India Yamaha Motor Pvt Ltd (IYMPL) is all set to organise a pre-monsoon checkup camp at select dealerships across the country in June. The company will be offering ’14 essential points-based’ checkups of Yamaha two-wheelers as part of the service scheme. That aside, customers can avail additional discounts on labour charge, helmets, accessories, and genuine spare parts at the camp.
IYMPL senior vice-president (strategy and planning), Ravinder Singh said that as a leading responsible two-wheeler manufacturer, Yamaha is committed to meet the highest standards of safety. Yamaha two-wheelers have minimal risk features, he said, adding that the checkup camps would ensure a better riding experience during monsoon.
Yamaha’s current India product portfolio, among others, comprises sports bikes like the YZF-R3, the YZF-R15, and the YZF-R15 S. The three bikes are hauled by 321cc, 155cc, and 149cc motors respectively. The sports range also includes MT-15. The other Yamaha models having the company’s Blue Core Technology includes the Fazer 25 and FZ 25. Both these motorcycles are hauled by the same 249cc engine. The FZ FI, FZ-S FI, and the Fazer FI are powered by a 149cc engine. The company also has an impressive range of budget two-wheelers that include the Saluto, Saluto RX, SZ-RR V2.0, Fascino, Cygnus Ray-ZR, Cygnus Alpha, and the Cygnus Ray Z. The company also sells two premium sports bikes in India. These are the street fighter MT-09, powered by an 847cc engine and the flagship fully-faired YZF-R1 998cc superbike.
Yamaha debuted in India in 1985 as a joint venture company. It now has one of the largest service networks in the country which includes more than 2,200 customer touch points and about 500 dealers. The company manufactures and assembles its products from its workshops at Surajpur (Uttar Pradesh), Faridabad (Haryana) and Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu). These units also manufacture spare parts for all Yamaha two-wheelers for both the domestic and international market.