The Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 has a new color option with a price of 51 million VND, promising to make it difficult for rivals Honda Winner X.
Recently, the Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 in the Thai market has been added with 3 attractive new color options: Orange, Red and Black. In this new version, the Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 is sold with a starting price of 74,000 baht (equivalent to 51 million VND).
In addition to the change in color options, the Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 will still keep the same design and specifications as its predecessor. This makes consumers in Thailand quite disappointed because the Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 in this market is the poorest equipped version in the region.
The Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 continues to use a 155 cc engine applying VVA technology for a maximum capacity of 17.7 horsepower at 9,500 rpm and maximum torque of 14.4Nm at 8,000 rpm. In addition, the Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 also has an Assist & Slipper clutch smart pot to minimize wheel slip when accelerating at high speeds.
Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 standard version is not equipped with existing features such as smartkey smart key, USB charging port or 2-piston front brake. In addition, the opponent of Honda Winner X still owns telescopic shock absorbers at the front and a single shock absorber at the rear. Accompanying that is the disc brake system on both front and rear wheels. Unfortunately, the Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 is still not equipped with the same ABS anti-lock braking system as the Honda Winner X.
Other equipment and features on the Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 also have a trunk with a relatively spacious capacity below the saddle, a mechanical key and a clock cluster with a sharp interface.
Not only in Thailand, the Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 is also a popular clutch model for many Vietnamese people. The direct rival of the Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 is the Honda Winner X model. However, in recent times, the sales of the Yamaha Exciter 155 2023 have somewhat overwhelmed the competition.
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