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3/5

27 Ratings

10 Reviews

5 star

37%

4 star

11%

3 star

0%

2 star

15%

1 star

37%

₹ 4,65,260
Avg. Ex-Showroom price

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

2

Visual Appeal


3

Reliability


2

Comfort


2

Service Experience


1

Value for Money

Reviews on YZF-R3

  • Most Helpful (10)
  • Most Recent (10)
  • Critical (6)
  • Positive (2)
  • Overpriced af

    23 weeks ago


    Praveen

    Yamaha management is mocking Indian bikers smh. 4.6L for a 300cc bike is ridiculous even if it is CBU. They are just selling off the leftover stock from the global market here. I would urge all Indian buyers to refrain from purchasing these overpriced bikes and teach them a lesson. There are far better bikes in this price range.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    1

    Visual Appeal


    1

    Reliability


    1

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    44


    6


  • Highly Overpriced for a 300cc segment

    22 weeks ago


    Shubdeep Singh Dadial

    I did ride the Yamaha R3 before, These guys launched with almost everything the same but they truly lost their customers with the pricing literally mocking indian customers, Instead one should go for Aprillia Kawasaki Honda with more power & features at the same price.. loosers Yamaha. Truly an unexpected pricing.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    1

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Tips for other riders

    Do Not buy a over priced old fashioned bike

    Was this review helpful?

    39


    4


  • Yamaha YZF-R3

    23 weeks ago


    Mohammed Jaffar

    Very much overpriced for this spec machinery. Only USD forks have been updated, add another 2laks to your budget and get super sports or inline 4 for yourself. Any good second-hand bike on the same budget. Yamaha loses customers only Because of its overpricing. In the same price range, you can get a Benelli Kawasaki or Honda inline 4s.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    3-6 months

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Buy something els

    Was this review helpful?

    35


    5


  • Yamaha YZF-R3

    22 weeks ago


    Kabilan S

    Yamaha selling this bike with the remaining pcs in India, 2024 Yamaha just added a TFT speedometer, quick shifter, and new colors & its advertisement is like a new generation bike (exactly like mt15), don't think indians are fools, far better Italian brand Aprilia rs 457 is value for money, waste product r3.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    1

    Visual Appeal


    3

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    21


    4


  • Expensive now !!!

    23 weeks ago


    Dhruv Singh

    I never owned this bike. My brother's friend bought this back in 2018 (3.90 lakh On-road). I have ridden this bike a lot. Since there isn't much difference in engine so thought to write a review. And I tell you what, the power delivery is super creamy with butter smooth gearbox and the exhaust note is eargasmic with that twin cylinder. The power sometimes scared me when revved hard but once you get used to it wouldn't be much of a problem. The brakes are good. It doesn't have much of features but honestly, who cares about features, they usually don't use it most of the time. Engine heats in city traffic but it's not unbearable. However, even after 5 years, it never broke down as the servicing is done 2 to 3 times a year. Bhaiya has kept it maintained till now and it only has a few scratches on the fairing but still, the engine condition is as good as new. R3 has been one of my favorite bikes but they launched it in 2023 and in our city, On-road price is 5.30 lakhs. It has become super expensive. A few tips for maintaining a bike, Use 10w50 fully synthetic engine oil (if highway ride is more).

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    2

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Leisure Rides

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    10


    9

  • Overpriced af

    23 weeks ago


    Praveen

    Yamaha management is mocking Indian bikers smh. 4.6L for a 300cc bike is ridiculous even if it is CBU. They are just selling off the leftover stock from the global market here. I would urge all Indian buyers to refrain from purchasing these overpriced bikes and teach them a lesson. There are far better bikes in this price range.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    1

    Visual Appeal


    1

    Reliability


    1

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    44


    6


  • Highly Overpriced for a 300cc segment

    22 weeks ago


    Shubdeep Singh Dadial

    I did ride the Yamaha R3 before, These guys launched with almost everything the same but they truly lost their customers with the pricing literally mocking indian customers, Instead one should go for Aprillia Kawasaki Honda with more power & features at the same price.. loosers Yamaha. Truly an unexpected pricing.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    1

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Tips for other riders

    Do Not buy a over priced old fashioned bike

    Was this review helpful?

