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Yamaha has introduced three new dual-tone colours for its Alpha scooter. This update has been given to increase appeal of the scooter among young customers..
Scooters now boast improved mileage of 66 km/l (62 km/l earlier). Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd have launched the 2015 Alpha, Ray and Ray.
New plant in Tamil Nadu to be inaugurated soon. Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt Ltd is targeting a 30 percent increase in sales in their.
If identified problem is not rectified, it could cause engine damage or seizure. Going by reports, Yamaha has issued a recall for its Alpha scooter.
Mr. Hiroaki has been with the company for 32 years. Yamaha Motors of Japan has announced that Mr. Hiroaki Fujita would be appointed as the.
Will be imported by Associated Motorways Pvt. Ltd. The Yamaha Alpha automatic scooter greeted the Sri Lankans at the 2014 Colombo Motor Show shortly before.
Targets to sell 6 lakh units in CY14. Yamaha Motor India (YMI) is gearing up to inaugurate its new scooter plant in Chennai next month, reports.
Was introduced in India at the 2014 Auto Expo. MAW Enterprises, the authorized distributor of Yamaha two-wheelers in Nepal, are showcasing the Yamaha Alpha scooter.
The company will focus on automatic scooter and 150 cc motorcycle segments to increase the market share. Speaking to ET Auto about future products, Roy.
Existing company will not cease to exist. Yamaha Motor Company Japan today announced that it completed the reorganisation of its Indian operations. The reorganisation includes.
The Yamaha Alpha scooter will launch in the Nepal by August end, a report on the Himalayan Times claims. The Alpha, which is Yamaha’s answer.
The recently-launched Suzuki Let’s will have to compete with the Honda Activa, Yamaha Alpha, TVS Wego, TVS Jupiter and Hero Maestro. Needless to say, the.
Yamaha Motor India has managed to grab 14,000 orders for its 110 cc Alpha that was launched at the Auto Expo 2014. Speaking to Autocar.
Two-wheeler manufacturers TVS Motor and India Yamaha Motor have announced reduction in prices of their models, following the cut in excise duties that was announced.
Yamaha today launched the 110 cc ‘Alpha’ scooter for Rs 49,518 (Ex-showroom, New Delhi). The company plans to sell 200,000 units in the first year.