2021 Yamaha YZF-R3 updated variant revealed in japan. Only fewer cosmetics changes and no other mechanical changes.
- Available in new colour options.
- Powered with same 321 cc liquid cooled engine.
- YZF-R3 2021 expected priced at Rs 4.91 lakh.
Yamaha the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer has revealed their new updated model of YZF-R3 with some cosmetic updates. YZF-R3 unveiled in the japan automobile market for now. 2021 R3 comes with 3 color options, cyan metallic, matte dark, and Deep purplish-blue. The updates are only limited to the color options, other than this all the features and powertrain remain unchanged compared with the running model. The cyan metallic color is the most unique from them, in which it includes cyan blue body panels, bright red alloy wheels, which R3 look sportier and nastier.
The other 2 color option is the same as earlier, signature Yamaha blue paint and matte dark grey color which is simple as black or grey color. The Engine left unchanged, the same running is used for the updated model as well. The 321-cc liquid-cooled twin-engine brought out 41.5 Hp of maximum power at 10,750 RPM and 29 Nm of peak torque at 9,000 RPM. The transmission duties handled by a 6-speed gearbox. 2021 R3 comes equipped with, LED taillight, twin-pod headlamps, fully LCD digital instrument cluster, split seat, preload-adjustable monoshock, etc. Optional accessories include a KYB suspension system, windscreen, graphic guard, and a tank pad.
The Yamaha YZF-R3 expected price range starting from Rs 4.91 lakh, and it will go on sale in japan market on January 15, 2021. Rumors are suggesting that this model will also be going to launch in the Indian market around Mid-2021. YZF-R3 rivals the likes of KTM RC 390, Kawasaki ninja 300, and a TVS apache RR 310 in the Indian market. The previous model of R3 has priced at Rs 3.52 lakh (ex-showroom) and import through CKD in India. Despite the high price tag, it manages to attract bike enthusiasts and gets fair sales numbers for the brand. Although the company has discontinued R3 after the BS6 norms flexed in India.