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Yamaha Bikes Price in Nepal

We all must have heard of Rajdoot and Escorts bike which were quite popular in the 90s in Nepal. These bikes have now have changed into a brand called Yamaha, a Japanese manufacturer of motorcycles, which has maintained a reputation to be one of the most trusted bikes in Nepal. Yamaha bikes were officially introduced in Nepal by MAW Enterprise’s (Yamaha Nepal) long back in 1975. With feature-loaded models and modern-technology adopted features, currently, Yamaha Nepal maintains a wide portfolio of 10 all-range Yamaha bikes in Nepal.

Yamaha bikes are fitted with patented Blue Core technology which ensures good engine refinement with higher fuel efficiency. For those who you don’t know, Yamaha R15 was the first bike that introduced racing culture in Nepal. It followed a fully-faired design and engine adopted from the racing beast R1. Among all of the Yamaha bikes, FZ and R1 are the most preferred Yamaha bikes in Nepal. Both of these bikes are equipped with Fuel Injection(FI) technology that not only enhances the performance of these bikes but also increases the fuel efficiency.

Yamaha Nepal has established its network for over 70 dealers all over Nepal with 3S(Sales, Service and Spare) facility. Besides, they have over 100 authorized service centers across the country so that the customers do not face the difficulty to service their bikes. In their wide variety of bikes, you might be wondering about which Yamaha bike fits into your requirements. So to help you out, we have gathered the list of Yamaha bikes price in Nepal and along with that, we have also provided the detailed description about each of them that might help you to make a better purchase decision.

Yamaha Bikes Price in Nepal


Yamaha YZF R3

Yamaha R3 is powered by a 321cc twin cylinder, liquid-cooled and fuel injected engine which can produce a maximum power of 42 BHP at 10750 RPM and a maximum torque of 29.6 Nm at 9000 RPM. The 6-speed gearbox helps the bike to get a top speed of 188 kmph while the bike reaches 0 to 100kmph in just about 6 seconds. The suspension duties of the bike are handled by telescopic front forks and a monoshock at the rear.

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The seat height of Yamaha R3 is different than other R series bikes as it offers 780mm while others have higher than usual seats. The bike consists of 14 liters of a fuel tank. Enhancing the safety measures in the bike, Dual channel Anti-lock Braking System(ABS) is marked as standard. The front of the bike gets a 298mm disc while the rear comes bolted with 220mm disc brakes.  The wheelbase of the vehicle is 1380mm and the ground clearance is 160mm.

Yamaha YZF R3 is the most worthy contender in the twin cylinder segment while its rivals are Kawasaki Ninja 300 and KTM RC 390. Built upon a parallel twin-cylinder engine, YZF R3 can produce 29.6 Nm of torque while the single cylindered engine of KTM RC 390 produces 36 Nm and Ninja has 27 Nm. KTM RC390 is still tough to beat as it is the fastest in the range but the Kawasaki Ninja 300 has earned the reputation of being reliable and refined built quality vehicle in the class.

Yamaha YZF R3 Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 321 cc
  • Mileage (city): 22 kmpl
  • Max Power: 42 BHP @10750 RPM
  • Max Torque: 29.6 [email protected] RPM
  • Top Speed: 188 kmph
  • No. of Gears: 6
  • Fuel tank capacity: 14 liters
  • Weight (Dry): 163 kg

Yamaha YZF R3 Price in Nepal: Rs. 8,95,900

Pros Cons
Best  powertrains No ABS
Good handling with high power in speed Bad tires (MRF Zapper S tires)
Comfortable long rides No slipper clutch

Yamaha Fazer 25

Yamaha Fazer 25… Let’s say it a touring version of Yamaha FZS 25 street. This bike is a sporty looking mini-faired sports bike sharing its underpinnings with the FZS 25. Fazer 25 has a relaxed 250cc engine which is a good option for someone looking for an easy ride and reliable touring motorcycle. The performance and dynamics of this bike are expected to be slightly inferior to the FZ 25 as the Fazer 25 weighs 6 kgs more. Talking about its competitors, Fazer 25 has to compete against Pulsar RS 200 and Yamaha FZ 25. Both of them have attractive looks and I would prefer them against the Fazer 25.

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Underneath the seat of Fazer 25 is powered by a single cylinder, 4-stroke, 2-valve, SOHC fuel injected 249cc smooth engine that pumps out a maximum power of 20.9 BHP at 8000 RPM and a peak torque of 20 NM at 6000 RPM that is more than enough for maneuvering through traffic in the city. It consists of a 5-speed manual gearbox transmission system that is improved from the older FZ 25 which was a bit clunky. It has TCI ignition system with 2 valves per cylinder and a stroke of 58mm.

