Yamaha has officially unveiled the MT-15 Limited Edition model for the Thai markets with a price tag of THB 98,500 (INR 2.32 lakhs, approximate, direct conversion). The limited-edition version features new 'Teal Green' colour scheme along with 'Fluorescent Yellow' alloy wheels and golden USD front forks.
Apart from these cosmetic changes, the MT-15 Limited Edition continues to be powered by the same 155.1cc, fuel-injected, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine, which is further mated to a 6-speed gearbox. In comparison to the Thai-spec model, the India-spec model features conventional telescopic front forks to keep the costs under check.
Yamaha is expected to offer the MT-15 in the new 'Teal Green' colour scheme in the Indian market later this year. Please note that we will only be getting the new shade, not the USD forks. Here are the official photos of the new Yamaha MT-15 Limited Edition.
New Yamaha MT-15 Limited Edition Photos
Yamaha recently launched the BS6-compliant model of the MT-15 in the Indian market at a price tag of INR 1.39 lakhs (ex-showroom). Coming to the major changes imparted to the updated motorcycle, the BS6-compliant 155cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine is now capable of offering maximum power of 18.5HP @ 10,000 rpm and a peak torque of 13.9Nm @ 8,500 rpm.
Both the power and torque figures of the updated engine are now 0.8HP and 0.8Nm down respectively when compared to the 19.3HP of power and 14.7Nm of torque offered by the BS4 version. The engine remains mated to a 6-speed transmission.
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The brand has retained both the “Dark Matt Blue” and “Metallic Black” colour variants of the motorcycle while the BS6 Yamaha MT-15 is also available to the customers in an all-new ‘Ice Fluo Vermillion’ colour which features overall white body panels with orange alloy wheels setup.
Apart from this, the tail light of the updated motorcycle is now a bit sharper when compared to the BS4 version while the 2020 model features a wide radial tyre at the rear for extra-smooth handling on the Indian roads.
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