Yamaha hikes prices for Aerox 155, MT-15 and other models

    The most recent price bump ranges from Rs 500 to Rs 2000, depending on the two-wheeler you choose.

    Published On Jun 17, 2022 08:50:00 PM


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    Yamaha has increased the prices of select models in its India line-up. Its flagship scooter, the Aerox 155, which saw a price hike just last month, is again more expensive by Rs 2,000 – bringing the price up to Rs 1.39 lakh. 

    The disc-brake equipped versions of the Fascino and the RayZR Hybrid get a marginal Rs 500 price jump. The Fascino Hybrid now costs between Rs 83,630 and Rs 85,630, while the RayZR Hybrid will now cost between Rs 83,930 and Rs 87,930.

    Shifting our focus to motorcycles, the MT-15 has received a price hike of Rs 2,000. The MT-15’s price tags are now at Rs 1,61,900 for the black colour option and Rs 1,62,900 for the other colour options.

    The entire FZ range and the FZ-X have now gone up by Rs 1,000. The FZ-FI range now starts at Rs 1,12,700 and goes up to Rs 1,23,400. Meanwhile, the FZ-X now stands at Rs 1,31,400.

    The range-topping R15 V4 gets a minor hike of Rs 500 across all its variants, except for the 60th anniversary edition, whose price has now gone up by Rs 900. The R15 V4 range will now cost you between Rs 1,77,400 and Rs 1,88,800.

    Lately, many manufacturers have announced price hikes keeping in mind the current market and economic conditions.

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