All new 2020 Yamaha YZF R3 launch is to take place in December. Ever since the Yamaha R3 made its appearance back in 2015, these bikes have become increasingly popular with beginners, commuters and lightweight track day riders alike. The latest version will be flaunting impressive design upgrades and advanced equipment for dedicated riders as the manufacturers have worked towards a smooth transition.
Mechanically, the motorcycle remains the same as earlier but a new avatar will make its debut with an improved styling, a suspension upgrade, revised ergonomics and completely new digital instrument console.
For 2020, the brand is arriving with a sharper, sleeker styling with the right amount of creases, cuts and muscles over the body and it gets its power from a 321 cc parallel-twin cylinder engine which develops 41bhp at 10,750 rpm and a peak torque of 29.6 Nm at 9000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The weight of the motorcycle is around 368-pound which is easy to handle, and nothing happens too fast. Yamaha R3 measures 2090 mm in length, 720mm in width and 1135 mm in height. The wheelbase measures 1380 mm.
The bike now gets two new paint schemes- icon blue and midnight black. At the foremost part, the riders will get split LED tail lamps circumscribing the large faux air dam on the cowl. The side apron has also get refreshed, making it a bit tidy looking. The fuel tank as well has heightened and that with the low-placed clip one will offer a riding position that will act as a stalwart.
Internationally, the suspension update setup features front inverted forks and a rear mono unit for improved balance and comfort but the Indian version of R3 will be continuing with telescopic forks up front and a swingarm with mono-shock at the back. Single disc brakes at both ends with dual-channel ABS will come as conventional where the safety feature is a mandate. The top- speed of the Yamaha YZF R3 is 188kmph.
Yamaha India used to sell the R3 in India till a few years ago, but it was discontinued due to poor sales and therefore it needs to price it competitively so that it congregate more recognition and surveillance. The old Yamaha R3 was accessible at a range of Rs 3.49 lakh (ex-showroom). It’s a bitter competitor, Kawasaki Ninja 300, arrives with a reduced amount of Rs 50,000.
With all of the above improvisation and updates incorporating the BS-6 compliant engine, we are anticipating the cost of 2020 Yamaha R3 to increase up to Rs 3.7 lakhs ( ex-showroom). The bikers are definitely in the hope and contemplating that though it will be one of the priciest bikes but the most amusing to ride motorcycles. Now it’s time for the twin-cylinder sports bike to beat in the Indian market. However, compared to other bikes in its class, it is considered finely tuned and sufficient.
Utsha Roy is an aspiring writer who has been gaining knowledge on various genres. Delving into the different cars and gadget news, she has also engaged herself into showcasing latest vehicles and gadgets news and reviews over Autonmobiles.com
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