The much-anticipated motorcycle Yamaha MT-15 BS6 has been revealed in the Nepali market, and it is available for purchase. The MT-15 BS6 has been unveiled at the Grand Exchange Event, which was held at the Bhrikuti Mandap in Kathmandu and arranged by MAW Nepal, the official Yamaha motorcycle and scooter dealer in the country.
Only two days prior to this, the company had made the motorcycle available for reservation. 300 motorcycles were sold on the basis of early bookings, according to the firm, and this occurred even before the motorcycle was made publicly available.
The company has stated that individuals who wish to purchase this bike will only be able to do so after the festival of Dashain.
The Yamaha MT series, which debuted in 2005, is a member of the company’s ‘Naked Bike Series’ family of motorcycles. The MT series is referred to as the ‘Dark Side of Japan.’ The MT-01 was the first motorbike to be introduced in 2005. For the time being, Yamaha has been successful in manufacturing and distributing it throughout the world.
The CT / Urban sports bikes in the MT-15 series are the most recent additions to the lineup. The bikes in this series are intended for young people who are enthusiastic about motorbikes and have a desire to learn more about them.
“This bike was in high demand among Nepali young,” said Yamaha CEO Raju Chhetri, speaking at the ceremony. I am quite pleased to be able to offer the most eagerly anticipated motorcycle for sale through the Yamaha Grand Exchange Event, which is the largest exchange event in the country. We are happy to introduce this new customised MT BS6 bike, which has been well received by the younger generation.
The business has set a price of Rs 449,900 for the BS6 variant. The Yamaha MT15 BS6 variant will be available in two new colour variations on the Nepali market, as previously announced.