Yamaha XSR155 Highlights
After Thai Yamaha Motor has released a new model The first time in the world in Thailand that this car is unique Designed by Thai people Made in Thailand And importantly, shipped for sale worldwide It can be said that creating a good response, that is, the Yamaha XSR155.
The XSR155 follows Yamaha’s 'Sport Heritage' design similar to the XSR 700 and XSR 900 that are available in international markets. It gets a tear-drop shaped tank, a round full-LED headlamp and full-LED tail lamp along a single-piece seat that adds to its old-school charm.
Furthermore, the XSR155 sports headlamp brackets, a redesigned sump guard and a redesigned exhaust plate that has a pore-like design inspired from retro motorcycles. The bike uses the same Delta box frame and 155 cc engine that does duty on the R15-V3 and the MT-15. This unit produces 19 bhp and 14.7 Nm and comes mated to a six-speed gearbox along with an assist and slipper clutch.
It rides on upside-down forks at the front along with a monoshock at the rear. Meanwhile, braking is done by disc brakes at both ends. However, the Indian-spec model will sport telescopic forks upfront and also get a single-channel ABS to assist in braking.
Yamaha has equipped the XSR155 with a single-pod instrument cluster that displays all vital information and gets a distinctive, semi-circle tachometer. The XSR155 is offered in four paint schemes- Premium Grey, White/Red Sports Heritage, Black Elegance and Green Wanderlust.
Length 2,000 mm.
Width 805 mm.
Height 1,080 mm.
Seat height 810 mm.
Wheelbase range 1,330 mm.
Turning circle 2,200 mm.
Total weight of liquid 134 kg.