Yamaha India offers a total of 19 bikes. These consist of 0 Yamaha upcoming bikes and 19 new Yamaha bikes. The list of Yamaha bike models in the country comprises 1 cruiser bike, 8 commuters bikes, 6 sports bikes, 4 scooters bikes. Some of the popular Yamaha bikes in India include Yamaha Fascino, Yamaha FZ25, Yamaha YZF R15S, Yamaha FZ, Yamaha Cygnus Ray ZR. As of March 2017, Yamaha has a total of 1352 dealerships spread across 479 cities in India.Check Yamaha price in India and also know Yamaha on road price, read Yamaha bike reviews, watch videos, compare Yamaha bikes online with bikes from other manufacturers and get news alerts from CarAndBike.com
Founded in 1985, Yamaha entered Indian market through a joint venture. Sixteen years later in 2001, Yamaha became a fully owned subsidiary of Yamaha Motor Co, Ltd and in 2008, it again formed a joint venture with Mitsui & Co., Ltd. India Yamaha Motor Private Limited (IYM), has three manufacturing units in India located at Surajpur in Uttar Pradesh, Faridabad in Haryana and Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. These manufacturing plants are well equipped to produce scooters, motorcycles and its parts used in models for sale in domestic market and for export. IYM currently has a wide range of motorcycles in its product line-up including CKD and CBU units. Recognizing the fast paced growth of the scooter segment in India, Yamaha forayed into the thriving segment and currently offers a couple of products. Although, a late entrant, IYM is focusing on scooter segment and is trying to strengthen its hold with models like Fascino. In the 1980s Yamaha came up with Rajdoot 350, which paved its path to success and was finally phased out after a successful run. RX100 2-Stroke was yet another popular model in the 1990s which had to be discontinued due to change in emission norms. The YZ series and Saluto models are some of current popular motorcycles from the bikemaker.