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Yamaha Bikes Price in Nepal

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On September 28, 2019
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Yamaha has a wide range of all-range bikes in Nepal consisting of 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.

MAW Enterprises is the authorized distributor of Yamaha motorcycles in Nepal. Right now, Yamaha sells over 15 motorcycles which mostly includes from a mid-performance to a high-performance bike. Today, we’re going to list out all the Yamaha bikes price in Nepal along with their key specifications.

Yamaha is very popular for introducing the latest which technology has to offer. For example, Fuel-Injection (FI) Engine is the next generation of motorcycle engine that improves performance and mileage. Despite the pros out winning the cons, brands like Bajaj, Suzuki, TVS, among others are still reluctant, offering only carburetor engine. However, Yamaha is the only brand that includes FI-engines in most of their products. That too at an affordable price! So, enough praising Yamaha for their innovations, let’s start with the list of Yamaha bikes price in Nepal!

Yamaha Bikes in Nepal Price
Yamaha YZF R3 Rs. 9.24.900
Yamaha R15 V3 Rs. 4.31.900
Yamaha R15 V3 ABS Rs. 4.59.900
Yamaha MT-15 Rs. 4.24.900
Yamaha Fazer 25 Rs. 4.14.900
Yamaha XTZ 125 Rs. 3.99.900
Yamaha FZ 25 Rs. 3.89.900
Yamaha FZ 25 ABS Rs. 4.29.900
Yamaha FZS FI Rs. 2.79.900
Yamaha FZS FI (Limited) Rs. 2.82.900
Yamaha FZS FI (Dual Disc) Rs. 2.95.900
Yamaha FZS FI v3.0 (ABS) Rs. 3.18.900
Yamaha FZ FI Rs. 2.70.900
Yamaha SZ-RR SE Rs. 2.34.900
Yamaha SZ-RR Core Rs. 2.30.900
Yamaha Saluto (UBS – Disc) Rs. 2.07.900
Yamaha Saluto (UBS -Drum) Rs. 2.01.900

Yamaha Bikes Price in Nepal

Yamaha YZF R3

Meet the holy grail of the Yamaha line up: Yamaha R3. Inspired by the legendary Yamaha R1, the overall design and aesthetics remain true to its DNA. Powered by a 321cc twin-cylinder engine, you get a liquid-cooled and fuel-injected engine. Performance is off the charts with a max power of 42BHP at 10750rpm and a max torque of 29.6Nm at 9000rpm.

Furthermore, you get a 6-speed gearbox with a claimed top speed of 188kmph. Unfortunately, the suspension falls short in comparison. You only get telescopic front forks and a monoshock at the rear which is laughable at best. Imagine an expensive sports bike, and you don’t even get a USD suspension?

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Please keep in mind that R3 is currently available in the 2018 variant. Saying that you are going to see a resemblance between the new R15 v3 and R3. Like all the motorcycles in the world, it has its pros and cons. Issues like Telescopic Suspension, Halogen Headlamps, NO Deltabox, NO ABS and the list goes on. Although, Yamaha has addressed some issues and updated the design on the 2019 variant. Even the 2019 variant didn’t address all the issues in its entirety. So, I would recommend waiting until Yamaha solves everything. However, that might take a while.

Instead of waiting, you can browse through the others on the list or even check out the competition like KTM.

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: 188kmph
  • No. of Gears: 6
  • Fuel tank capacity: 14 liters
  • Weight (Dry): 163 kg

Yamaha YZF R3 Price in Nepal: Rs. 9,24,900

Pros Cons
Best powertrains No ABS
Excellent handling in high speeds No slipper clutch

Yamaha R15 v3.0 (ABS)

Yamaha R15 needs no introduction. For most of us, it was our dream to ride someday. Derived from the legendary R1, it introduced fully-faired motorcycle to the masses. So, how successful was Yamaha R15? Well, Yamaha has recently launched the R15 Version 3. Improving on things that its predecessor Version 2 failed like comfortable seats, racing design among others. Looks can be deceiving. Even though it might look like a bike that came straight out of a racing track, it is a mere 150cc engine. But there is no comparison with the level of engine refinement, performance, and the exhaust note, it has to offer.

