Yamaha YBR 125 Insurance

Yamaha YBR 125 is a bike whose target segment is city riders as bike boost greater mileage and comfortable ride. The bike’s handling gives it an edge over other bikes and also takes your through rush at wind’s speed. The bike boasts of contemporary looks while gear transitions are very smooth enough to cater to city riding.

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Design

The bike presents sleek look much like its predecessors with some changes in the instrument panel. The instrument panel consists of analogue speedometer, fuel gauge and odometer. The face of the bike consists of big tinted visor with an edgy cowl featuring sharp lines makes it really attractive and noticeable. The bike has silver finished alloy wheels while its unique tail light makes it differentiated from its peers. The fuel tank takes a new shape with aerodynamics and cool graphics on it. The bike manufacturer has worked on the storage as it provides under seat storage space and space between meter console and visor.


Power and Performance

The target segment of the bike is daily riders within the city asking more mileage from the bike. The bike lives up to its expectations and provides greater mileage from its peers. The engine of the bike is powered by air cooled 123 cc engine with power output of 11 bhp at 7500 rpm. The gear ratios are ideal for city traffic and transition from one gear to another is very nimble. It is very responsive in city traffic and enough torque at lower rpm’s helps you avoid frequent gear shifts.


Braking and handling

The bike is ideal for city traffic and its gearbox enables a fatigue free ride. It has drum brakes at both the ends. It consists of telescopic front suspension and swing arm suspension at the rear. Integrated braking system helps in city riding and provides grip during hard braking.


What to opt for insurance?

Insurance is mandatory as per legal laws in our country, hence, possessing an insurance policy is compulsory. Moreover, it saves us from risks related to two wheeler driving. There are several types of insurance policies which can be bought by an individual but one must carefully analyse different policies as per key guidelines. One can opt for comprehensive insurance plan which provides compensation in case of damages to own vehicle, third party vehicle and property. One can also include personal accident rider in the policy. The other type of policy available is third party insurance under which insurance company provides compensation for third party vehicle and property damages.

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