2020 Yamaha R3 Review – Where have you been to Yamaha? I wanted to ask this question for the last two years to the big Japanese motor manufacturer, because it seemed like the company had taken a sabbatical from the performance bike segment in India. However, a few months ago, they stunned everyone, including me, by unleashing their baby beast: the YZF-R3. The launch took place at the BIC, where our Ed waved a leg about this new 2020 Yamaha performance machine and had some nice things to say about it. I recently had the privilege of spending a few days with this new baby from Japan.
Sharp, tense and much more; the Review R3 is impressive in many ways. It is a sensational motorcycle that has the potential, at least on paper, to act as a booster jet and to drive Yamaha back to the number one spot in the performance game in India. To begin with, the YZF-R3 Yamaha belongs to the samurai family, the YZF.
They are sharp, smart, mean and above all concentrated and can carry out an attack on the asphalt on every race track. But surprisingly, the R3 Yamaha seems to have been tamed somewhat compared to his brothers and sisters. What Yamaha does have well is the design of this baby R-bike. Just look at it. The stunning face with a minimalist design, sharp edges and double headlights that clearly disguise those small air channels screams aggression. The multi-layered tub, which appears to have been designed during a geometry class, looks perfectly proportionate and sharp.
2020 Yamaha R3 Review – Engine
The slim and slender rear with a step-up aid, which seamlessly combines the back of the bike with the front, looks absolutely stunning. Moreover, everything has been designed for aerodynamics and that is why this bike looks fast, even when it is stationary. The R3 Review may not have the curves and folds you see on Italian bikes, but the sharp, futuristic angular design is contemporary and will seduce every kind of rider. After all, be different, you notice.
The unreliable pieces such as the switch gear, the quality of plastic, the fit and finish and other components are quite well built and exude good quality. 2020 Review Yamaha The instrumentation also contributes to the flair of this modern design. Yamaha R3 There is a simple console with a dominating analog tachometer and a bright digital display that shows you a series of information that is essential, although I expected it to have a top speed and 0-100 km / hr reading time. Do I ask too much? Well, these things are present on larger bikes and because everything from there is filtered somewhere into smaller machines, I do not really think I ask a lot here.
2020 Yamaha R3 Review – Performance
Auto Expo 2020 even sees multiple product launches on Day 3 and 2020 Yamaha has just launched the new 2020 edition of YZF-R3 in India. The price of the motorcycle is held at Rs 3.48 lakh (former showroom, Delhi). The most striking change on the new R3 Yamaha is the integration of an ABS with two channels (anti-lock braking system) for better braking. Another change in the new Yamaha Review YZF-R3 ABS is the Metzeler tires compared to MRF rubber that came on the market in the previous model.
For those who are unaware, the Yamaha YZF-R3 has retired with the start of the BS-IV emission standards. The new Yamaha YZF-R3 ABS has been introduced in the country in two new colors that go by the name Racing Blue and Magma Black. The new 2020 Yamaha YZF-R3 Review ABS is equipped with the same 321cc parallel twin-engine machine coupled to a six-speed transmission system.
The motor is suitable for cooling respective power and torque outputs of 42 hp and 29.6 Nm. The suspension system of the motorcycle consists of conventional telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear. The Yamaha YZF-R3 ABS that was exhibited at Auto Expo 2020 is equipped with the same digital-analogue instrument panel that provides access to all useful information for the rider.