Highlights and features
The prominent Monster Energy branding adorns the scooter, most notably on its front fender, fairing, fly screen, and side panels. It doesn’t end there; enthusiasts will also be greeted by the Eneos branding, strategically placed beneath the elevated single-seat. Adding a touch of elegance and sportiness are its black-finished alloy wheels and the distinctly side-placed exhaust system.
Taking the nighttime rides up a notch is the Class D LED headlight, promising better light distribution and heightened on-road visibility. Safety and performance go hand in hand with Yamaha; hence, the new Aerox 155 boasts a Traction Control System (TCS). Its heart, a 155 cc liquid-cooled engine, employs the Variable Valve Actuation (VVA) tech, ensuring seamless power delivery. This engine impressively churns out 15 PS at 8,000 rpm and 13.9 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm.
Eco-friendly and tech-forward riding
Yamaha keeps the environment in mind with the E20 fuel compliance and also offers riders the advantage of onboard diagnostics (OBD-II). The hazard system, now standard across this range, accentuates the safety quotient.
A vibrant palette of choices
While the Monster Energy edition is bound to steal many glances, Yamaha hasn't forgotten its ardent fans, offering the Aerox 155 in four other elegant shades: Metallic Black, Racing Blue, Grey Vermillion, and Silver.
Extending the motoGP legacy
The Monster Energy MotoGP allure isn't new to Yamaha's lineup. It was just last month that the YZF-R15M, MT-15 V2.0, and Ray ZR 125 Fi Hybrid received this exclusive treatment. And soon, bike aficionados can gear up for the much-anticipated R3 and MT-03 launches set for December, with both motorcycles equipped with a robust 321 cc engine.
Targeting the youthful and ambitious riders, Yamaha’s latest launch stands as a testament to their commitment to innovation, performance, and style. The 2023 Aerox 155 Monster Energy MotoGP Edition isn't just a scooter; it's a statement. Yamaha continues to pave its way, promising a blend of thrill and reliability for Indian roads.