Jan 4, 2013

7 2013 Yamaha R15 V2.0 - New Colors

Yamaha starts the new year with a fresh palette for the R15 V2.0.. and it looks cool

A completely new motorcycle from Yamaha India is still 2-3 years away (according to official news releases from Yamaha India), therefore till then one has to keep alive the excitement in their current lineup. And here you are, Yamaha India publishes photos of its R15 V2.0 in new colors for 2013.

"2013 Yamaha R15 V2.0 Thundering Green Color"

With the V2.0, Yamaha had done a splendid job of restyling the original R15 transforming the ugly ducking into an elegant swan. Although the engine and other cycle parts remain untouched for the 2013 version, the new colors do look nice. It'll certainly keep the the R15 fresh which is still a gem of a 150 cc bike one can buy in India.

The new colors for the R15 V2.0 do look cool. But it will be more interesting to see what Yamaha India has up its sleeve for us in 2-3 years time.



2013 Yamaha R15 V2.0: Colors

2013 Yamaha R15 V2.0 - Thundering Green 2013 Yamaha R15 V2.0 - Invincible Black 2013 Yamaha R15 V2.0 - Raring Red 2013 Yamaha R15 V2.0 - Blue




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7 Comments:

Shaiju B said...

Hi Payeng, Did you make up your mind to buy a new bike ?

Anonymous said...

first of all nice 2 hear 4m u, HNY... these colors r really cool...

Anonymous said...

I was expecting a yellow one !! :-(

Payeng said...

Shaiju,

I have set my heart out for the Pulsar 200NS.. but have been holding off from purchase as I have recently joined a business venture.

Aditya said...

The part of chassis which goes from tank --> rider seat looks awesome..

Anonymous said...

Welcome Back Mr. Satedal Payeng :)
Good Luck With your Business Venture :)


Alex0080 From Indonesia

Anonymous said...

So that was all that article about .Well best of luck :)
But wont you even consider buying 220F ?

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