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Hot Wheels With Yamaha YZF R6

After being introduced in 1998 as the 'super-sport' version of Yamaha YZF-R1 super bike and a pal of the street-smart Yamaha YZF600R, the Yamaha YZF R6 has serially been updated and revised till date. It was, hitherto, 'fuel-injected' and was gradually upgraded with the 'YCC-T ride by wire' throttle and a multi-plate 'slipper clutch'. Crux Features:

The present type is 599.4 cc, liquid cooled, 4-stroke, forward inclined inline 4 cylinder, DOHC and 16-titanium valves with a compression ratio of 13.1:1. This means it's not very conducive for Indian roads which lack the surface for fast driving. The Yamaha YZF R6 price in India is placed at a high rate given the bike's precedents and quality. ,It is a darling for those who follow the 'need for speed' syndrome and are bike freaks. The dimensions are alarming enough to give you a foresight of this bike: 2040.00mm, 705.00mm, and 1100.00mm respectively in length, breadth and height. Its weight is 185 kg with a ground clearance and fuel tank of 130.00mm and 17.30 liters. The Yamaha YZF R6 price in India,has, mostly taken an upward swing due to the upheaval in all prices. It's poised to touch the 10, 00,000 mark after a long stay within the 8, 00,000 to 9, 00,000 denomination. Indian market scenario:

The market for bikes in India gives an insight towards the general attitude of people towards biking and then, transportation as a whole. The bikes price in India is primarily based on the region the bikes are sold. The cities will have costly and flashy bikes sold due to economic standards while towns will mostly thrive on medium-scale bikes ranging from Rs.22, 000-Rs.40, 000. People have subservience to high mileage, minimum fuel and minimum maintenance costs. The market revenue comes into play here and it reflects the feasibility of high-end bikes on Indian roads. In hindsight, Yamaha, being the second largest producer of motorcycles after Honda, had signed an agreement with Mitsui co to become a joint investor in the motorcycle manufacturing company "India Yamaha Motor Private Limited (IYM)". The Yamaha bikes price has been crafted in parity with the Indian biking precedents.

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