Japanese bike manufacturer launched Yamaha XSR 125 in European markets based on MT-125 and R125 platforms with modern features, specifications, and a classic retro look.
Yamaha XSR 125 Highlights
- High-tech LED headlights and tail lights
- Circular LCD instrument cluster
- Tuck and roll seat
- 37mm USD front forks and swingarm rear suspension
- Based on Yamaha MT-125 and R125 platform
- The best EU5-compliant engine with 125 cc displacement in its class
- Puristic and timeless XSR style
- Stylish block pattern tyres
- Premium features
Design and Features
Yamaha XSR 125 stylish Retro bike comes with a circular headlamp, single flat seat, and rounded fuel tank design. This modern Retro bike has a Full LED Setup. 2021 Yamaha XSR125 has a circular LCD instrument cluster, aluminum brackets, tuck and roll seat, and painted mudguards. This Retro bike looks pretty much premium in a contrasting mix of a satin black background with outer chrome surround.
Engine and Specification
Yamaha XSR125 powered by 124cc liquid-cooled SOHC engine that generates max power of 14.7bhp at 10,000 rpm and max torque of 11.5 Nm at 8,000 rpm. It comes with 6-speed transmission, 160 mm ground clearance, 11 litres fuel tank capacity, and 140 kg weight.
In Yamaha XSR125, used strong lightweight Deltabox frame and it has 37mm USD front forks and swingarm rear suspension. In terms of braking XSR125 has 67mm front and 220mm rear discs.
Price and Color
Color options of Yamaha XSR125 have Redline, Impact Yellow, and Tech Black. The nifty-looking decals on the fuel tank in contrasting shade enhance the bike’s sporty profile. If Yamaha XSR125 would come to India its price will be approx rs 1,20,000 to 1,30,000.
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Will Yamaha XSR 125 come to India?
In India, People love 125cc motorcycles. We know that KTM 125 Duke has been very popular & hit bikes, recently Bajaj launch its NS125. Yamaha XSR 125 as of now not coming yet but in the future might be possible to come to India. Yamaha working on FZ-X it would be launch very soon in the Indian Markert.