expected to be priced around Rs 1.10 lakh in India (ex-showroom).
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Red with Black, Blue with White, Green with Grey, All-Black
Official Tagline Slash Your Darkness
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Engine Details 4-stroke, single cylinder, SOHC, 4-valve
Fuel System Fuel Injection
Engine cc (Displacement) 149 cc
Maximum Power 16.09 Bhp @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque 14.3 NM @ 7500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Emission Norms BS6-Compliant
Ignition TCI
Lubrication Wet
Compression Ratio 10.4: 1
Bore 57.0 mm
Stroke 58.7 mm
Spark Plug Model Type NGK CR9E
Number of Gears 6
Clutch Wet multi-plate type
Gear Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5-6
Mileage 35-45 kmpl (approx.)
Front Brake 267mm Hydraulic Single Disc
Rear Brake 220mm Hydraulic Single Disc
Front Tyre 110/70-17 M/C 54S
Rear Tyre 130/70-17 M/C 62S
Front Wheel 17 M/C-MT 2.75
Rear Wheel 17 M/C-MT 3.50
Wheel Size 17-inch
Wheel Type 10-spoke Alloy Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Key Features USD Front Forks, Lightweight, Fuel Injection, LED Lights, Impressive Ground Clearance
Front Suspension 37 mm Upside Down (USD) telescopic forks
Rear Suspension Swing Arm (shock absorber)
Frame (Chassis) Delta box frame
Overall Length 1955 mm
Overall Width 795 mm
Overall Height 1065 mm
Seat Height 805 mm
Ground Clearance 164 mm
Wheelbase 1350 mm
Kerb Weight 135 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 10.2 litres
Engine Oil Capacity 0.95 litres
Turning Circle 2400 mm
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
Fuel Gauge Digital
Low Battery Indicator
Pass Light
Battery Type YTZ4V (MF)
Capacity 3.0 Ah
Voltage 12 V
Head Light Full LED head light
Tail Light LED tail light cluster
Turn Signal Light (Front) Crystal
Turn Signal Light (Rear) Crystal
Position Lamp
Pillion Footrest
Electric Start
Engine Kill Switch
Pillion Grabrail
Miscellaneous Information
Rake 26 degree
Trail 88 mm

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Yamaha M-SLAZ Review

09 Jul, 2017 04:05 PM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

Yamaha recently launched the much talked street fighter of the year, M-Slaz 150 in Thailand. The M-Slaz 150 comes with its whole new identity and shares a few bits with the current generation of Yamaha R15. The motorcycle uses all the latest technologies available in the street 150cc segment and comes with an attractive price tag.

Design and Style

The naked street fighter gets an oddly shaped, attractive front fascia with lower positioned headlight and a separate pilot headlamp. The side profile gets a sharp ideal naked styled fuel tank and 5x2 spoke alloy wheels. The rear end side view is a bit similar to the R15 and ends into a totally different LED tail light. The exhaust design has been purely carried over from the R15, with its golden USD forks presenting a different story than all the other parts painted in serious shades. The early ending tyre hugger is a welcome move over the fully covering unit on the Yamaha R15.

Dimensions and Weight

The motorcycle measures 1955mm in length, 795mm in width and 1065mm in height. It comes with a wheelbase of 1350mm and gets a ground clearance of 164mm. The bike weighs 135 kg with all the fluids and comes with a 10.2 liter fuel tank.

Instrument Console

The super bike style, full LED back-lit compact instrument console not just only saves the weight but even provide all the required values with more more accuracy than the traditional needle type consoles. All the signals are placed over the screen which displays speedometer reading to the right and tachometer reading to the left. Below comes the clock, odometer and trip-meter readings with the digital fuel gauge at the extreme right.

Engine and Gearbox

The engine on the new M-Slaz is the same trusted and tried 149cc, liquid cooled and fuel injected unit producing 16.09 Bhp @ 8500 rpm and 14.3 NM @ 7500 rpm of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox and performs the same as the one on the Yamaha R15. The deltabox frame being used is also the same as that being used under the R15.

Brakes and Suspension

The braking on both front and rear uses disc brakes of undisclosed sizes whereas the lack of ABS has been confirmed. The bike uses a USD front suspension whereas the rear suspension is swing arm type. The front type measures 110/70-17 whereas the rear is a 130/70-17 unit.

Shades and Expected Price

The M-Slaz 150 is being offered in 4 shades namely Black, Red, Silver with Green inserts and Blue with White inserts. The same is being offered for 89,500 Thai Baht (converted value INR 1,66,300). The M-Slaz is a potential product for the Indian market but for keeping the cost low, Yamaha would have to plan the same as a locally built bike to reduce the price to a better value of around INR 1.10-1.20 lakh. That may lead to a few changes in the bike including the new console, USD forks and newly adapted switchgear.


