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Yamaha XSR 300 In Works, Price, Specs, Images & Launch Date In India

Yamaha XSR 300 In Works, Price, Specs, Images & Launch Date In India

According to some reports, Yamaha is now working on a new sports heritage bike, the new Yamaha XSR 300. Yamaha XSR 300 is under the initial development stage according to some sources from the automotive industry. This is now the 2nd small capacity sports heritage motorcycle that Yamaha is currently working on reportedly.

Yamaha XSR 300

There are other speculations of the XSR 250 & XSR 155 to be launched soon. XSR 250 will be targeted for Europe or countries where MT 25 is already sold. While the XSR 155 is targeted for the Asian countries. Yamaha has already made clear that the XSR 155 will hit the market soon. So the launch of XSR 300 could be a real thing.

Yamaha XSR 155

Yamaha XSR 300 will be based on its faired sibling the YZF R3. It will share its engine and major hardware components from the R3. Its design will be similar to its elder sibling the XSR 700 & XSR 900. Here are the Expected Launch date, features, and specifications of the upcoming XSR 300 in India.

Launch of Yamaha XSR 300 In India

The XSR 300 will be launched in India after the launch of Yamaha XSR 155. Yamaha has already confirmed the launch of XSR 155 in India soon. As the XSR 155 is already revealed in Indonesia, it is expected to launch in India before the end of the year 2020. So India based XSR 300 will be launched in early 2021. The Expected Price of Yamaha XSR 300 in India is around 3.6 lakhs INR (Ex-Showroom)

Expected Price RS 3.6 Lakhs INR
Launch In India2021

Key Features And Specs Of Yamaha XSR 300

Here are the expected specifications and features of the upcoming XSR 300.
Note: The Specifications mentioned are inspired by Yamaha MT 03 and R3, it could be different in the upcoming model.

Key Features

  • Powerful Twin-Cylinder Engine
  • Fuel Injected Engine
  • Anti-lock Braking System 2-channel (ABS)
  • Dual-Purpose Tyres
  • Slipper Clutch
  • LED Headlamps
  • LED Taillamps
  • Digital Instrument Cluster
  • Lightweight Chassis
  • Stylish Retro Design
  • VVA

Specifications Of XSR 300

Engine321cc, Liquid-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC, 8-valve
Power 42 PS
Torque30 Nm
Fuel SupplyElectronic Fuel Injection System
Transmission6 Speed Gearbox, Constant Mesh
ChassisDiamond Frame Chassis
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMono shock
Front Brake298 MM Hydraulic Disc
Rear Brake220 Hydraulic Disc
Weight 162 KG
Expected Price (Ex-Showroom Price)Rs 3.6 Lakhs INR

Quick Overview

Design: XSR 300 will be based on its other sibling from the sports heritage lineup. It will borrow its design cues from the bigger XSR 700 and Yamaha XSR 900. It will have retro heritage design like its elder siblings. All the bikes in this lineup have a retro-looking round headlamp and a premium finish single-seat, and the same is expected for XSR 300.

Yamaha XSR 300

The signature tiny round LED taillamps will retain. If possible it may also be equipped with dual-purpose tires like the XSR 155. Overall, each bike from the Yamaha XSR family looks great and appealing and XSR 300 will follow the same.

Engine & Performance: XSR 300 will share its powertrain with its sibling YZF R3 and MT03. It will be equipped with a 321cc parallel-twin, Fuel-injected, Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 8-valves, DOHC Engine. It will have an assist & slipper clutch mechanism.

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The power and torque output will remain the same. The expected maximum power produced by the engine would be 42 PS and the peak torque is expected to be around 29.8 nm. However, the power delivery could be tweaked accordingly.

Suspension & Brakes: It will have a telescopic fork at the front and a mono-shock at the rear. XSR 300 will have a 298mm hydraulic disc at the front wheel and a 220mm hydraulic floating caliper disc at the rear, similar to its other siblings. The dual-channel ABS will ensure safe braking under harsh and panic braking situations.

Othe Features & Dimension

The XSR 300 will weigh around 160KG* and will have a ground clearance of 170MM. The saddle height is expected to be at 810MM as the other bikes in the lineup have the same. The fuel tank on all the XSR models has an almost similar volume, so on XSR 300, it could be in the range of 10.5 to 11 liters.

Yamaha XSR 300

The Headlamp and taillamps units are full-LED setup as the other bikes. It will have a fully digital instrument cluster in round shape. The other XSR’s also have an inbuilt hazard light function so XSR 300 will also have the feature. Yamaha offers a wide range of accessories for the XSR bikes to customize it according to your needs.


Yamaha XSR 300 will face stiff competition in this segment in India. There are already some good 300cc bikes already in the Indian market that are loved by the Indian consumers. Here are some of the best competitors of XSR 300 in India.

India Spec XSR 300

Yamaha could skip some features for India bound XSR 300 to keep costs in check. It will skip the USD forks and will be equipped with conventional telescopic forks. Rest all the components will be similar to the international spec XSR 300. The suspension could be retuned according to the Indian road condition. The engine and all the other parts will be the same as the global variant with all the other features.

Conclusion On Yamaha XSR 300

Yamaha XSR 300 will be a great addition in the Yamaha lineup. As retro look motorcycles have a great demand in the Indian market and Some of the bikes in this segment have already proved that. The newly launched Husqvarna twins had a good initial response and the RE 650 twins have generated good sales numbers, so XSR 300 could take a share in this segment.

If Yamaha prices this competitively it could be a great product for Yamaha in India. So, let’s see if it makes it to the Indian market or not.

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6 thoughts on “Yamaha XSR 300 In Works, Price, Specs, Images & Launch Date In India”

  1. Olle Ström

    Really hope this 300-model will reach Europe also. It would be a nice competitor to KTM 390. made i Austria.

  2. Niraj Mahajan

    It’s already April 2021. Neither 150 is launched & no sights of 300 too 😣.
    There is sucha great market for neo-retro 300cc bikes. Wonder why the delay? 😔

  3. Mark Anthony Barredo

    Please release this XSR 300 CC badly needed

  4. Harekrishna Sharma

    Hope to bring back the look of Yamaha Rd 350 twin cylinder with proportionate wheels

  5. Shaik muzammil

    I am excited this bike I want this bike surely I purchased this bike

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