Yamaha has launched the updated Bolt Cruiser motorcycle in its home country Japan, with few cosmetic updates for MY2021.
- Yamaha launched Bolt cruiser with a base price of JPY 1,045,000
- 2021 Bolt Cruiser gets a new metallic blue paint scheme
- Yamaha Bolt cruiser comes powered with a 941 cc V-twin SOHC engine
A few days ago, Yamaha has announced the launch of the 2021 bolt Cruiser in its home country Japan with few cosmetic updates, includes new alloys and paint options. 2021 Bolt Cruiser offered with a base price of 1,045,000 JPY, which converted into INR Rs 7.16 lakh. The bike is offered with a single variant called R-Spec and comes with a notable change in it. The bike previously offered entry-level variant with wire-spoke wheels has been discontinued now and the new variant gets a range of updated equipment with it.
The Updated Bolt Cruiser comes equipped with premium alloy wheels with a brushed metallic finish, a round headlight at the front, a compact instrument cluster, round tail light, a 13-liter fuel capacity, a dual-tone exhaust pipe, body-colored fenders, and a split styled seat. 2021 Bolt cruiser also gets a new metallic blue paint option, and the metallic black paint scheme has been carried over. The Bike built on a dual cradle frame and the suspension duties performed by 41 mm telescopic front forks, along with twin-gas charged shockers with an external reservoir finished in gold.
2021 Yamaha bolt Cruiser comes powered with a 941 cc V-Twin SOHC air-cooled engine which develops 53.2 HP of maximum power output at 5500 Rpm and 80 Nm of peak torque at 3000 Rpm. The powertrain comes paired with a 5-speed transmission gearbox system as standard and deliveries power to the rear wheel with belt drive similar to classic American cruisers. The bike braking is handled by 282 mm petal-type single disc brakes on both wheels along with single-channel ABS offered as standard, and the motorcycle weighs an immense 252 Kg.