India Yamaha Motors has updated its entire scooter range with unified braking system (UBS) which is just another term for CBS. Along with this system, the Japanese maker has also equipped its scooters with maintenance free batteries.
Yamaha is working on a new electric bike platform which is likely to be ready in the next few years. This new platform will spawn a few electric bikes which is being made for India as well as for the rest of the world.
Yamaha has finally launched its three-wheeled motorcycle, the Niken in United Kingdom. Priced at £13,499 (Rs 12.27 lakhs), the Niken is £5100 (Rs 4.67 lakhs) more expensive than the MT-07, the bike that Niken is based on.
The prototype of one of the highly anticipated adventure bikes has been spotted testing in Europe. First unveiled as the T7 concept, which later went on to become the Tenere 700 World Raid prototype, this Yamaha adventure bike is expected to be ready for the world in the next few months.
Honda has finally launched the Activa 5G in the Indian market with pricing starting at Rs 52,460. It faces direct competition from the TVS Jupiter and the Yamaha Fascino in the 110cc scooter market. We see how the updated Activa fares against its biggest rivals.
Yamaha believes there’s a huge market for three-wheeled motorcycles. So after launching the Tricity commuter in 2014, it went on to showcase another leaning multi-wheeler (LMW) concept, the Niken. And looks like, the company isn’t just stopping there.