2017 Yamaha V-Ixion accessories list released

Posted on: May 3, 2017 - 10:39am IST

The 2017 Yamaha V-Ixion gains 13 genuine accessory fitments at the launch.

The 2017 Yamaha V-Ixion was launched for the Indonesian market at IIMS 2017 last week. To enhance the looks of the motorcycle, Yamaha is offering 13 accessories which will not just help the V-Ixion stand out of the crowd but also perform better.

Yamaha V-Ixion accessory list
The official 2017 Yamaha V-Ixion accessory list includes a range of cosmetic as well as performance upgrades.

The list of accessories includes a USB charger which is standard in the V-Ixion R and tops out with a Sakura muffler. Other options include functional cosmetic changes like lever guard and radiator guard.

The entire list and prices of official accessories for the 2017 Yamaha V-Ixion are as below:

  • NGK Iridium spark plug: IDR 99,000
  • USB Charger: IDR 200,000
  • Lever Guard: IDR 335,000
  • Fuel Cap: IDR 100,000
  • Radiator Cover: IDR 150,000
  • Engine Guard: IDR 300,000
  • Tank Pad: IDR 110,000
  • Middle Cowl: IDR 600,000
  • Muffler Cover: IDR 110,000
  • Short Rear Fender: IDR 350,000
  • Daytona GP Taper Slash: IDR 1,650,000
  • Daytona GP Taper: IDR 1,460,000
  • Sakura Muffler: IDR 1,899,000

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The 2017 Yamaha V-Ixion is powered by the 149.8 cc SOHC, liquid cooled, fuel injected mill coupled to a 5-speed gearbox. The engine is capable of producing 16.6 PS of maximum power at 8,500 rpm and 14.5 Nm of peak torque at 7,500 rpm. Features include LED headlamps, hazard lamp, digital instrumentation and LED taillamp.

Yamaha V-Ixion front three quarter studio red
The Yamaha V-Ixion 2017 edition gains several new features like a slipper clutch, LED headlamp, digital instrumentation and disc brakes all around.

The 2017 Yamaha V-Ixion has been priced at IDR 26,000,000 and deliveries are expected to begin this month.

2017 Yamaha V-Ixion – Image Gallery

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