Yamaha M-Slaz 150 (MT-15) Launched in Thailand

The Japanese two-wheeler giant, Yamaha, has launched its small engined motorcycle, M-Slaz 150 aka MT-15, at the ongoing 2015 Thailand International Motor Show. The naked street fighter has been priced at 89,500 Thai Baht (Rs. 1.66 lakhs). Cosmetically, the motorcycle is based on the YZF-R15 version 2.0. The sharp design and curves on the body are delineating its strong body profile. Moreover, the M-Slaz features split seats, fenders, sharply designed headlight unit, massive fuel tank and engine cowl.

yamaha m-slaz 150 headlight

The naked motorcycle built on the same deltabox frame and motor that also being used in its faired sibling. It is not featuring with a keyless ignition but shares ignition switch with its MT series- MT-09 and MT-07. It is the only motorcycle in 150cc class, which is featuring a LED headlight and tail light.

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From the technical side, the M-Slaz 150 is powered by the same 149cc motor that also powers the YZF-R15. It uses a 149cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled SOHC motor, which promises for a linear power output. The fuel injection enabled motor will produce 17 PS of power at 8,000 RPM and 15 Nm of torque at 7,500 RPM, motor is coupled with a six-speed transmission.

Yamaha M Slaz Thailand Instrument Cluster

The motorcycle features a standard suspension setup that includes front upside down fork in Golden color and rear mono-shock suspension. Whereas, the braking performance taken care by a front and rear disc brake. It benefits with a 110/70 M/C 54s front and a 130/70-17 M/C 62s rear tyre. Moreover, the other highlights include full LCD instrument console with a LED backlight, 17 inch alloys, rear mounted license plant and blinkers. The motorcycle will be offered in four color options that include silver-green, blue-white, red-black and matte black.