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Hot Damn! This bike looks visually pleasing in comparison to other bikes in the segment. This time around, Yamaha got most of the things right. You get a fantastic design, LED lights everywhere, comfortable pillion seat, and the performance—all of which are top-notch! As for the bad parts, it comes with a stiffer suspension and the most ridiculous of them all NO ABS! If the bike was priced as much as this one does, it should include the ABS and then some more. It wouldn’t be fair to call this a value for money given its marked price, but it kind of really is

Yamaha R15 v3.0 Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement.: 155.1 cc
  • Maximum Power: 19.04 Bhp @ 10000rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 14.7 Nm @ 8500rpm
  • Mileage: 40-45 kmpl
  • Transmission: 6-Speed
  • Braking: Dual Disc with Dual-Channel ABS
  • Wheels Type: Alloy wheels
  • Fuel Tank: 11 liters
  • Kerb Weight: 139kg

Yamaha R15 v3 Price in Nepal: Rs. 4,31,900

Yamaha R15 v3 Price in Nepal (ABS): Rs. 4,59,900

Pros Cons
Amazing Design Only Suitable for City Roads
Excellent Mileage for a Performance Bike Stiffer Suspension
Good Handling Even While Corning

Yamaha MT-15

I have never seen a naked sports bike as beautiful as this one, apart from the obvious Yamaha R15 v3.0. Basically, Yamaha MT-15 comes from the “Dark Side of Japan” line up, it is very different from something Yamaha has ever launched!

Yamaha MT-15 is powered by a 155cc liquid-cooled, 4-valve, 4storke, single-cylinder engine. Mated to the six-speed gearbox, it generates a max power of 19.30HP at 10,000rpm and a max torque 14.7Nm at 8,500rpm.

SEE ALSO: KTM Bikes Price in Nepal

Compared to the R15 v3.0, it misses out on Dual-Channel ABS, Upside Down forks and Fully Aluminum Swing Arm. Maybe because of that, it is priced slightly less than the R15 v3.0. On the bright side, the sitting position is more upright, making it more comfortable to ride! As for the price, the Yamaha MT-15 price has been set at Rs. 4,24,900.

Personally, I think the pricing is good, considering it comes from “the dark side of Japan”, however, some seem to disagree. Yes, your argument is valid, this is expensive despite the lacking some features. But you have to understand, it’s a first-entry from Yamaha’s new line up… Well, you should’ve seen this coming.

Taking all that into account, even I thought the pricing would be somewhere around 5 Lakhs. Luckily, it has been launched for much less. But, if you really want a Dual-Channel ABS, Aluminum Swing Arm, and USD forks, just choose the R15 v3.0.

I don’t think that complaining about it now, is going to be much help. My advice would be to choose the one the best that meets your standard.

Yamaha MT-15 Key Specifications

  • Engine: 155.1 cc 4-stroke, single-cylinder, SOHC, 4-valve FI-engine
  • Maximum Power: 19.30 Bhp @ 10000rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 14.7 Nm @ 8500rpm
  • Mileage: 40-45 kmpl
  • Transmission: 6-Speed
  • Top Speed: 130Km/h
  • Front Brake: 282mm Single Disc (Single-Channel ABS)
  • Rear Brake: 220mm Single Disc
  • Wheels Type: Alloy wheels
  • Ground Clearance: 155mm
  • Fuel Tank: 10 liters
  • Kerb Weight: 138Kg

Yamaha MT-15 Price in Nepal: Rs. 4,24,900

Pros Cons
Amazing design Only suitable for city roads
Excellent performance bike Stiffer suspension
Good handling No Dual-Channel ABS; USD Fork; and Aluminum Swing Arm!

What’s the difference between Yamaha MT-15 and Yamaha R15?

Let’s start with the obvious difference, the looks. With Yamaha R15, you get a more of a traditionally sports bike. Whereas, with Yamaha MT-15, you get a naked-sports version. In terms of design, none can beat Yamaha, as both come with exceptionally great design. Moreover, you will truly appreciate the design in person.

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There are a few other differences. You will notice a difference in terms of seating position and suspension. In comparison, Yamaha MT-15 is a more up-right position with softer suspension setup, making it perfect for city riding. On the other hand, you only get a single-channel ABS, which is kind of disappointment. But the disappointment continues. You don’t get fully Aluminum Swing Arm nor USD forks.