    39


    4


  • Yamaha YZF-R3

    23 weeks ago


    Mohammed Jaffar

    Very much overpriced for this spec machinery. Only USD forks have been updated, add another 2laks to your budget and get super sports or inline 4 for yourself. Any good second-hand bike on the same budget. Yamaha loses customers only Because of its overpricing. In the same price range, you can get a Benelli Kawasaki or Honda inline 4s.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    3-6 months

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Buy something els

    Was this review helpful?

    35


    5


  • Yamaha YZF-R3

    22 weeks ago


    Kabilan S

    Yamaha selling this bike with the remaining pcs in India, 2024 Yamaha just added a TFT speedometer, quick shifter, and new colors & its advertisement is like a new generation bike (exactly like mt15), don't think indians are fools, far better Italian brand Aprilia rs 457 is value for money, waste product r3.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    1

    Visual Appeal


    3

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    21


    4


  • Expensive now !!!

    23 weeks ago


    Dhruv Singh

    I never owned this bike. My brother's friend bought this back in 2018 (3.90 lakh On-road). I have ridden this bike a lot. Since there isn't much difference in engine so thought to write a review. And I tell you what, the power delivery is super creamy with butter smooth gearbox and the exhaust note is eargasmic with that twin cylinder. The power sometimes scared me when revved hard but once you get used to it wouldn't be much of a problem. The brakes are good. It doesn't have much of features but honestly, who cares about features, they usually don't use it most of the time. Engine heats in city traffic but it's not unbearable. However, even after 5 years, it never broke down as the servicing is done 2 to 3 times a year. Bhaiya has kept it maintained till now and it only has a few scratches on the fairing but still, the engine condition is as good as new. R3 has been one of my favorite bikes but they launched it in 2023 and in our city, On-road price is 5.30 lakhs. It has become super expensive. A few tips for maintaining a bike, Use 10w50 fully synthetic engine oil (if highway ride is more).

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    2

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Leisure Rides

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    10


    9

  • Overpriced af

    23 weeks ago


    Praveen

    Yamaha management is mocking Indian bikers smh. 4.6L for a 300cc bike is ridiculous even if it is CBU. They are just selling off the leftover stock from the global market here. I would urge all Indian buyers to refrain from purchasing these overpriced bikes and teach them a lesson. There are far better bikes in this price range.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    1

    Visual Appeal


    1

    Reliability


    1

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    44


    6


  • Highly Overpriced for a 300cc segment

    22 weeks ago


    Shubdeep Singh Dadial

    I did ride the Yamaha R3 before, These guys launched with almost everything the same but they truly lost their customers with the pricing literally mocking indian customers, Instead one should go for Aprillia Kawasaki Honda with more power & features at the same price.. loosers Yamaha. Truly an unexpected pricing.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    1

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Tips for other riders

    Do Not buy a over priced old fashioned bike

    Was this review helpful?

    39


    4


  • Yamaha YZF-R3

    23 weeks ago


    Mohammed Jaffar

    Very much overpriced for this spec machinery. Only USD forks have been updated, add another 2laks to your budget and get super sports or inline 4 for yourself. Any good second-hand bike on the same budget. Yamaha loses customers only Because of its overpricing. In the same price range, you can get a Benelli Kawasaki or Honda inline 4s.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    3-6 months

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Buy something els

    Was this review helpful?

    35


    5


  • Yamaha YZF-R3

    22 weeks ago


    Kabilan S

    Yamaha selling this bike with the remaining pcs in India, 2024 Yamaha just added a TFT speedometer, quick shifter, and new colors & its advertisement is like a new generation bike (exactly like mt15), don't think indians are fools, far better Italian brand Aprilia rs 457 is value for money, waste product r3.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    1

    Visual Appeal


    3

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    21


    4


  • Expensive now !!!