One of the standout features of Fazer 25 is its mileage range. It delivers an average of 35+ kmpl which is more than enough for a 250cc bike. Similarly, its solid built quality, lightweight handling, Full LED lights and Digital instrument console explains the customer convenience level in the bike. But it lacks ABS option while its closest rival Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 offers optional 1-channel ABS. This bike is mated to 5-speed gearbox instead of the 6-speed gearbox which Yamaha should consider in the near future.

Yamaha Fazer 25 Key SpecificationsYamaha bikes 

  • Engine: Single Cylinder, 4-stroke, 2-Valve, SOHC
  • Displacement: 249cc
  • Mileage: 35+kmpl
  • Max Power: 9 BHP at 8000 RPM
  • Max Torque: 20 NM at 6000 RPM
  • No. of Gears: 5
  • Top Speed: 133kmph
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 14L
  • Kerb Weight: 154

Yamaha Fazer 25 Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,94,900

Pros Cons
Good mileage range No ABS
Solid build quality and lightweight Absence of the 6th gear
High torque for riding comfort No liquid cooling
Full LED headlamp and digital instrument console

Yamaha FZ 25

Yamaha FZ 25 is a naked street bike that carries the tag of the most affordable motorcycle in the quarter-liter segment in Nepal. Being a Yamaha by birth, it packs up the best quality components available in the motorcycle industry. Featuring a light-weighted and macho design, the Yamaha FZ 25 looks similar to other members of the FZ family. The mature riding style in this bike may not be suitable for those who love revving the bike hard but could impress audience which needs a bike with ample power and powerful presence.

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Yamaha FZ 25 is powered by a new air-cooled 249cc single cylinder fuel injected engine which pumps out 20.6 BHP at 8000 RPM power with 20Nm torque at 6000 RPM. The bike is light with a kerb weight of just 148 kgs. The fuel injected engine comes with 14 liters of the fuel tank that is claimed to return a mileage of 43 kmpl, which is quite impressive compared to its rivals.

Yamaha FZ25 claims an excellent mileage of 43 kmpl. All others around the segment are not even into the 40+ league as the maximum of them return close to 35 kmpl of mileage from their engines. This bike also offers good built quality, light weighted handling, and comfortable seat height. While the lack of ABS and 6th gear is something we would like to see improved in the updated version. The competitors of Yamaha FZ 25 are KTM 250 and other 250cc bikes but Yamaha FZ 25 is a budget naked sports bike.

Yamaha FZ 25 Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 249 cc
  • Mileage (city): 43 kmpl
  • Max Power: 20.6 BHP @ 8000rpm
  • Max Torque: 20Nm @ 6000rpm
  • Top Speed: 141 kmph
  • Brake: Dual Disc
  • No. of Gears: 5
  • Fuel tank capacity: 14 liters
  • Weight (Dry): 148 kg

Yamaha FZ 25 Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,58,900

Pros Cons
Excellent mileage No ABS
Good Build quality and lightweight Absence of 6th gear
Full LED Headlamp and digital console Absence of liquid cooling

Yamaha R15 V1.5

Which is your favorite sports bike of Nepal in the 150cc segment? Well, many of you may choose Yamaha R15. The huge tires, fully-faired design, and performance of the bike has made it famous with rising competition. In comparison to R15 version 1.0, the v2 has the all-new design for engine fairing, new design for alloy wheels, and split seats.

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Yamaha R15 is powered by a liquid-cooled 4-stroke mono-cylinder and SOHC engine displacing 149.8cc which is designed to pump out a power of 16.8 bhp at 8500 rpm with utmost torque production of 15 Nm available at 7500 rpm. This engine is equipped with a six-speed gearbox with one gear down and five gears up-shift pattern. The top speed of the bike is measured to be 130kmph while its dry weight is around 134 kgs. The major competitor of R15 is Suzuki Gixxer in the fully-faired version but there is no more competition between them.

Yamaha R15 features huge tires with a fully faired design which is the key feature of the bike. Similarly, its great mileage range with light-weighted and effective handling makes this bike very attractive. However, the design of R15 is not focused on pillion-comfort as the rear seating position is not comfortable. It also lacks ABS but the refinement and driving feel is truly unbeatable that is 3-4 seconds faster than most of the 150 cc bikes of Nepal.

Yamaha R15 Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 150 cc
  • Mileage (city): 42 kmpl
  • Max Power: 16 BHP @ 8500 RPM
  • Max Torque: 15 NM @ 7500 RPM
  • Top Speed: 130 kmph
  • No. of Gears: 5
  • Fuel tank capacity: 12 liters
  • Weight (Dry): 134 kg

Yamaha R15 Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,55,900

Pros Cons
Huge tires and fully-faired design Not focused on pillion-comfort
Good mileage Lack of ABS
Light-weighted and most efficient handling Not powerful headlight

Yamaha FZS FI V2

Yamaha introduced the FZS FI Version 2.0 back in 2014. Within a short span of time, this bike was able to gain a good popularity among its customers. With a multi-functioned instrument panel and Eco-indicator, this bike eases the driving mode providing excellent economic and powerful drive. Now, it’s 2018 and Yamaha are up again with a crucial update to the FZS FI; they have recently introduced the FZS FI V2.0 with Dual Disc Brakes and Armada Blue shade.

