Just like the Honda refuses to update the CBR 250R for the current market, Yamaha too has played safe for all the past 3 years, but no more. Because the updated Yamaha R3 is coming with a lot of new upgrades.
Coming to the two cylinder 300cc motorcycles we have the Benelli TNT300, Kawasaki Ninja 300 and the Yamaha R3. The Ninja 300 is one of the best looking motorcycles even when it is compared to many superbikes. But then the R3 came into the game offering stunning looks and cheaper service options. Let's see how the R3 performs against its rivals. Is it any better or not?
The technology is taking us further away from what the real deal is. Everything is becoming virtual. Everything is taking Humans away from bonding with their motorcycles. Tachometer helps us see the RPM level so we can shift. Can’t we do that by just feeling the vibrations and listening to what the bike is saying? Can’t we just shift when the bike tells us to?
Yamaha launched its much awaited YZF-R3 In the Indian market, dismissing speculations about the R25 being launched here instead. The R3 will compete against the likes of the Kawasaki Ninja 300, the Benelli TNT 300 and of course, The KTM RC 390.
Finally Yamaha YZF R3 is launched to rival Kawasaki Ninja 300, so how does it compete against Ninja 300 with a price tag of Rs.3,25,000? we'll come to know that within a couple of months but KTM RC390 will always be there with its fierce looks and attractive price to disturb both of them. Though RC390 is not a direct rival to R3 and Ninja 300 but one cannot think of 300-400cc sportbikes segment without KTM RC390. For now lets see what Yamaha is giving you against your Rs.3,25,000 bucks.