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The R15 is very much still a handling delight!
The Indian model gets a standard suspension fork.
The riding position is now more committed.
Still a compact riding position for tall riders.
Large windscreen is one of the best we've seen at this price.
Gills on the tank are inspired by the bigger R1.
Large mirrors offer a clear view and are easy to use.
Striking tail section one of the best angles to behold.
The new R15 features sharp styling inspired by the R1 and R6.
The R15 finally boasts a fully proportionate design.
Trademark Yamaha blue and black scheme looks fantastic.
Knurled metal footpegs are grippy.
Clip-ons have been placed lower for a more sporty position.
Slim bi-LED headlamps flank a large, but fake air intake.
Digital display is new, but we miss the analogue tachometer.
One of the most revered names in the Indian market.
140-section rear tyre is the fattest yet on an R15.
Rider seat is spacious, pillion perch still quite high up.
Switchgear mostly shared with FZ25. Quality is decent, but not great.
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