Yamaha XSR155 Detailed Image Gallery

Modified On Aug 18, 2019 By Benjamin Noel Gracias for Yamaha XSR155

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Yamaha's new retro motorcycle decoded via detailed images

 

Yamaha XSR155 Image Gallery

Yamaha has launched the XSR155 in Thailand. This new neo-retro bike is based on the Yamaha MT-15 and promises similar performance in a cooler package. Here's what you need to know about the XSR155

Also read: Yamaha MT-15: Road Test Review

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In terms of styling, the XSR155 is similar to the larger XSR900 and XSR700 and gets the same circular headlamp and neo-retro roadster stance. 

Yamaha XSR155 Image Gallery

The new XSR155 has a narrow profile thanks to a slim fuel tank and narrow seat. It gets wide handlebars though. 

Yamaha XSR155 Image Gallery

The teardrop-shaped fuel tank can hold 10 litres of fuel. It gets two-tone plastics and a tank-mounted ignition switch. 

 Yamaha XSR155 Image Gallery

The seat has a flat profile and gets a ribbed finish. Seat height at 810mm is similar to the MT-15. 

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The old-school round headlamp gets modern LED lighting. It gets an inbuilt LED DRL as well. 

Yamaha XSR155 Image Gallery

The unique-looking minimalist round headlamp gets LED lighting. However, the turn indicators are bulb-type units. 

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The circular instrument console gets all-digital readout. This minimalist unit includes a speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and gear position indicator. 

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The XSR155 shares its liquid-cooled 155cc motor with the MT-15 and R15 V3.0. It makes 19.3PS and 14.7Nm. This motor comes with a 6-speed gearbox and a slipper clutch.

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The XSR155 gets a deltabox frame, upside down forks and monoshock. It gets disc brakes at both ends. 

Yamaha XSR155 Image Gallery

While the 17-inch alloy wheels and tyre sizes are similar to the MT-15, the XSR155 gets dual-purpose tyres. 

Yamaha XSR155 Image Gallery

The XSR155 is only available in Thailand for now and is priced at 91,500 baht there. There is a possibility that Yamaha India could launch the bike here next year at the 2020 Auto Expo. If launched we expect the bike to come in a BS6 compliant state of tune and be priced around Rs 1.4 lakh (ex-showroom).

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