Yamaha MT 15 (Special Edition – BS VI)
The Yamaha MT 15 is powered by 155cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 18. 23 bhp and a torque of 13. 9 Nm.
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The Yamaha MT 15 is powered by 155cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 18.23 bhp and a torque of 13.9 Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, Yamaha MT 15 comes up with anti-locking braking system. This MT 15 bike weighs 138 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 10 liters. The MT-15 is a naked streetbike from Yamaha that is based on the company’s MT series. The MT-15 shares most of its underpinnings with its fully-faired sibling, the YZF R15 V3.0.
It features a transformer-style front fairing with an LED projector headlamp, sculpted tank with tank extensions, a wide handlebar and a petite tail section. For 2020, Yamaha is offering a new white paint scheme which comes with orange wheels alongside the metallic black and dark matte blue colours. Yamaha has launched the new Monster Energy MotoGP edition of the MT 15 in the Indian market. This edition carries a premium of about Rs Rs 2,000 over the already available special-edition trim of the bike.
The changes to the Yamaha MT15 Monster Energy Edition are only limited to cosmetic upgrades. The motorcycle features subtle MotoGP cosmetic treatment that includes a black paint scheme along with Monster Energy branding on the fuel tank and logo on tank extensions. The motorcycle also gets a BS6-compliant version of the 155cc, single-cylinder engine that produces 18.2bhp of power at 10,000rpm; 0.2bhp lesser than the 2020 YZF-R15 V3 which also uses the same motor. Furthermore, it also gets a side-stand engine inhibitor.
Besides this, the MT-15 remains the same and comes equipped with telescopic forks up front and a monoshock at the rear mounted on to a box-type swingarm. For braking, the motorcycle employs disc brakes at both ends but with only single-channel ABS for the front. In terms of competition, the Yamaha Mt-15 goes up against the KTM 125 Duke in India.