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The FZS FI V2.0 is powered by a single cylinder, 4-stroke, 2-valve, SOHC fuel injected 149cc engine that generates 13.2 BHP of power at 8000 RPM and 12.8 NM of torque at 6000 RPM. It has a 5-speed gearbox transmission system. It has a fuel tank capacity of 12 liters and the claimed mileage is around 40kmpl. The suspension duties are performed by telescopic forks up front and a monoshock at the rear. The Yamaha engine also comes with Blue Core technology in order to achieve higher fuel efficiency.

This bike offers good handling and braking. However, the v2.0 model power output is less than that of  v1. Lack of 6th gear and 4-stroke engine are something Yamaha should consider in the near future as they are available in R15 which features same 150cc engine. This bike features only electric starter which might result in difficulties to start when the battery is down. The major competitors of Yamaha FZS FI V2 are Suzuki Gixxer and Honda Hornet but FZS is definitely a finer machine and will provide a good value for money.

Yamaha FZS FI V2 Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 149 cc
  • Mileage (city): 58 kmpl
  • Max Power: 13.1 BHP @ 8000 RPM
  • Max Torque: 12.8 NM @ 6000 RPM
  • Top Speed: 107 kmph
  • No. of Gears: 5
  • Fuel tank capacity: 12 liters
  • Weight (Dry): 132 kg

Yamaha FZS FI Price in Nepal, Single Disc: Rs. 2,65,900

Other Variants:
  • Yamaha FZS FI Price in Nepal, Double Disc: Rs. 2,76,900
  • Yamaha FZS FI Price in Nepal, Special Limited Edition: Rs. 2,69,900
Pros Cons
Great fuel efficiency Reduced power output from v1
Refined engine with FI Lack of 6th gear
Good handling and braking Only electric starter

Yamaha FZ16 FI

This bike was launched back in 2014, and ever since it has been able to easily grab the attention of the riders because of its muscular design. Unlike other bikes in 150cc segment, FZ16 FI breathes a fresh air design and provides a macho and compact look at the same time. Yamaha FZ15 FI is a toned down version of FZ1. This bike has a scaled down engine capacity which was reduced to 149 cc (9.1 cu in) from 153 cc (9.3 cu in), resulting in less power and torque from the carburetted version. However, Yamaha claims that this bike has an enhanced performance with the new engine, which is fueled by the Fuel Injection (FI) system.

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The bike is powered by an air-cooled single-cylinder 149cc engine that churns out a max power of 13.2PS at 8,000rpm and a peak torque of 12.8Nm at 6,000rpm. The high-performance engine of this bike gives you a mileage of 45-50kmpl in highway and around 35-40kmpl on a daily usage. Alike the engine, the weight of this bike has also been reduced considerably to make it more responsive. It’s now 132 kg, which makes this bike easy to ride and maneuver around the roads of the city and beyond.

On the braking front, this back is equipped with a single disc brake and the rear is fitted with a drum brake. There is no ABS. However, the bike comes with radial wide tubeless tires that provide strong stopping power even at the high speed and around the sharp corners. Overall, the bike looks impressive with modern engine dynamics, muscular looks, and good build quality.

Yamaha FZ FI Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 149 cc
  • Mileage (city): 50 kmpl
  • Max Power: 13.2 BHP @ 8000 RPM
  • Max Torque: 12.8 NM @ 6000 RPM
  • Top Speed: 112 Kmph
  • No. of Gears: 5
  • Fuel tank capacity: 12 liters
  • Weight (Dry): 132 kg

Yamaha FZ FI Price in Nepal, Single Disc: Rs. 2,57,900

Pros Cons
Muscular design No ABS
Solid build quality Lack of 6th gear
Good mileage Lacks rear disc brake
Pleasent ride and handling

Yamaha SZ RR Core

Yamaha SZ RR… It is a detuned engine version of FZ but a perfect bike in the commuter segment. You might have already figured out yet that it is definitely not a typical college going 18-25-year-old bike but a practical vehicle with powertrains from a larger displacing engine that provides a decent fuel economy. In the 2018 update offering its patented Blue Core technology, Yamaha claims that this motorcycle is 11 percent more fuel efficient than its predecessor.

