Accessories for Yamaha MT-15 V2.0 start at Rs 80

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The all-new Yamaha MT-15 V2.0, which is priced at Rs 1.60 lakh ex-showroom in India, was recently launched. In addition to the updates, the Japanese manufacturer has also posted a list of accessories available for the updated MT-15.

Yamaha MT-15 V2.0

A sticker for the MT-15 logo costs Rs 80 and two pairs of LED turn indicators cost Rs 1,490. The company is also offering a fuel tank pad and a seat cover for Rs 350 and 400, respectively. Besides the footrest for the passenger, Yamaha has also included an engine sump guard for Rs 500.

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As an option, you can purchase an additional mobile charger for Rs 750 or a mobile holder for Rs 350 for your MT-15 V2.0. Yamaha has, however, included apparel, such as t-shirts for Rs 900 and riding jackets that range from Rs 6,990 to Rs 11,990.

Yamaha MT-15 V2.0

As of now, the V2.0 version of the MT-15 gets some significant upgrades over its predecessor, including upside-down forks, an aluminium swingarm, and updated instrument cluster. The bike is also available in some interesting color options. However, its 155cc single-cylinder engine and suspension and braking hardware remain unchanged, as they do in the R15 V4.

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