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Questions and Answers

Most Popular Answers for Yamaha M-SLAZ
What is the expected launch date of Yamaha M-Slaz?
29 December 2022 06:09
Yamaha M-Slaz has made it to Thailand market at TBH 89,500 which goes around Rs. 1.66 lakhs. As of there is no official release date about its launch in India. But we can expect it to be launched during the festive season.  In India we can expect it to be priced around Rs. 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom).
What is the price of Yamaha M-Slaz in Nepal?
29 December 2022 06:04
Yamaha M-Slaz is currently not available in Nepal. It has been launched in Thailand and will soon make it's way into India, further being imported to Nepal via this route. The motorcycle is actually a naked version of Yamaha R15 and you can even call it as the advanced version of R15 on which the new R15 version 3.0 can be based. M-Slaz is powered by the same 1-cylinder 150 cc, liquid cooled and fuel injected motor.
Is it possile to buy Yamaha M-Slaz from Thailand to India???
29 December 2022 06:00
You can contact your nearest Yamaha dealer for more information as it is possible for importing a motorcycle from different country is the same is not available in the native country. The only problem will be high import duties, which may make the M-Slaz cost more than the R3 sold in India. In Thailand, M-Slaz costs INR 1,66,300 when converted to Indian rupee. That will again attract 220 percent CBU import duty, costing more than a R3.

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Gaibu Ali Sikandar Nabiwale
7 years ago

Sir yamaha M Slaz bikes when is going to launch in india..becoz I liked that bike to mach I'll be buy this bike if it is launched...plz Sir tell me when is launching in india....thanks

Pronay Paul
7 years ago

I am waiting to launch M Slaz in India. i think it will be launch mid of 2k17

Sarath Kumar
7 years ago

will M-Slaz launch in INDIA? At least in march 2017 ,Many are waiting for this bike for more than an a year. YAMAHA INDIA at least you guys should tell whether you will launch it or not. Don't make your customer to wait.!!

Santosh kumar
7 years ago

I am waiting to launching Yamaha M slaz 150 cc bike in India, because i like this bike and it has nice model and design

7 years ago

As per data ..a yamaha xabre aka m slaz has been imported to india from indonesia itself ...might be for testing purpose on indian roads ...this gives a little hope for all the peeps w8ing to buy m slaz

7 years ago

Will this bike really gonna launch in India, if so please update with the launch date.

7 years ago

Is this really going to be launched in India? Please give more updates on launch date.

Deepak Yadav
7 years ago

The indian model which is going to launch that should be provided by the same USD fork suspention because its the land mark of this bike and i think because of this i am going to buy this and its looks attractive..so that suspention should be USD FORK..KINDLy not change..u can improve it but we want USD FORK.

Deepak Yadav
7 years ago

When it will be launch in india the holding bar at the rear seat should be there bcoz without it. It will be discomfort for the second person. I want to buy this but if they did not provide the holding bar then i will think for honda also bcoz also use bike for my family purpose also so that that is neccesary to provide comfort and safety to the second person who will sit behind me.

7 years ago

I am waiting for this bike eagerly. I don't believe in reliability when it comes to Indian manufacturers, Japanese and European manufacturers recalls their vehicle if there is a problem, Indian manufacturers would never do that. Its good Yamaha still concentrates on smaller displacement motorcycles because I believe a car is more safer so wouldn't spend anything above 2 lakhs on a motorcycle. I had a pulsar 220 2013 model for 2 years and I have to say problems with rear brake and engine heating problems were persistent, the service center don't even understand what you are saying they just think you are young and you don't know how to ride. It was a bad idea going for 21ps under 1lakh its cheap obviously the quality will be cheap as well. I am abroad now and as soon as I get back I thought I will get R15 but now I changed my mind I will get this one when I come back. I know KTM has a closer price tag to R15 but people who had used both will say R15 is the best in terms of its engine cooling during long rides and handling capabilities. I am a non stop rider when it comes to long trip, I know what happens to the engine oil and how bike feels after 5 hours, this would be a good bike to ride in the city and for long touring. Bring it on YAMAHA

8 years ago

Again 150cc engine too much annoying YAMAHA bring at least 250cc

8 years ago

I've no doubt on Yamaha's built quality but their service chain is not that great (at least where I'm from). Now on the bike, nearly 17BHP @ 8500 RPM is NOT a powerful engine. Yes, I agree Bajaj is never known for reliability, but the NS200 is chunking out 25BHP for God's sake ! The thing with Honda & Yamaha nowadays is to tweak one engine a bit and roll it out as something new (same trick Bajaj used to pull before they tied up with KTM). Another thing that seriously get on my nerves (with Honda / Yamaha) is the custom (and feeble) battery (3-4Ah !!) they employ. Why not use 7-9Ah ?! What good will come out of a feeble battery on rides with no kick-starter ? No wonder, many are opting Bajaj products (even after their products are NEVER known for reliability !). When will Honda / Yamaha will learn !? It is not like they do not have money / resource in their RnD division !

Rajdeep Singh
8 years ago

The M-Slaz is an excellent option for those who have to go for R15 instead of an FZ-S because they need a liquid cooled and better performing engine. No more compromises for the naked category.

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