If you ask me, I would totally recommend you to go for Yamaha R15 v3.0 over the Yamaha MT-15. While both offer bang for your buck, R15 v3.0 comes relatively on top in terms of styling, performance, and features.

Yamaha Fazer 25

Yamaha Fazer 25 is powered by a single-cylinder SOHC FI engine with 249cc displacement. It will generate a max power of 20.9 BHP and max torque of 20 Nm. Furthermore, it gets standard features including a 5-Speed Gearbox, LED Lights, Informative Instrument Cluster, aerodynamic front cowl, dual horn, comfortable seats, and much more. However, in comparison to the naked variant, Fazer 25’s weight falls under the heavier side. 6Kg doesn’t make it much of a difference, but it does when it comes to mileage and maneuvering.

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Imagine the faired version of the FZ25 and you get Yamaha Fazer 25. So, is the difference just visual? Nope. You do get slight variations and tweaks, here and there. This includes improved gearbox shifting and better aerodynamics. Although, the faring kind of looks chunky and out of place. So, some love it, and some don’t. While you do get a good motorcycle, excellent engine, and Yamaha stamp of approval, there are few things stopping the FZ25 from getting a home run. Lack of sixth gear on a 250cc engine, stiffer suspension, and no ABS option makes it difficult for anybody to jump it.

SEE ALSO: Honda Bikes Price in Nepal

Yamaha Fazer 25 Key Specifications

  • 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. 4,14,900

Pros Cons
Decent mileage for 250cc bike No ABS option to choose from!
Solid Yamaha build quality Complete absence of the sixth Gear
Improved aerodynamics No liquid-cooling

Yamaha XTZ 125

XTZ 125 is powered by a 125cc air-cooled, SOHC engine. You will get 12.5PS of max power at 8000rpm and 11.6Nm Torque at 6500rpm. Moreover, you’ll get a decent 11 liters fuel tank for all your adventures. Features like 35W Bright White Halogen Lamps, 5-Step Adjustable Monoshock, Rugged Front Fork, and Front Disk come as standard.

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Being an adventure-oriented dirt bike, you can expect greater stability, comfortable riding position, precision handling, lightweight, high-level agility, and refined engine. All of which is a bare necessity for an adventure dirt bike. Although, one cannot deny the near level of similarities between the Honda XR and CRF series. But Yamaha XTZ is equipped with a slightly less powerful engine and costs less than the Honda. Maybe that was Yamaha’s end goal anyway.

Yamaha XTZ 125 Key Specifications

  • Displacement: 124 cc
  • Mileage: 50kmpl
  • Max Power: 12.5BHP @ 8000rpm
  • Torque: 11.6Nm @ 6500rpm
  • Top Speed: 110kmpl
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Fuel tank: 11L
  • Braking: Front Disc and Rear Drum
  • Kerb Weight(kg): 118kg

Yamaha XTZ 125 Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,99,900

Pros Cons
Lightweight and agile No ABS or traction control
Solid Yamaha build quality Outdated instrument cluster
Affordable than the competition

Yamaha FZ 25

Yamaha FZ 25 is the same as the Fazer minus the faired body. It might just be me, but FZ 25 reminds me a lot of the Apache RTR 200 4V. In terms of design and the overall outlook, Yamaha and TVS share that uncanny resemblance. Other than that, FZ 25 shares a lot with its siblings in terms of performance and overall specs. The only difference is that when compared to the design of Fazer 25, FZ 25 is slightly better.  Furthermore, the list of improvements includes good looks, good handling, good maintenance, and best of them all—good performance.

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Again, the list of complaints remains the same as Fazer 25. You get a stiffer suspension, clunky gearbox, absence of liquid-cooling, and more importantly absence of sixth gear. Looking at the list of missing features, one can only imagine if Yamaha is holding out such essential features for the future. But, no one can say it with utmost certainty.

