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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: yamaha india
It was the phase between 1990-1995, when Yahama lost to Hero Honda, as v know, Yahama was an expert in 2-stroke engine bikes, as v know 2-stroke engine will yield higher power but NO good mileage, n emit more smoke.
so...GOV OF INDIA phased out all production of 2 stoke engines in the country, so yamaha had to stop the production of Yamaha RX n RD series in INDIA.
N constantly rising fuel prize, utilizing this need form d public Hero Honda's CD 100 hit the market, with 4 stroke engine n heavily improved mileage.
hence Hero honda won the race...
Although Yamaha came up with some 4 stroke models, but those didnt click it for them, but now its again yamaha's time !!
with introuduction of Yamaha R15, FZR , really yamaha is back with a bang !!
thank u so much..!!
plz vote me/ rate me ..thank u!!
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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