Legendary Yamaha RX 100 Is Coming Back: Expected Features, Price & More


Radhika Kajarekar

Radhika Kajarekar

Feb 16, 2024


The Yamaha RX100, a bike loved by all generations of bike enthusiasts in India, is all set to make a comeback in India!

Ever since it was introduced in India, the Yamaha RX100 has been a popular ride in the country.

Legendary Yamaha RX 100 Is Coming Back: Expected Features, Price & More

Let’s find out what the new Yamaha RX100 will be like!

Yamaha To Bring Back RX100

For Indian bike enthusiasts, the RX100’s return is a momentous occasion, and Yamaha claims that the revised RX100 will break previous industry records.

Nationwide, the RX100 is expected to rekindle the passion for riding motorcycles. With a storied history, the Yamaha RX100 is renowned for its power and timeless appeal.

Yamaha is bringing a BS6 Phase 2 engine to the RX100 in order to update it to meet current emission regulations. Additionally, a potent 225.9cc BS6 engine with increased power and torque powers the new model.

With the updated RX100, Yamaha promises a smooth combination of power and environmental friendliness.

Price and Features

Yamaha has not yet disclosed the exact pricing of the redesigned RX100. However, industry insiders predict that the RX100 will be sold for a competitive price between Rs 1 lakh and Rs 1.5 lakh.

The Yamaha RX100’s comeback is a sign of a phenomenon that is deeply embedded in Indian motorcycle culture.

As per reports, the RX100 has been redesigned by Yamaha engineers so that it adheres to strict emission regulations. Performance is improved with an advanced BS6 engine included in the overhaul.

Yamaha uses a calculated approach to pricing the RX100 so that it is affordable without sacrificing quality. The anticipated price range is designed to make high-quality riding accessible to a wide range of enthusiasts.

Yamaha’s E-Bike

Yamaha intended to launch the electric Neo scooter, which is currently on European roadways. The Neo scooter has a 45-kilometer range on a single charge thanks to the interchangeable battery that it shares with Honda. 

After evaluating the Indian market’s reaction to EVs such as Ather, iQube, and Ola—which have prompted customers to prioritize high-end goods with a good range and competitive pricing—Yamaha India, however, modified its approach.

To compete in this changing market, Yamaha India is currently creating a sporty electric scooter, aiming to deliver a high-end, fashionable product that embodies Yamaha’s unique sporting DNA.


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