Yamaha Philippines has just launched the hotly anticipated Neo-Retro-styled XSR 155. Powered by a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke SOHC, single-cylinder 4-valve 155cc fuel-injected engine with Variable Valve Actuation (VVA) mounted in a Deltabox frame, the Sports Heritage XSR 155 brings all the styling of its bigger brothers the XSR 900 and XSR 700. Combining timeless style with modern technology and reliability, the XSR 155 makes for a great commuter, without sacrificing style.
Features include a Full LCD digital speedometer designed with an authentic retro style with an easy-to-read panel that includes a transmission indicator. The XSR 155 includes an inverted fork, which gives a modern look, and a great strength and rigidity, along with shock absorption, and great handling.
The classic seat design not only offers great aesthetics, it also gives the rider greater flexibility when it comes to seating position.
Rounding off the new-retro look is the tank design, which borrows the curves from its larger sibling, the XSR 900. With an outer shell that just invested further customization, and a 14-L capacity, it’s the perfect match for this stunner of a bike. An LED headlight and tail light deliver great low-light performance without sacrificing the overall look of the XSR series.
The XSR155 has additional features for a great ride, including a slipper clutch for smoother engine braking, front and rear tires with a versatile tread pattern, and 17-inch wheels.
Its intricate design pays true homage to the XSR design philosophy. It is highly customizable, and builders are allowed countless interpretations in which they can express their creativity. Those who don’t want a full rebuild can choose from various bolt-on accessories that can either enhance the standard style or turn it into a Café Racer or Tracer themed ride.
The XSR 155 is available in the Yamaha Flagship Shop, the YZONE and Yamaha Rev Zones nationwide with an SRP of PHP 162,000 and is available in garage metal and tech black