New Delhi: Japanese two-wheeler major Yamaha launched its new commuter segment motorcycle -- YBR 110 on 13 April, in the Indian market, priced at Rs41,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
“We have been studying the entry level market and wanted to launch a new bike at an affordable price that would give satisfactory mileage... We are confident that we will replicate the success of our premium segment bikes with the launch of all new YBR 110 in entry level space,” India Yamaha Motor chief executive officer and MD Yukimine Tsuji said in a statement.
The 4-stroke YBR 110 comes with a 106 cc engine and has 4-speed gearbox, it added.
The company currently sells three products in the mass segment -- Crux, Alba and G5. While Crux comes for Rs34,990, Alba and G5 are priced at Rs41,000 and Rs43,380, respectively.
The company’s current product portfolio includes high-end bikes -- VMAX, MT01 and YZF-R1. It also sells Fazer, FZ-S, FZ16, YZF-R15 and Gladiator in the premium and executive segments.
India Yamaha Motor currently has two manufacturing facilities at Surajpur in Uttar Pradesh and Faridabad in Haryana which produce motorcycles for both domestic and export markets.