While talking about the good performance of bikes on race tracks, the word “Yamaha” comes right on our minds foremost. We have heard about the performance of Yamaha’s many times in news and reports. It’s quite clear that Yamaha manufactures its models with the latest technologies. Here are the possible reasons for why should Yamaha R3 should be a worthy for a wait.
1. Quality and Design
Yamaha never compromise in quality to build any model of bikes. Premium look of Yamaha is the whole combination of best body components. Yamaha R3 comes with USD forks in front for better handling, kind of a new generation models. The all-new all-digital console on the new R3 features a rectangular display with digital tachometer, gear shift indicator, position indicator, and all other required values. The old version came with a split screen and analogue tachometer that felt aged in front of the Yamaha R15 V3’s console. Also, it comes in two different colors i.e. Icon Blue and Midnight Black.
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The new generation Yamaha R3 is powered by huge 321cc, parallel-twin engine that is able to produce maximum output power of 42 HP at 10,750 rpm and 29.6 Nm of peak torque at 9,000 rpm. Also, R3 is the top-class super sports bikes of its own. Yet, 2021 R3 is the best option to a rider for daily use or on tracks for racing. R3 also has a competitor like Benelli 302R and Ninja 300.
The global price of the new generation R3 is at $ 7899 and expected to be launched in India at INR 3.70 lakhs (Ex-showroom). Actually, it was about to be on market by December 2020 but due to the pandemic, time has lengthened a bit for its launch. Also, Yamaha R3 BS6 is heard on February 2021 on India.
The Yamaha YZF-R3 starts at Rs. 10,00,000 in Nepal plus tax with minimum bargaining and seldom price drops.