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I’m thinking of buying it and don’t know much about it. Any MT15 owners can you please give some information about it?
My friend with some bike knowledge are saying waiting for v2 is waste of time. It will take very long time to release and even after it is released it will cost more money.
Can suggest other bike within its price range which you think is better.
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timro jyan ali thulo cha wa height ali thulo cha bhane it’ll be uncomfortable for you ani pillian seat is small so pillion rider halchau bhane it will be uncomfortable.
Power performance wise bike ramro cha.
Tyo price range ma I’ll go for RE
if you want to ride alone most of the time, don’t wish to have a passenger for longer rides, have good height then why not.
yeah it may take a while before these people bring v2 in Nepal.
YES unless u want to climb Himalayas
It’s bit of a all rounder albeit suspension is on a stiffer side. Quite frugal on the fuel too. Halka off road ta majale milcha. I enjoyed it.
Bro xpulse 200v pani consider gara. One of the best deal for the price
I love my MT15. No complaints. Yamaha bikes are built to last. Love them. See Yamaha Bikes Specs and Price 2023 Nepal: https://infoktm.com/auto/yamaha-bikes-price-in-nepal/
5 lakh halisakepachi halka thapera Duke 200 liye huncha
Ya had been waiting on MT-15 V2 since 1.5 years.
Bought NS200 BS7 on launch date. Zero regrets!
MT-15 doesn’t even have a chance, jhan pillion halyo vane ta splendor ho.
owned one since 2019.
seat length will become an issue.
performance wise is great.
lightweight and nimble.
resale is also a hassle.
I’m going abroad so I’m selling my duke 250 2021 model. 3000km matra kudeko cha. DM me if interested
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