Yamaha has announced the 2023 YZF-R125. It is the smallest supersport motorbike produced by the Japanese automaker. The bike is now equipped with the latest design language, as found in the R15 V4 and the YZF -R7. The changes made to this bike are not just cosmetic, and make the bike lighter.
The Yamaha YZF-R125 has been completely redesigned, with bodywork derived from the YZF R15 V4. This means that it has an LED projector mounted centrally on the headlight that is flanked by LED DRLs placed on the opposite side.
Apart from its appearance and design, the R125 has incorporated its electronic assistance from its 155cc counterparts. It now comes with the Traction control system. The Yamaha bike also comes with a quickshifter and the electronic aid available as an option.
The bike is also equipped with an updated TFT console which was introduced on the brand new MT-125 and MT-07 in recent times. The console is complemented by an R1-inspired new switchgear. It also has phone connectivity that includes call and SMS notifications. The upgrade is scheduled to be released in the next year, and will be a part of R15 V4. R15 V4.
Yamaha R125 Specifications
|124.7 cc, Single Cylinder, Liquid-Cooled, VVA engine
|14.8 HP @ 9000 rpm
|11.5 Nm @ 8000 rpm
|Wet, multiple-disc coil spring
|Fuel Tank Capacity
The latest Yamaha R125 comes with the same engine as the previous one which pumps the 14.8PS in addition to 11.5Nm torque. The 41 mm KYB Monoshock and USD fork take care of the suspensions.
While the bike looks similar to the previous model It’s notable is the addition of a USD fork that measures 37mm that is believed as being similar to 2022’s Yamaha R15 V4.
Top Features Of Yamaha R125
- High-tech 125cc engine with VVA technology
- Deltabox frame
- Lightweight swingarm
- Assist & slipper clutch
- R-Series LED twin-eye body design
- Wide 140-section rear tyre
- Traction control
- LED projector headlamps