    23 weeks ago


    Dhruv Singh

    I never owned this bike. My brother's friend bought this back in 2018 (3.90 lakh On-road). I have ridden this bike a lot. Since there isn't much difference in engine so thought to write a review. And I tell you what, the power delivery is super creamy with butter smooth gearbox and the exhaust note is eargasmic with that twin cylinder. The power sometimes scared me when revved hard but once you get used to it wouldn't be much of a problem. The brakes are good. It doesn't have much of features but honestly, who cares about features, they usually don't use it most of the time. Engine heats in city traffic but it's not unbearable. However, even after 5 years, it never broke down as the servicing is done 2 to 3 times a year. Bhaiya has kept it maintained till now and it only has a few scratches on the fairing but still, the engine condition is as good as new. R3 has been one of my favorite bikes but they launched it in 2023 and in our city, On-road price is 5.30 lakhs. It has become super expensive. A few tips for maintaining a bike, Use 10w50 fully synthetic engine oil (if highway ride is more).

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    2

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Leisure Rides

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    10


    9

  • Overpriced af

    23 weeks ago


    Praveen

    Yamaha management is mocking Indian bikers smh. 4.6L for a 300cc bike is ridiculous even if it is CBU. They are just selling off the leftover stock from the global market here. I would urge all Indian buyers to refrain from purchasing these overpriced bikes and teach them a lesson. There are far better bikes in this price range.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    1

    Visual Appeal


    1

    Reliability


    1

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    44


    6


  • Highly Overpriced for a 300cc segment

    22 weeks ago


    Shubdeep Singh Dadial

    I did ride the Yamaha R3 before, These guys launched with almost everything the same but they truly lost their customers with the pricing literally mocking indian customers, Instead one should go for Aprillia Kawasaki Honda with more power & features at the same price.. loosers Yamaha. Truly an unexpected pricing.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    1

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Tips for other riders

    Do Not buy a over priced old fashioned bike

    Was this review helpful?

    39


    4


  • Yamaha YZF-R3

    23 weeks ago


    Mohammed Jaffar

    Very much overpriced for this spec machinery. Only USD forks have been updated, add another 2laks to your budget and get super sports or inline 4 for yourself. Any good second-hand bike on the same budget. Yamaha loses customers only Because of its overpricing. In the same price range, you can get a Benelli Kawasaki or Honda inline 4s.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    3-6 months

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Buy something els

    Was this review helpful?

    35


    5


  • Yamaha YZF-R3

    22 weeks ago


    Kabilan S

    Yamaha selling this bike with the remaining pcs in India, 2024 Yamaha just added a TFT speedometer, quick shifter, and new colors & its advertisement is like a new generation bike (exactly like mt15), don't think indians are fools, far better Italian brand Aprilia rs 457 is value for money, waste product r3.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    1

    Visual Appeal


    3

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    1

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    21


    4


  • Expensive now !!!

    23 weeks ago


    Dhruv Singh

    I never owned this bike. My brother's friend bought this back in 2018 (3.90 lakh On-road). I have ridden this bike a lot. Since there isn't much difference in engine so thought to write a review. And I tell you what, the power delivery is super creamy with butter smooth gearbox and the exhaust note is eargasmic with that twin cylinder. The power sometimes scared me when revved hard but once you get used to it wouldn't be much of a problem. The brakes are good. It doesn't have much of features but honestly, who cares about features, they usually don't use it most of the time. Engine heats in city traffic but it's not unbearable. However, even after 5 years, it never broke down as the servicing is done 2 to 3 times a year. Bhaiya has kept it maintained till now and it only has a few scratches on the fairing but still, the engine condition is as good as new. R3 has been one of my favorite bikes but they launched it in 2023 and in our city, On-road price is 5.30 lakhs. It has become super expensive. A few tips for maintaining a bike, Use 10w50 fully synthetic engine oil (if highway ride is more).

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    3

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    2

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Leisure Rides

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    10


    9

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3/5

27 Ratings

10 Reviews

5 star

37%

4 star

11%

3 star

0%

2 star

15%

1 star

37%

₹ 4,65,260
Avg. Ex-Showroom price

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