Yamaha YBR 110

Yamaha YBR 110


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₹ 46,465
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Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant Yamaha YBR 110
Availability Status in India Discontinued
2-Wheeler Type Commuter
Latest Price in India Yamaha YBR 110 price was Rs 46,465 before being discontinued.
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Red and Black, Gold and Black
Official Tagline Mazbooti Aisi Ki Chalti Jaye
Engine Details Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC
Fuel System Carburettor
Cooling Air Cooling
Engine cc (Displacement) 106 cc
Maximum Power 7.5 Bhp @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque 7.9 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Lubrication Wet sump
Compression Ratio 9.00:1
Bore 49 mm
Stroke 56 mm
Cylinder Layout Single cylinder
Number of Gears 4
Clutch Multiple wet type
Gear Ratios 1st=3.000, 2nd=1.688, 3rd:=1.200, 4th=0.875
Primary Reduction Ratio 3.722
Secondary Reduction Ratio 3.214
Mileage 60-70 kmpl (approx.)
Front Brake 130mm Drum
Rear Brake 130mm Drum
Front Tyre 2.75 X 18" 4PR
Rear Tyre 3.00 X 18" 6PR
Wheel Type Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
0-60 kmph 9.50 secs
Front Suspension Telescopic
Rear Suspension Swing Arm
Frame (Chassis) Double cradle type-Tubular
Overall Length 2040 mm
Overall Width 715 mm
Overall Height 1095 mm
Ground Clearance 185 mm
Seat Height 780 mm
Wheelbase 1285 mm
Kerb Weight 126 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 13 litres
Speedometer Analogue
Fuel Gauge Analogue
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 5Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light 12 V, 35/35W
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Miscellaneous Information
Caster 26.4 degree
Trail 91 mm

Yamaha YBR 110 Review

21 Dec, 2021 05:41 PM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

The failure of bikes like Alba and Libero resulted into the invention of Yamaha YBR 110. This is a premium entry level bike from Yamaha which tries to find its spot in a segment which is completely dominated by Hero and Bajaj. Does this bike have the potential to challenge the already established players? Let's find out. If it's about appearance then you can say Yamaha YBR 110 is blended version of its discontinued predecessors, Alba and Libero. YBR 110 is pretty much inspired from these both bikes. The bike is almost an exact copy of Alba from sideways. It features the same side panels, up-swept silencer with chrome heat shield and stretched seat.

However, it features new fuel tank which is quite simple in terms of designing and sports new graphics. The bike also features a new Multi reflector headlight and small size orange colored side indicators. It comes with a standard tinted visor and body colored cowl which looks neither stylish nor boring. Its front fender has some noticeable lines on it and forms a good image with its silver finished alloy wheels and telescopic forks. At the back, it features a black finished carrier integrated grab rail which is not much attractive. Its rear fender has a reflector light, side indicators and number plate on it which is placed just below its bland tail light.

Yamaha YBR 110 has twin circular pods in its instrument console. It's completely analogue and carries a speedometer and odometer in one dial while the other one features an analogue fuel gauge and other indicators. Electric start is a standard feature in this bike and Yamaha has also incorporated this bike with a premium feature like an Engine kill switch. The same 106cc engine which can also be seen in Yamaha Crux has been used in YBR 110. This 4-stroke, SOHC engine generates a power output of 7.5 Bhp at 7500 rpm. The maximum torque output of this air-cooled engine is 7.8 Nm which is accessible at 6000 rpm. Similar to Crux, this bike is also equipped with a four speed manual gearbox.

Undoubtedly, this bike isn't better than its rivals in terms of acceleration and performance. Technically, this bike may have similar specifications to its rivals but its additional weight and delayed torque arrival makes the difference. Yamaha YBR 110 is noticeably slow initially and that's quite evident in its city performance. In city traffic, it needs frequent gear shifts to maintain the momentum. The throttle response is also not as instant as Bajaj Discover. In order to improve its fuel economy, Yamaha has kept its gear ratios taller which puts it on the slower side. It takes almost 9.5 seconds to reach the speed of 60km/hr from standstill. The performance of this bike improves only after the speed of 50km/hr. Its heavyweight contributes to its poor power to weight ratio which also restricts it from crossing the top speed of 90km/hr.

Gear transitions are certainly smoother than Discover. Its engine is also not much noisy but can't go pass the quality standard maintained by the Hero bikes. Looking at its weight, Yamaha should have enhanced the power output of this engine as in city as well as on highways, YBR 110 breathes hard for power. Mileage figures are not impressive either. It may give you a fuel economy of around 60 km/ltr in city conditions while on highways it can give you a mileage of around 62-66km/ltr. Yamaha YBR110 has been designed for commuters and it gets clear as soon as you get on to this bike. It's upward placed handle bar and front set foot pegs are perfect for daily usage. Your knees just fold around its fuel tank while your feet rest comfortably on its foot pegs. Its seat also offers nice under thigh support which is very useful on long journeys. The plastic quality of the buttons used on its handlebar is better than many of its competitor's. Its engine kill switch is really convenient to use as you don't have to turn off your keys every time on traffic signals.

