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  1. Jeff Gordon| 25 Mar, 2015

    In its continued endeavor to bring new excitement to its customers, Yamaha Motor India Sales introduced an all new range of Alpha, Ray and Ray Z scooters for the year 2015.

  2. Jamie McMurray| 01 Feb, 2015

    Continuing with its upward skew of sales growth, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. has registered a growth of 21% in domestic sales during January' 2015 as compared to the corresponding period last year.

  3. Jeff Gordons| 02-01-2015

    The year 2015 was certainly memorable for Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd as the Company witnessed robust growth with the successful launch of its family-oriented scooter.

  4. YAMAHA STRENGTHENS ITS SCOOTER LINE UP WITH THE ALL NEW FASCINO| 07-05-2015

    India Yamaha Motor Pvt. Ltd. (IYM), today announced the launch of its fascinating new scooter 'Fascino' - a new fashionable scooter with the concept "Rich & Classy Modern Retro" design for the Indian Market.

  5. The current world MotoGP Champion rides the YZF-R3 at the Buddh International Circuit| 01-12-2015

    New Delhi, December 1, 2015: Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. etched yet another chapter in the history of motorsports in India by bringing the current and three times World MotoGP Champion Jorge Lorenzo for the second time in India. This visit is part of Yamaha's continued efforts to promote motorsports in India. Lorenzo was welcomed euphorically by Indian biking and motorsport lovers as he rode Yamaha's flagship bike YZF-R3 on the race track at the Buddh International Circuit.

  6. The current world MotoGP Champion rides the YZF-R3 at the Buddh International Circuit| 01-12-2015

    The current world MotoGP Champion rides the YZF-R3 at the Buddh International Circuit.

    New Delhi, December 1, 2015: Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. etched yet another chapter in the history of motorsports in India by bringing the current and three times World MotoGP Champion Jorge Lorenzo for the second time in India. This visit is part of Yamaha's continued efforts to promote motorsports in India. Lorenzo was welcomed euphorically by Indian biking and motorsport lovers as he rode Yamaha's flagship bike YZF-R3 on the race track at the Buddh International Circuit.

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