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This motorcycle is an entry-level motorcycle in 150cc segment with an intensely competitive space and edgy looks. It is powered by a single cylinder 153cc four-stroke single-cylinder SOHC engine which can produce up to 11.9 BHP at 7500 rpm and 12.8 Nm at 4500 rpm. Mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox, the motorcycle has been tuned for optimum performance churning out additional power in low to a mid-speed range. Suspension setup consists of telescopic front forks and twin shock setup at the rear while braking is taken care of by a front disc and rear drum. Its major competitors are Bajaj Pulsar 150 and other 150cc segment models.

Having said that it is a commuter bike, mileage must stand out and yes it does. It provides a great average of 50+ kmpl in city areas and much more in the highways. This bike provides a good riding comfort with best in class handling. But Yamaha has not yet considered about the analog instrument console yet. Similarly, the bike has a small rear tyre and back brakes lack some feedback. We expect this to be solved in the newer version of SZ RR.

Yamaha SZ RR Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 149 cc
  • Mileage (city): 50+ kmpl
  • Max Power: 11.90 BHP @ 7500 RPM
  • Max Torque: 12.8 NM @ 6000 RPM
  • Top Speed: 105kmph
  • No. of Gears: 5
  • Fuel tank capacity: 14 liters
  • Weight (Dry): 132 kg

Yamaha SZ RR Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,19,900

Pros Cons
Good riding comfort Analogue speedometer
Best in class handling Small rear tire size
Stylish looks and affordable price Back brake lacks some feedback

Yamaha Saluto

Yamaha Saluto is a mid-range commuter bike which offers Disc and Drum Brake variants. Offering a great mileage of around 60 kmpl, this bike is both light-weighted and economical. Being a commuter bike, the Yamaha Saluto 125 provides a very comfortable ride with its upright seating position and a normal design handlebar.

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Yamaha Saluto is powered by a single-cylinder 125cc air-cooled engine which is capable of producing 8.18 BHP at 7500 RPM and 10.1 Nm at 4500 RPM. The bike is transmitted through 4-speed manual gearbox. The motorcycle claims a top speed of 98 kmph. The bike consists of 7.6 liters of the fuel tank which could have been improved.

Yamaha Saluto is a cost-efficient bike and delivers great mileage. On the other hand, it consists of a light-weight body and comparatively smaller fuel tank compared to other commuter bikes. Its major competitor is Honda Shine which has a bigger fuel tank of 11 liters.

Yamaha Saluto Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 125 cc
  • Mileage (city): 60 kmpl
  • Max Power: 8.18 BHP @ 7500 RPM
  • Max Torque: 10.1 NM @ 4500 RPM
  • Top Speed: 98 kmph
  • No. of Gears: 4
  • Fuel tank capacity: 7.6 liters
  • Weight (Dry): 113 kg

Yamaha Saluto Price in Nepal, Disc: Rs. 1,89,900

Pros Cons
Cost efficiency Light weighted body
Great mileage Small fuel tank

Yamaha Bikes Price in Nepal
Yamaha Bike Models Price
Yamaha YZF R3 Rs. 895900
Yamaha Fazer 25 Rs. 394900
Yamaha FZ 25 Rs. 358900
Yamaha R15 V1.5 Rs. 354900
Yamaha FZS FI Double Disc Rs. 276900
Yamaha FZS FI (Limited) Rs. 269900
Yamaha FZS FI Rs. 265900
Yamaha FZ16 FI Rs. 257900
Yamaha SZ RR Core Rs. 219900
Yamaha Saluto Disc Rs. 189900

Where to buy Yamaha Bikes in Nepal?

MAW Enterprises is the official distributor of Yamaha bikes in Nepal. The corporate office of Yamaha Division and its first Yamaha Bike Station (YBS), both are located in Tripureshwor, Kathmandu. YBS has a showroom, service workshop, and a spares i.e. 3S outlet all under the same roof.

Yamaha Nepal has also extended its network across the country to ease their customers. If you are looking to buy a new Yamaha bike, then check this link where you can detail of all the Yamaha dealers in Nepal.


Have your say

Among the above-mentioned list of Yamaha bikes price in Nepal, the bike that I would prefer to buy is the YZF R3 because it is one of the best value for money bikes that Yamaha has to offer. Yamaha seems much focused on cost efficiency and after-sales service on its bikes which is attracting many Nepalese customers. However, in most of the bikes of Yamaha, ABS is missing while the competitors are a level-up because of it. This is something Yamaha should improve in the near future.

Yamaha has the wide range of all-range bikes in Nepal consisting from commuter to higher range sports bike. Among this list of Yamaha bikes price in Nepal, which bike would you consider buying and what makes it fit your requirements? Also, what do you think Yamaha should improve in their newer models so that it can increase its market share ratio in Nepal? Have your say in the comment section below.


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