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. 3,89,900

Yamaha FZ 25 Price in Nepal (ABS): Rs. 4,29,900

Pros Cons
Decent mileage for 250cc bike No liquid-cooling
Solid Yamaha build quality Complete absence of the sixth gear
Lightweight compared to Fazer 25

Yamaha FZS FI v3.0 (ABS)

Okay, Yamaha FZS FI v3.0 gets a completely new makeover! The overall design has been inspired by the Yamaha Fazer. Furthermore, the visual difference includes the split LED headlamps, more muscular fuel tank, new grab-rails, comfortable seats, new instrument cluster, slightly raised handlebars, new color schemes, and single-channel ABS. Additionally, there are few other minor details like the single-seat, redesigned exhaust, and new alloy wheels. Moreover, there has been a polarizing reception toward the new design.

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If you were expecting a drastic difference in the performance, sorry to disappoint. Mechanically, you get the same performance numbers as you did with the predecessor. Whether that’s good or bad, will entirely depend on you.

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Yamaha FZS FI v3.0 somewhat justifies the Rs. 24,000 price increments. It gets an entirely fresh redesign along with the single-channel ABS. And the overall fresh design is the cherry on the top. But, is it enough though? I guess so, I mean there are still some places for improvements like the instrument cluster. Yes, it updated instrument cluster but I wish it offered more information to the riders, similarly to the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V. Maybe, Yamaha will update that in the future.

Yamaha FZS FI v3.0 Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 149 cc
  • Mileage (city): 50 kmpl
  • Max Power: 13BHP @ 8000 RPM
  • Max Torque: 12.8Nm @ 6000 RPM
  • Top Speed: 112kmph
  • No. of Gears: 5
  • Fuel tank capacity: 12 liters
  • Tires: 100/80-17M/C (Front) and 140/60-R17M/C (Rear)
  • Brakes: Dual Disc with Single-Channel ABS
  • Weight (Dry): 132 kg

Yamaha FZS FI v3.0 Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,18,900

Pros Cons
Excellent fuel efficiency Barebone instrument cluster
Refined engine with FI Technology Absence of kick start
Good handling and good performance

Yamaha FZS FI

Yamaha FZS FI V2.0 is powered by a single-cylinder, SOHC FI engine with 149cc engine displacement. You can generate up to 13.2 BHP of max power and 12.8 Nm of max torque. Furthermore, It has a 5-speed gearbox similar to other Yamaha bikes on this list. As for fuel economy, you get a capacity of 12 liters with a claimed mileage of 40-45kmpl. Talking about the suspension duties, they are performed by telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear. Compared to the previous-gen, the new FZS FI comes with now-standard “Blue Core” Engine. This means better performance and better fuel economy.

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This bike offers good handling and braking. However, the power output of the v2.0 is less than its predecessor. But this results in improved fuel consumption which is a fair trade. Moreover, one of the happy-or-sad features includes the absence of kick-start. Yes, the FI-engine does not necessarily need a kick-start. But when the battery does end up dead at some point, that will definitely be a happy-or-sad situation.

Yamaha FZS FI Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 149 cc
  • Mileage (city): 50 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: Rs. 2,79,900

Yamaha FZS FI Price in Nepal (Limited): Rs. 2,82,900

Yamaha FZS FI Price in Nepal (Dual Disc): Rs. 2,92,900

Pros Cons
Excellent fuel efficiency No drastic change from predecessor
Refined engine with FI Technology Absence of kick start
Good handling and good performance No ABS option!

Yamaha FZ FI

In 2008, Yamaha introduced FZ 16 alongside R15. Ten years later, the FZ series is still gaining popularity with two different variants available: FZS FI and FZ FI. Please note that FZ FI is the successor to the original FZ16. Like the FZS, Yamaha FZ FI shares a lot of similarities. Even the pros and cons are similar! It is among the few motorcycles in its segment to get a Fuel-Injection engine. What does this mean? Well, you get an excellent fuel economy without losing all a lot of performance. Perhaps more people do agree with this, as the FZ line is among the best-selling motorcycles in Nepal.

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Yamaha FZS FI vs Yamaha FZ FI. Which One Should You Buy?

Honestly, I can’t even differentiate between the two. The overall design looks very alike, sharing almost everything with one another. But I have found a way to differentiate between the two. The “S” in FZS stands for “Second Gen” or “Style”. It’s pretty self-explanatory when you consider the color options for the FZS FI comes in. Furthermore, there are slightly more improvements over the FZ FI, but none too important to point out.

