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Yamaha MT 15 v.2 launch date in India

Updated  MT-15 V 2.0, Launch Date Revealed

These will be the first motorcycles in the Indian market to comply with the new norms

Yamaha MT 15 v.2  has launched the updated FZ-X and FZ-S FI V4, head here for more details. The 2023 iteration of the  MT 15 V2 have  been launched with new features as well.

MT 15 v.2

The Yamaha MT-15 V2.0 update finally has a date, and that is the 13th of F…ebruary. Hehe!  The updated R15 V4 and the FZ-X will accompany it. We’ve received an invite from the Japanese marque. One that says ‘A New Chapter Unfolding’, which likely points towards the updation of its bike range. With it, the bikes are all set to comply with the OBD 2 norms . A new regulation will enforce changes starting from April 1, 2023. According to the guidelines, vehicles must comply with emissions standards in real-time, rather than solely in laboratory conditions.

MT 15 v.2

The MotoGP Edition models of the YZF-R15M and the MT-15 V2.0 feature a special livery. Which will adorn the tank extensions, the fuel tank, and the side panels. On the other hand, the Ray ZR 125 Fi Hybrid gets the special livery on the whole bodywork. The Aerox 155 will also get a Monster Energy MotoGP Edition model very soon and will get the special livery over the whole bodywork like the Ray ZR 125 Fi Hybrid. Yamaha used to offer MotoGP Editions for all the three products earlier, but the only difference now is that the liveries are updated for 2023, along with increase in prices. The 2023 MotoGP Editions of all three two-wheelers have a price Rs 1,500 higher than their respective standard color variants.

Yamaha  MT 15 v.2 is readying its BS6.2-compliant bikes, with the first one of them being the popular MT-15 V2. This sport naked received a big makeover last year; and with the addition of the necessary bits for the upcoming emission norms, Yamaha is trying to ensure there’s a very little waiting period for the buyers.

Primarily, the BS6.2 norms kick into effect from April 1, 2023, and each two-wheeler manufacturer will have to gear up for the same. While the engine department doesn’t require significant changes, the OBD sensor (Onboard Diagnostic) will enable owners to monitor a wider range of parameters.

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