For 2023 in Europe, Yamaha's incredibly popular XSR line's smallest model has been updated. The XSR125 receives three new funky colour options as part of the model year update, greatly enhancing its aesthetic appeal.
The fuel tank and side panels feature straightforward graphics in each of the three paint schemes, which are all lively and youthful. The most elegant of these is the Yamaha Blue colour, which has gold alloy wheels. Impact Yellow and Heritage White trims are present.
Mechanically speaking, the Yamaha XSR125 is the same as the previous version. The motorcycle's 125cc liquid-cooled engine generates 14.8 horsepower at 10,000 rpm and 11.5 torque at 8000 rpm.
The same engine powers both the MT125 and R125. It has a diamond-shaped frame, 17-inch alloy wheels, and a mono-shock for suspension. A single disc is used for braking on both ends of the Yamaha XSR125.
As much as the XSR125 would be welcome in India. Yamaha doesn't seem to have any immediate plans to do this.