Yamaha YZF – R1 India Review

Yamaha YZF – R1 India Review

The New Yamaha R1 is regarded as most safely and glamorous.  Mind blowingly glamorous with its excellent fit and finish, alluminium casting , this bikes looks amazing. On road this Yamaha R1 looks fabulous and outstanding, just two hands on the bars and ready to rock. The bike excels holding its line. The new Yamaha R1 might be sluggish on corners. Comfortable for tall riders , Yamaha r1 has the exceptional stability on top speeds regardless of ponderous wheel base. The all new Yamaha is ready to amaze you on road and track.

This kind of sports bike segment is not popular in India due to its odd names and prices. We many of our Indian peoples are quite satisfied with the national bikes segment, due to its price and service.  Top end Indian bike models like Yamaha r15, Pulsar 220, Hero Honda Karizma or Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme are fine for indian roads but also in fuel economy. Fuel Economy is key element in Bike production in India.

Coming to the topic the Yamaha r1 is a beast machine and also beast in price. The Fuel economy of Yamaha R1 is about 18-20 KMPL.

With Staring price of above 10 lacs, you can get a above mid range car for that price, well the Honda Civic, Tata Safari etc.. But still these bikes are quite famous in Indian youth, many dream or discuss about these bikes. Thanks to the India Customs of over 100% drifts the dream of youth more further away. This machine comes with 998cc machine with dual front disc brakes and single rear disc brakes.

KlematisExhaust gasses exit via a futuristic looking muffler, with cutting-edge styling features.

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Exhaust gasses exit via a futuristic looking muffler, with cutting-edge styling features.
KlematisThe cross-plane crankshaft has its pistons arranged 90 degrees apart from each other.

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Exhaust gasses exit via a futuristic looking muffler, with cutting-edge styling features.

Klematis

Exhaust gasses exit via a futuristic looking muffler, with cutting-edge styling features.

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3 Responses to “Yamaha YZF – R1 India Review”

  1. February 17, 2012 at 3:24 pm #

    how much new r1 cost(black)
    ?

  2. October 9, 2012 at 9:17 pm #

    your going to drop it sooner or later (no dpseesirct intended, thats what you do when your learning to ride !) and the plastics and decals on that thing are gonna cost a fortune to replace, you can pick up a jap import 250rr with low km’s for about 4 grand (in SYD anyway) and by the time youv’e got your full licence it’s gonna be way too slow for you and you’ll be upgrading. Buy second hand on the 250 and save up towards the R6 or whatever it is that will come after it !

  3. October 9, 2012 at 11:19 pm #

    A 4-stroke 250cc MC gets about 65mpg. How much would you have to pay for a hybrid car to get that kind of miaglee. I have the Verucci LF250. It does not fly uphill but you guys always go downhill anyway. It is a great starter/commuter bike. Think of all the fuel taxes you wont have to pay. It like coasting on the Tollways.

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