Aug 9, 2007

3 Yamaha to launch above 125 cc bikes in Jan 2008. R1 & MT 01 to be launched soon.

Latest news from Yamaha India

It was just yesterday when I had posted on "What's ailing Yamaha India" and today we get some news on the latest development at Yamaha India. Sweet..!!

According to a news report in Hindu, "Yamaha would be launching a series of products in January 2008. The company is focusing more on above 125 cc bikes."

Right now Yamaha has a market share of 4 per cent year. Yamaha is aiming to achieve a market share of 10 per cent by 2010. The total motorcycle sales in the country last year is estimated at 65 lakh units. The industry size is roughly estimated to 10 million units by 2010.

Yamaha is also planning to launch its 1000 cc bike– R1 in select metros in November 2007 and the 1700 cc bike– MT 01 in January 2008. The price of the 1000 cc bike will be about Rs11.5 lakh.





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3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

When YMIL says they are focusing on 125cc+ engine what do they really mean?
Reply soon

Payeng said...

I can't tell for sure what that exactly means.. Guess, we'll all have to play the waiting game

NAVEEN said...

Hey Guyz,

Its here!! Yamaha FAZER-1000!! The 1000cc beast machine is on display at Bangalore Wheels, Yamaha Dealer on Dr. Rajkumar Road, RajajiNagar, Bangalore.

I happened to get a quick glance of the machine, its amazing. Wen I checked with the manager, he just revealed that this is the first phase of something big to come in the month of November!! Any guesses?

I feel its worth a visit. I could convince the staff for few images on my cel phone camera. They did tel me this has been brought to Bangalore for the biking event RideTech at Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bangalore this saturday 22nd.

Enjoy them.

Happy Biking!!

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