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MT-15 Monster Energy Yamaha Moto GP Edition launched in India at INR 1,47,900

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Yamaha has launched a new MT-15 Monster Energy Yamaha Moto GP Edition in India. India Yamaha Motor Pvt. Ltd. has announced that the special edition motorcycle will come with a price tag of INR 1,47,900 ex-showroom, Delhi. The new Monster Energy Moto GP edition model makes its debut under the company’s ‘The Call of the Blue’ initiative. The brand also revealed that only limited stock of the special edition Yamaha will be available for sale in the Indian market. 

Yamaha MT-15 Monster Energy Moto GP Edition – Special Colourway

The Yamaha MT-15 Monster Energy Yamaha Moto GP Edition outlines the brand’s rich racing legacy. The motorcycle gets Yamaha Moto GP branding on the tank shrouds, the fuel tank and side panels. The primary colour of the bike is matte black and features Monster Energy graphics on the sides.

The motorcycle carries over the design language of MT-15, featuring a futuristic streetfighter design. The front face features a robotic design with twin-DRLs and a monocular projector headlamp. The motorcycle features a muscular fuel tank and scooped seats. The bike also gets a sleek tail section and an engine underbelly cowling. 

Yamaha MT-15 Monster Energy Moto GP Edition – Additional Colours and CYW (Customise Your Warrior)

The Yamaha MT-15 comes in colours such as Metallic Black, Dark Matte Blue and Ice Fluo Vermillion colour options. The brand also offers the MT-15 with CYW (Customise Your Warrior). Under CYW, customers can order the motorcycle in a choice of colours, including three body colours and four alloy wheel colour options. These colours include – Dark Matte Blue, Metallic Black and Ice Fluo on the body. The wheels come with Vermillion, Gold, Racing Blue and Neon Green option. Using CYW, customers can choose any combination of colours at the time of ordering the motorcycle.

Yamaha MT-15 Monster Energy Moto GP Edition – Engine Specifications

Powering the Yamaha MT-15 is the same 155 cc liquid-cooled SOHC, 4-valve engine with fuel injection. The engine produces a maximum output of 18.5 PS and 13.9 Nm of torque paired to a 6-speed transmission with assist and slipper clutch. The motor comes with Variable Valve Actuation (VVA) system optimising the balance between performance and efficiency. The bike gets a Delta box frame, Uni-level seat with a grab bar and a Negative LCD Instrument Cluster. 

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