In conclusion, the only difference between the two is the color options. So, go with your heart. Choose the one whose style you like the best!

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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: Rs. 2,70,900

Pros Cons
Excellent fuel efficiency No drastic change from predecessor
Refined engine with FI Technology Absence of kick start
Good handling and good performance No ABS option!

Yamaha SZ-RR (Version 2.0)

Imagine this scenario: a Yamaha motorcycle with a 150cc engine. But it will be a commuter at a price of 125cc motorcycle. Wait, I do you one better. What if Yamaha were to design the next Pulsar 150? As random as that could’ve sounded, I just described Yamaha SZ-RR (v2.0). Yes, such a motorcycle exists! Design-wise, it looks a lot like Honda Unicorn with its own twist.

You get a Blue Core engine and a commuter slash performance motorcycle, what more could you want?  Yamaha SZ-RR is powered by a single-cylinder SOHC engine with 149cc engine displacement. It can produce up to 11.9 BHP of max power and 12.8 Nm of max torque. Mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox, the motorcycle has been tuned for optimum performance.

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For a commuter segment motorcycle, mileage is very important. So, SZ-RR provides a great average of 50+ kmpl in city areas and much more in the highways. Moreover, it checks a lot of boxes for being a great motorcycle. But this one also has few shortcomings. SZ-RR comes with an analog instrument cluster. Yes, 150cc motorcycle with an analog cluster. Yamaha might not consider it as an important, these smaller things always affect the final buying decision.

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 (Core): Rs. 2,30,900

Yamaha SZ-RR Price in Nepal (SE): Rs. 2,34,900

Pros Cons
Good ride quality and comfort Outdated analog instrument cluster
Best in class handling Smaller rear tire size
Affordable 150cc motorcycle Rear brakes lacks some feedback

Yamaha Saluto

Yamaha offers only one dedicated commuter segment motorcycle: Yamaha Saluto. Saying that there isn’t any interesting thing to point out. I mean, come’ on its a commuter. Saluto is powered by a single-cylinder 125cc air-cooled engine. Moreover, it 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 98kmph. Although, the bike consists of only 7.6 liters of the fuel tank which is small. With the mileage Saluto provides, it shouldn’t be a major problem but it could have been improved.

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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 (UBS – Disc): Rs. 2,07,900

Yamaha Saluto Price in Nepal (UBS – Drum): Rs. 2,01,900

Pros Cons
Cost efficiency Small fuel tank
Light weighted body
UB (Similar to ABS)

Should You Buy Yamaha Bikes in Nepal? If Yes, Which One?

As a consumer myself, I’ll give you three different perspective as three different riders; a commuter, normal rider, and performance-oriented rider. As a commuter, I would choose the Yamaha SZ-RR v2.0. I mean, why wouldn’t I? I get an attractive 150cc motorcycle at a price of 125cc. Yes, SZ-RR does not have an updated instrument cluster. But as a commuter, this shouldn’t really affect me. This is one of those deals too good to miss.

Now as an average rider, I would go for the FZ series, more importantly, FZS FI. I get a good looking motorcycle with good performance and good mileage. Moreover, I could use it for commuting or occasional off-roading, the choice is mine. And, the Fuel-Injection Engine is just another added bonus. Personally, I don’t like the FZS FI v3.0, but it obviously offers something the competition lacks. So, this one is a value for money Yamaha motorcycle.

Finally as a performance-oriented rider, which one would I choose? Okay, this one was a little difficult to choose. I went back-and-forth with R15 v3, MT-15, Fazer 25, and FZ25. All of them are somewhat value for money motorcycles. But at the end of the day, my heart went with R15 v3. It’s a VERY good looking motorcycle. Moreover, the performance is off the charts and also fitting the city riding conditions. Well, I could’ve chosen MT-15 or FZ25, but at the time of this writing, it still lacks few features, making it far from a perfect performance machine.

Final Thoughts on Yamaha Bikes

So, that’s the end of our list! In conclusion, all the Yamaha motorcycles have a class of their own. While all of them are excellent motorcycles, some lack the necessary features. Those lacking features can be overlooked, but be sure to test drive to know for sure.

Yamaha has a wide range of all-range bikes in Nepal consisting of 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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