Yamaha INDRA (Cheapest bike in India)

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Yamaha Indra price, launch, specification, features

Yamaha INDRA is a low cost commuter motorcycle being developed for India, Africa and other South Asian markets. Here are some of the expected specifications and details of the bike.

GENERAL INFORMATION

 
Latest Industry buzz: As per latest reports, The Yamaha Indra has been patented for Indian market.
Expected price (ex-showroom,Delhi): Rs. 30,000/-
Mileage 90+
0-100 km/h  
Top speed  
Launch date: 2016
Manufacturer Yamaha
Bike segment Commuter
Displacement category 100-125cc
Price category Under 1 lakh
Colours available Red, black, blue
Competition  

SPECIFICATION

Engine 100-110 cc, 4-stroke engine, single cylinder
Power and Torque  
Transmission 4-speed
Frame/Chassis  
Cooling Air-cooled
Brakes Front: Drum
Rear: Drum
ABS: No
Wheel & Tire Front: Spoked wheel
Rear: Spoked wheel
Suspension Front: Telescopic
Rear: Conventional shocks

DIMENSIONS, DESIGN FEATURES AND VARIANTS AVAILABLE

Instrument console: Analogue

Headlight: Single headlamp

Tail light: Conventional Halogen

Sitting posture: Upright

New patent images shows a boxer-like design for the motorcycle, with very simple details and features. Electric start, disc brakes and alloy wheels are omitted.

 

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Yamaha is all set to launch their most affordable model in the country, made under the INDRRA project (Innovative and New Development based on Responsible Analysis). The bike was earlier patented for sale.

With the new Indra, Yamaha will be hoping to attract the middle class, cashing in on the bike’s affordability, ergonomics and boxer like design. The bike will be produced at the manufacturer’s Chennai plant.

With price expected in range of Rs. 30,000/-, the Indra will be the most affordable motorcycle in India. So irrespective the limited features, good number of lower commuter sales will be shifted in its favor.

It is unclear whether Yamaha will retain the INDRA name, nearing production.

Stay tuned for more news and updates.

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