Yamaha Motors officially unveiled the new entry-level motorcycle XSR125 from the XSR series in the European market.
- Yamaha officially revealed XSR125 and built on same MT-125 platform
- XSR currently available with three colour option
- Motorcycle comes paired with 124 cc liquid cooled SOHC engine
Yamaha today announced the debut of the XSR series entry-level motorcycle XSR125 in the European market. With XSR125, Yamaha expanded its 125-cc segment and likely to rival with segment king Honda CB125R in Europe. The motorcycle shares the same underpinnings with MT-125 and R125. The bike looks clean and has a good road presence, with distinctive riding on the streets. The Bike comes equipped with more hi-tech features and looks promising to deliver all-around performance. XSR125 features a retro styles design, which is in trend for a few years now and this could be the reason for the launch.
Yamaha XSR125 comes equipped with a retro circular headlamp, long flat single-seat, and rounded fuel tank, with rear grab rails. The bike features all-LED lighting from front to rear, LCD instrument cluster, it has a contrasting mix of a satin black background with an outer chrome finish. A little modern touch is also given all over the bike – aluminum brackets, roll seat, tuck, and painted mudguard with black, along with preeminent engine guard, which further enhances the rugged profile of XSR125. The XSR125 offered three color options – redline, impact yellow, and tech black.
Yamaha XSR125 comes powered with a 124cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled SOHC engine, which belts out 14.7 HP of maximum power output at 10,000 Rpm and 11.5 Nm of peak torque at 8,000 Rpm. The powertrain comes mated with a 6-speed transmission system. The engine is Euro-5 compliant and equipped with advanced variable valve actuation for ideal power and torque delivery. The bike rides on a 37 mm USD front forks and swingarm rear suspension system and built of a lightweight deltabox frame. The braking is handled by 267 mm disc at the front and 220 mm rear disc brakes. Although, it is unlikely that the bike coming to the Indian market, although the demand for Retro styles 125cc segment bike is comparatively high.