Yamaha launches R15 V4 and FZ-X motorcycles in Bangladesh

ACI Motors, the sole distributor and technical partner of Yamaha Motorcycle in Bangladesh, has unveiled the R15 V4 and FZ-X motorcycles in the country.

The new Yamaha motorcycle models were launched in a ceremony at the International Convention City Bashundhara in Dhaka on Saturday.

Along with the sporty new look, the R15 V4, a premium sports-segment motorcycle, offers customers all the latest features, including a quick shifter, traction control system and USD suspension, ACI said. Motors in a press release today.

On the other hand, the FZ-X has become the first in the list of customer favorites with a new retro look, he said.

Also, modern features – LED headlights, taillights, side stands with engine cut-off switch and LCD speedometer – were included in the new models.

The R15 V4 and FZ-X also feature Yamaha’s new addition with the Yamaha Y-connect app, a Bluetooth app that connects bikes to cell phones.

Popular actress Nusrat Faria and singer James performed at the launch ceremony.

Eishin Chihana, Chairman of the Yamaha Motor India Group of Companies; Hidefumi Kawai, Director of Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt Ltd; FH Ansarey, Managing Director of ACI Motors; Subrata Executive Director Ranjan Das and other senior ACI Motors officials were present at the ceremony.

Speaking to the Daily Star, ACI Motors Executive Director Subrata Ranjan Das said the FZ-X will be the premium bike in the touring segment while the R15 V4 is the sport segment.

Many updated electronic and safety features have been added to the bikes which will create excitement among the biker community while keeping them safe, he said.

“Our product line is one of the updated product lines as we always bring the latest models of Yamaha bikes. Besides, we also manufacture part of the bike. We will gradually expand manufacturing in the future,” did he declare.

ACI started its journey in 2007 as a subsidiary of the renowned company ACI Limited. Yamaha has over 93 outlets nationwide.

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