We had a last go at the BS-IV Yamaha YZF R15 V3 before its BS-VI version hits the streets. And here’s what we think about it.
Yamaha YZF R 15 V3. (Image courtesy: Anirudh Sunilkumar/News18.com)
In 2008, the FZ 150 raced past our expectations of an affordable offering that can make do with our tiring city commutes while overtaking the guy that rev bombed you at the last signal. It was everything that a beginner ever needed.
You see, before the FZs, the crown jewel for Yamaha was its two-stroke motorcycles. The bikes that defined ‘cool’, while being a sensible option for anyone who craved for that grave thrill.