2019 Yamaha Xsr700 Price In India – Yamaha has been producing motorcycles since 1955, and they appeared on US coasts only three years later. These great bikes are quickly adopted by racers and have won races on almost every level for decades. Today, 2019 Yamaha manufactures a wide range of bicycles for virtually any purpose. The Yamaha XSR700 is the mass-produced version of the MT-07 concept, rebuilt by legendary Japanese specialist Shinya Kimura.
Yamaha Price calls this new philosophy ‘Faster Sons’, a name that hides its hatred compared to the bikes that came before. The use of quality metal materials such as aluminum on multiple components, including front damper and radiator cover, also works in addition to the overall retro feeling.
The XSR700 is the real ‘Faster Son’, showing the belief in blending retro style and modern technology. And its design is a tribute to the iconic Yamaha XS650 from the 1970s, a pure masterpiece of Yamaha’s simple design, still inspiring today. The XSR700 is a feast for the senses; Its style is enhanced with a number of high quality parts to complete its appearance.
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Yamaha 2019 A headlight of headlights and fastening blocks puts it on the front and an aluminum tanker reminds of the rider they are on a Faster Sons machine. A stylus speedometer sits between the wide decreasing rear handles that provide a relaxed and fair riding position for the rider, and a trickle cover on the side holds all high-tech electronics under cover.
As mentioned earlier, the basis for the XSR700 Yamaha MT-07 roadster and technically there are not many differences. Engine, chassis, suspension and brakes are identical to MT-07. The 689cc in-line dual-cylinder 270-degree transverse wrench is pushed beyond 75PS and 68Nm torque, and the 2019 Yamaha XSR700 is said to excel in the handling department with a compact lightweight chassis.
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It’s a great looking motorcycle. And it seems to take some inspiration from Ducati Scrambler, whether Yamaha likes to admit it or not. And it seems to do business sense too. Ducati has reported an increase of 22 per cent. Globally in the first half of 2015 by almost one third of it is attributed to Scrambler. Yamaha Triumph is expected to upgrade the Bonneville series with a new 1100cc fluid-cooled engine, and according to reports, at least three models are expected to use this engine: a classic roadster, a scrambler and a bobber.
2019 Yamaha So that’s the game from Yamaha then. And like Ducati Scrambler, which sells at Rs 7.68 lakh (in Delhi), we hope the XSR700 will find its way to Yamaha India‘s showroom as well. After all, we feel that the fastest growing superbike market in the world just needs this neo-retro cool thing on two wheels. However, it will be crucial that the price is.
Modern classics are back and have become very popular in recent years. Encouraged by the phenomenal success of the Triumphs Bonneville series and recently Ducati Scrambler, now it seems that all motorcycle manufacturers want to have at least one retro-cooled product. And now Yamaha has sprung in with this beautiful look, the Yamaha XSR700. However, the XSR700 2019 is not a brand new bike, at least technically.
Yamaha fans can also draw inspiration from their many championship winning racers. And the Yamaha XSR700 production version is a fine example of Yamaha’s Sport Heritage Cycle Building Philosophy, respecting the iconic cylinders and design of Yamaha motorcycles from the past, and intends to push the limits of motorcycle technology.