Yamaha is apparently undergoing a major overhaul concerning its product lineup, as a result of which, five models have been take off the shelves by Yamaha. The five models that have been taken off sales belong to the relatively moderate commuter segment.
The models that face the axe include the SS-125, SZ-RR, YBR 110, YBR 125 and the SZ-S. Not only has Yamaha stopped the from being displayed, but it also has removed them from their website as well. Yamaha seems to have clearly realized that these bikes were not offering much in the commuter space, owing to its aged design and features. However, these bikes have already found replacements in the form of refreshed looks, upgraded engines and added features. Among the bikes, the SZ-RR and SZ-S are two variants that had a 150cc engine on it, although, since other players in the segment had already taken a large chunk of the pie, Yamaha lost out in the race.
The models that are currently on sale are the Crux (106cc), Saluto (125cc), SZ-RR V2.0, FZ V1.0, FZ FI V2.0, FZ-S V1.0, FZ-S FI V2.0, Fazer (153cc), Fazer FI V2.0, YZF-R15 V2.0 besides the recently launched premium performance bike, the Yamaha R3.
Yamaha is reorganizing its product range to offer better and attractive models
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