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2024 Yamaha R15 & FZ motorcycles launched in new avatar

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Yamaha has launched the MY2024 Yamaha R15 and FZ motorcycles in the Indian market. In its new avatar, the R15 comes with three new colours. In the FZ series, the FZ-S Version 4.0 Deluxe comes with three colours as well. The FZ-S Version 3.0 and the FZ FI comes with a new colour as well. The FZ-X is not left behind and that too gets a new colour option.

2024 Yamaha R15 – New Colours and Price

The Yamaha R15 gets a new Vivid Magenta Metallic colour option with a price tag of INR 1.87 lakh ex-showroom. The brand also revealed that the new Vivid Magenta Metallic Yamaha R15 will be available exclusively through Yamaha’s Blue Square outlets. The Vivid Magenta Metallic colour features Matte Grey body work with Magenta and Blue graphics along with Magenta alloy wheels.

Along with the new Vivid Magenta Metallic, the brand is also introducing cosmetic upgrades to the Racing Blue colour option and the Metallic Red colour option. This includes upgrades to the colour tones as well as sportier graphics on both the colours for 2024. The Racing Blue colour options comes with a price tag of INR 1.87 lakh ex-showroom as well. The Red Metallic colour option on the R15 comes at the price of INR 1.82 lakh ex-showroom.

2024 Yamaha FZ-S Version 3.0 and Version 4.0 Deluxe – New Colours and Price

The Yamaha FZ-S Version 3.0 comes with a new Matte Grey colour option at the price of INR 1.22 lakh ex-showroom. The FZ-S Version 4.0 Deluxe comes in three colours Racing Blue, Matte Black and Majesty Red. All the three colour options on the FZ-S Version 4.0 Deluxe are available at INR 1.30 lakh ex-showroom.

2024 Yamaha FZ-FI and FZ-X – Colours and Price

The FZ FI model also gets a new Matte Cyan colour priced at INR 1.16 lakh ex-showroom. The 2024 Yamaha FZ-X comes with a new Matte Titan colour option priced at INR 1.37 lakh ex-showroom.

The new colour options will strengthen Yamaha’s existing motorcycle portfolio refreshing it for the new year. However, no mechanical changes to the equipment is seen.

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