The bike comes with under seat storage space and rear carrier. Saree guard is a standard part of this bike and its other safety features include pass button and powerful headlight. Suspension system of this bike has been specially tuned for our Indian road conditions. It comes fitted with telescopic forks at its front and coil spring with swing arm at the back. YBR 110 has drum brakes of 130mm on its both wheels. Yamaha YBR 110 has a wheelbase of 1285mm which is far better than many of its rivals. Thanks to its extended wheelbase and extra weight, this bike is more stable and grounded than others. The handling is also light and enjoyable but the suspension quality is not up to the mark. On our Indian roads, most of the potholes can easily make this bike unstable. With a pillion rider, things get worse. The suspension of this bike should have been better as it degrades its ride quality. However, the bike gets a good hold of roads around corners and at high speeds which is badly missed in most of the commuter bikes.

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Most Popular Answers for Yamaha YBR 110
What is the difference between Yamaha YBR 110 & YBR 125?
29 December 2022 05:49
The difference between YBR 110 and YBR 125 is in the engines both the bikes are having and their specific power outputs. The YBR 110 is a smaller engine bike(106 cc) with 7.5 BHP and 7.9 NM of torque whereas the YBR 125 is a 123 cc bike with a output of 10.7 BHP and 10.4 NM of torque. The styling in both the bikes also differ as both belong to a different segment. 125 comes with a better and aggressive design, with its extended tank cowl for better design whereas the YBR 110 comes with a simple fuel tank design. There are many other minor changes like body panel stickers and exhaust chrome design. YBR 110 can be brought for INR 46,465 whereas the YBR 125 can be bought for INR 50,846.

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Kartikeswar Senapati | 6 months ago
helpful 1

I purchased it around 11 years back. Though they claim 60-65 km mileage, I never got more than 50. Presently it is giving less than 30. It has run around 33000 km. But showroom people say, compression has become weak, and bore pistons are to be changed. Can it happen in 33000 km run? In the service center, there is so much rush that it is not possible to get the bike serviced within 7 days. Because of which, I have to depend on out side mechanics, who do not have sufficient knowledge.

Best Features: Maintenance cost is less

Pros: It is maintenance free bike. In last 11 years, I have hardly spent anything towards its maintenance.

Cons: Mileage is very poor. They claim 60, but I never got more than 45-50. Presently it is giving less than 30. Running is 33000 kms.

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Yamaha YBR 110 Comments

User Comments
Kartikeswar Senapati
7 months ago

My YAMAHA IBR 110 has run 33000 km in last 11 years. Mileage is less than 30. showroom people say, bore piston is to be changed. I can't believe this to happen in just 33000 km. Secondly, the fuel meter is showing full always. Already changed the sensor and also spent 600 on repairing it. But problem remains. Showroom people say complete meter set costing around 1500 is to be changed. Can any one suggest a solution?

5 years ago

I think this website supports honda bikes. Not only this website many websites supporting honda bikes. Before saying honda bikes are good ride a Yamaha bike. Then you know about Yamaha. In this you said ybr 110 can't cross 90kmph. I crossed 90+ kmph with and without pillion. And then this website said that this bike need frequent gear shifts. But actually it is wrong. It's starts on all gear and can move this bike on all gears from standstill. And this bike has durable engine than other bikes.

mandeep singh
11 years ago

best buy in entry level segment for bikes...bajaj and TVS bikes life in 3-5years, but I am sure this bike is long last long.

Vindeshwar Kori
11 years ago

Hi, Whats the Current Performance of your bike . I am Considering Yamaha YBR 125, SS125 and Honda Shine 125. Can you tell me, which would be the best, in terms of Mileage, Maintenance .. for Now and in future say after 3-6 Years, which bike will give me more mileage and less maintenance??? plz. reply fast.

arafath hasan
11 years ago

very nice and powerful bike, i like very much

saravanan chandran
12 years ago

I have purchased a YAMAHA YBR110 (Black & Red) recently. It's colour,style and performance are so good. Thanks YAMAHA for launching a middle range superb bike.

12 years ago

Hello YAMAHA...........  I have bought a YAMAHA YBR.... This is one of the best bike by Yamaha.

shriram patil
12 years ago

Yes!!! This is great bike as consider to cost and reliability on Indian road, and promise of quality of YAMAHA, compared to third class bajaj platina and honda cd dawn tvs star sport.

hasan zaman
12 years ago


ankit kumar sharma912
13 years ago

Yamaha... Bike launch hi kyun karta hai.. Jab usko koi thik se kharidta hi nahi hai.... Sari faaltoo..bike hai ...damned YAMAHA...!

Briju Kailash
13 years ago

It is veeeeeeeery simple!!!

Kevin Johns
13 years ago

I am expecting a competetive model for Honda Twister...

angel patel
13 years ago

wow wat a bike...i think mah bf should buy this..

bike lover
13 years ago

YAMAHA is spoiling its image by introducing such bikes.

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