Yamaha Bolt is now available in Nepal.
MAW Enterprises Pvt. Ltd., the authorized distributor of Yamaha motorcycles in Nepal, has launched the iconic Yamaha Bolt.
Yamaha Bolt is “born with the performance”, as a perfect union of an old-school classic bobber design powered by a modern V-Twin engine.
Before we move on to the details, please note that Yamaha Nepal has brought the new Bolt in limited numbers. According to a Yamaha representative, it is mostly here to showcase Yamaha’s rich history.
With that quick detail out of the way, let’s take a look at the new 2020 Yamaha Bolt.
Yamaha Bolt Specifications
- Engine Type: Twin-Cylinder, 4-stroke, Air Cooled SOHC FI
- BS6 Compliant: EURO4 Compliant
- Displacement: 942 cc
- Cooling System: Air Cooled
- Starting Mechanism: Self Starter Only
- Max Power: 54 PS @ 5350 rpm
- Max Torque: 90 Nm @ 2900 rpm
- Gearbox: 5-Speed
- Top Speed: 170 Kmph
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 12 liter
- Mileage: 15 kmpl
- Front Tyre: 100/90-19 – Disc
- Rear Tyre: 150/80-16 – Disc
- Tubeless Tyres: Yes
- Braking System: Dual-Channel ABS
- Suspension Setup: Telescopic Front Forks and Dual Shock Absorbers
- Seat Height: 690 mm
- Ground Clearance: 130 mm
- Kerb Weight: 247 kg
- Colors: Raven
Yamaha Bolt Price in Nepal: Rs. 34,99,000
Yamaha Bolt Overview
Yamaha Bolt captures attention with its bobber-styled design, matching cafe-racer design in a cruiser body.
It is both compact and stylish.
Bolt encapsulates its cruiser character with its low seat height and simplistic slim body. It is a Yamaha cruiser with light maneuverability and stable handling.
On top of that, Yamaha keeps things fresh with original styling elements like the 2 into 1 exhaust pipe, custom anodized aluminum rims, teardrop style fuel tank, bobber-styled seat, and real steel fenders.
These elements help to create a distinct look in the Star cruiser lineup.
Moreover, it is highly customizable thanks to its stripped-down look.
Despite the stripped-down appearance, Yamaha Bolt packs in a powerful punch with a V-twin engine.
It is powered by a 942cc, 2-cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC FI engine that generates a max power of 54PS at 5350rpm and a max torque of 90Nm at 2900rpm. Moreover, it is mated to a 5-speed transmission with a 12-liter fuel tank capacity.
Yamaha went with an FI engine to deliver class-leading performance with strong low end and midrange torque.
The engine gets additional help with its advanced cylinder design and lightweight performance pistons.
Talking about its suspension setup, Yamaha Bolt gets a beefy front telescopic and rear twin shock absorbers for excellent comfort and handling.
Yamaha Bolt is feature-loaded for its asking price in Nepal. Here is a quick list of features in the new Yamaha Bolt.
Yamaha Bolt Feature Highlights
- Classic Bobber Design
- Stripped Down Urban Performance Styling
- V-Twin Engine
- Front Telescopic and Rear Dual Shock Suspension
- Bobber Style Solo Seat
- Low Maintenance Belt Drive with Carbon Fiber Core
- 13-liter Tear Drop Styled Fuel Tank
- 2 into 1 Exhaust System
- Dual Disc Braking with Dual Channel ABS
- Black Anodized Aluminium Rims
- LED Taillamp
- Compact LCD Meter
- Real Steel Fenders
- Low Seat Height
Yamaha Bolt Price in Nepal and Availability
Yamaha Bolt is already available in Nepal for either purchase or booking. However, it is in limited numbers (reported to be less than 3) for the entire Nepali market.
As for the pricing, the Yamaha Bolt price in Nepal is Rs. 34.99 Lakhs.
If you compare the price with other Yamaha superbikes, it shares the same price with Yamaha MT-09 and Yamaha TMax 560.
So, why is Yamaha adding these superbikes to its portfolio?
Firstly, there isn’t a market for superbikes in Nepal… yet. Secondly, it is just a limited launch to showcase Yamaha’s iconic legacy.
If you are interested to book one for yourself, please contact the nearest Yamaha Nepal showroom.
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