Is Yamaha MT 15 No. 1 bike in India?

In the Indian market, the Yamaha MT15 has achieved great success. But not everyone is able to ride a motorcycle with that level of dedication to their riding position. The MT-15 enters the picture at this point. Although it is designed to perform city duties rather than track days, it has the same foundations. The MT-15 is a streetfighter, whereas the R15 is a sports bike.
The Yamaha MT-15's design style is derived from the more strong MT motorcycle lineup. It comes with a projector headlamp and two LED daytime running lamps. There's a slender rear section and a powerful fuel tank. The brand also offers coloured alloy wheels, depending on the variant. The motorcycle's streetfighter appearance is further enhanced by the golden finish on the front forks. Instead of the box swingarm that was previously offered, Yamaha now uses a Deltabox frame with an aluminium swingarm. It has 17-inch alloy wheels and a seat height of 810 mm.
Engine and Gearbox
The 155 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine powers the Yamaha MT-15. It produces a maximum torque of 14.1 Nm at 7,500 rpm and 18.14 bhp at 10,000 rpm. It has a slip-and-assist clutch and is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Additionally, the engine has Variable Valve Actuation, which makes sure that the power circulates equally across the rev range.
With its small size and lightweight structure, the Yamaha MT-15 provides the rider with a responsive and agile handling experience. It is the ideal vehicle for handling winding roads and commuting through urban traffic. Additionally, the bike acquires a comfortable and upright riding position.
In terms of features, the MT-15 comes with a digital instrument cluster that supports Bluetooth connectivity via the Y-connect mobile application. Other than this, there is a dual-channel anti-lock braking system and a side-stand engine kill function. Yamaha also offers traction control, which cuts off the power when it detects that the tyres are slipping.

The motorcycle has a monoshock at the back and 37 mm upside-down forks up front. There is a 220 mm disc brake at the back and a 282 mm disc brake up front that handle braking.
It has three variants: Standard, Deluxe and MotoGP Edition. There are six colours available: Dark Matte Blue, Metallic Black, Cyan Storm, Ice Fluo-Vermillion, Racing Blue, and Monster Energy MotoGP Edition.
  • It's lightweight and easy to ride.
  • USD splits.
  • Motor that is adjustable.
  • ABS with no dual channels.
  • Design that breaks opinion.
The Yamaha MT-15 is priced between Rs 1.67 lakh and Rs 1.73 lakh (ex-showroom price).

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